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Critical management education: Selected auto-ethnographic vignettes on how attachment to identity may disrupt learning (2021)
Journal Article
Knights, D., Huber, G., & Longman, R. (in press). Critical management education: Selected auto-ethnographic vignettes on how attachment to identity may disrupt learning. Management Learning, https://doi.org/10.1177/13505076211049868

In this essay, we explore the underlying processes of identity work in teaching from a critical management education (CME) perspective. Identity is a concern for both teachers and students and especially where the assumptions and routines on which it... Read More about Critical management education: Selected auto-ethnographic vignettes on how attachment to identity may disrupt learning.

A pedagogy for critical management studies (2021)
Presentation / Conference
Knights, D., Huber, G., & Longman, R. (2021, July). A pedagogy for critical management studies. Paper presented at 81st Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Philadelphia [online]

In this essay, we explore the underlying processes of identity work in teaching from a critical management studies (CMS) and critical management education (CME) perspective. Identity is a concern for both teachers and students and especially where it... Read More about A pedagogy for critical management studies.

Organizationality and alterity: Critical reflections on “Teal organizing” in an online community of practice (2021)
Presentation / Conference
Longman, R. (2021, July). Organizationality and alterity: Critical reflections on “Teal organizing” in an online community of practice. Paper presented at 37th EGOS Colloquium – Organizing for an Inclusive Society: Meanings, Motivations & Mechanisms, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam

This paper develops an understanding of organization outside formal organizations by exploring the interplay between identity and alterity. Based on a netnography of an online community of practice (#AlteritOrg – a pseudonym), I reveal four qualitati... Read More about Organizationality and alterity: Critical reflections on “Teal organizing” in an online community of practice.

Organizing for alterity: A netnography of #AlteritOrg (2020)
Thesis
Longman, R. Organizing for alterity: A netnography of #AlteritOrg. (Thesis). Oxford Brookes University. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/6854604

This is a thesis about “organizing for alterity” which it conceptualises as organizing with a difference—that is, in terms of how we go about organizing and what the outcomes of organizing might be. The thesis presents a critical analysis of #Alterit... Read More about Organizing for alterity: A netnography of #AlteritOrg.

Plagued by organization?: Covid-19, Camus, and collective possibilities (2020)
Presentation / Conference
Longman, R., & Clarke, C. (2020, May). Plagued by organization?: Covid-19, Camus, and collective possibilities. Paper presented at 15th Organization Studies Summer Workshop on “Organizing Sustainably: Actors, Institutions, and Practices”, Chania, Crete (online)

'Hope-full purpose': Time, oblivion, and the strange attractors of Pandora's box (2019)
Book Chapter
Longman, R. (2019). 'Hope-full purpose': Time, oblivion, and the strange attractors of Pandora's box. In D. Ericsson, & M. Kostera (Eds.), Organizing Hope: Narratives for a Better Future (85-95). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. https://doi.org/10.4337/9781788979443.00016

Hope lacks an obvious conceptual clarity. Yet, as a defining feature of utopian thought, it suggests a potential for new social relations (Levitas, 2010). To explore such potentiality, this chapter conceptualises “hope-full purpose”—a construction th... Read More about 'Hope-full purpose': Time, oblivion, and the strange attractors of Pandora's box.