Rowlinson, Michael2; Casey, Andrea3; Hansen, Per H.1; Mills, Albert J.4
1 Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy, Copenhagen Business School2 Queen Mary University of London3 George Washington University4 Saint Mary’s University
Organizations remember through narratives and storytelling. The articles in this Special Issue explore the interface between organization studies, memory studies, and historiography. They focus on the practices for organizational remembering. Taken together, the articles explore the similarities and differences between ethnographic and historical methods for studying memory in organizations, which represents a contribution to the historic turn in organization studies.