Sub-theme 30: Realizing the Potential of Historical Organization Studies

Stewart Clegg, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
Mairi Maclean, University of Bath, United Kingdom
Roy Suddaby, University of Victoria, Canada
Session I: Thursday, July 04, 11:00 to 12:30
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Parallel Stream A: Theory 1 - Room: UEBS - LT 1A
Chair: Roy Suddaby
Gabrielle Durepos and Russ Vince
Toward (an) historical reflexivity: Potential and practice
François Bastien, William M. Foster and Diego M. Coraiola
Historicizing strategy: Exploring differences in three Indigenous communities across Canada
Parallel Stream B: Theory 2 - Room: UEBS - Auditorium
Chair: Mairi Maclean
Alistair Mutch
Historical explorations of practices
Richard J. Badham, Todd Bridgman and Stephen Cummings
The organisation-as-iceberg metaphor: A strong defence for historical re-surfacing
Session II: Thursday, July 04, 14:00 to 15:30
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Parallel Stream A: Institutional Entrepreneurship - Room: UEBS - LT 1A
Chair: Stewart Clegg
Parisa I. Baig and Andrew Godley
A new perspective on the paradox of embedded agency: Legitimacy and its acquisition in institutional entrepreneurship
Micki Eisenman and Tal Simons
A rising tide lifts all boats: The origins of institutionalized aesthetic innovation
Mairi Maclean, Charles Harvey and Roy Suddaby
Entrepreneurial agency and institutional change in the co-creation of the global hotel industry
Parallel Stream B: Rhetorical History 1 - Room: UEBS - Auditorium
Chair: Roy Suddaby
Henrik Koll and Kim Esmark
Rhetorical history as practical coping: Investigating middle managers’ use of history in the context of organizational transformation
Eugene Choi, Ikujiro Nonaka and R. Daniel Wadhwani
Selfless quest for corporate-level oneness: Application of rhetorical history as an essential organizational praxis of wise leadership
Çetin Önder, Meltem Özge Özcanli and Sükrü Özen
When competitors are co-narrators: Contested rhetorical organizational history
Session III: Friday, July 05, 09:00 to 10:30
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Parallel Stream A: Institutions - Room: UEBS - LT 1A
Chair: Charles Harvey
Pamela A. Popielarz
Organizational legacy and normativity in organizations
Natalia Korchagina
Disrupting oppressive institutions through memory: Interstitial events as catalysts of the official commemoration of alternative memories
Grégoire Croidieu, Birthe Soppe and Walter W. Powell
How contestation buttresses legitimacy: A historical analysis of the 1855 Bordeaux wine classification
Parallel Stream B: Rhetorical History 2 - Room: UEBS - Auditorium
Chair: Bill Foster
Franziska Hein-Pensel and Simon Oertel
Organizational identity crafting in new ventures: The role of rhetorical history
Stefanie Ruel, Linda Dyer and Albert Mills
Gendered rhetorical histories and antenarratives: The women of the Canadian Alouette I and II satellites
John G.L. Millar
Rhetorical history and the competitive advantage of the Edinburgh fund management cluster
Session IV: Friday, July 05, 11:00 to 12:30
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Parallel Stream A: Sources and Methods - Room: UEBS - LT 1A
Chair: Charles Harvey
Adam J. Nix and Stephanie Decker
Between sources and stuff: Using digital historical sources
Guy Huber, Andrea Bernardi and Ioanna Iordanou
Critical discourse analysis: At the intersection of sociology and historiography
Andrew Smith, Wim van Lent and Ian Jones
Corporate archives, history as sensemaking, and strategic decision-making at a multinational bank
Parallel Stream B: Applied Theory - Room: UEBS - Auditorium
Chair: Mairi Maclean
Thomas Davis
Remembering Liverpool in a twice entrepreneurial space
Garance Marechal and Stephen Linstead
Kitchen magic! Early media chefs’ reconfiguration of the field of cooking
Sonia Coman and Andrea Casey
The enduring presence of the founder: A historical and interdisciplinary perspective on the organizational identity of collection museums
Session V: Friday, July 05, 14:00 to 15:30
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Parallel Stream A: Politics and Parliaments - Room: UEBS - LT 1A
Chair: Diego Coraiola
Sabina Keston-Siebert
'The Churchill effect': Parliaments and their history
Sarah Robinson and Ron Kerr
‘Remember Mackintosh!’ Structural and historical homology in the design of the Scottish parliament building
Priscila Almeida and Eduardo Davel
Connecting cultural history to organizational studies: Contributions from the political festivity of Dois de Julho in Salvador (Bahia, Brazil)
Parallel Stream B: Memory - Room: UEBS - Auditorium
Chair: Gabrielle Durepos
Federica Pazzaglia, Matthew Lyle, Karan Sonpar and Ian J. Walsh
Role Repair by Regulatory Authorities in Wake of Perceived Role Violations: The Public Inquiry on the Banking Crisis in Ireland
Michel W. Lander, Thomas Roulet, Marc van Essen and Pursey P.M.A.R. Heugens
Tainting memories: The impact of stigmatization and institutional legacies on the founding of Scotch Whisky distilleries, 1680–1914
Rohny Saylors
Using microstoria to study (re)membering in the context of (dis)enchantment: Empirical insights from the history of Sears and Walmart
Session VI: Saturday, July 06, 09:00 to 10:30
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Parallel Stream A: Processes and Boundaries - Room: UEBS - LT 1A
Chair: Anna Soulsby
Liv Egholm
Drawing the boundaries of the needy. Boundary objects and translation practices
Audrey-Anne Cyr
Deep rootedness: Constitution of relationships and social capital in Family firms
Vittoria Magrelli, Josip Kotlar, Alfredo De Massis and Emanuela Rondi
Wave after wave: the rhythm-making model of generational intermediation
Parallel Stream B: Entrepreneurship - Room: UEBS - Auditorium
Chair: Charles Harvey
Nicholas D. Wong and Tom McGovern
Entrepreneurial history and firm growth: A case study of Rushworths Music House
Roy Suddaby, Trevor Israelsen, J. Robert Mitchell and Dominic Lim
Collective temporal emotions and stakeholder enrollment: How entrepreneurs use rhetorical history in resource acquisition
Ken Sakai
Confluence of histories in institutional change: A case study on the management of surgical needles in Japanese hospitals
Session VII: Saturday, July 06, 11:00 to 12:30
Business and Public Sector Interface
 A: Business and Public Sector Interface - Room: UEBS - Auditorium
Chair: Stewart Clegg
Pilar Acosta and Julio Zuluaga
Rethinking the role of businesses in the provision of public goods: A historical perspective
Christiane Chihadeh
Critical grounded theory and an imagined history: Thatcherism, privatisation and the creation of energy markets
Anna Soulsby
Studying the processes of managerial legitimacy and the control of former state-owned enterprises in post-communist societies: A longitudinal study
 B: Religion - Room: UEBS - LT 1A
Chair: Alistair Mutch
Lauri Laine and Ewald Kibler
Nested interpretative schemes, allegory and the organizational structuring of an Eastern Orthodox monastery 1781-1917
Jose Bento da Silva and Paolo Quattrone
Inscribing ambiguity into procedural logics: Insights from the diffusion of the Jesuit Spiritual Exercises (1522–1992)