Thank you for the interest you have shown in the "Subaltern Storytelling
Seminar" which will take place in University College
Cork, Ireland on 28-29 June 2002. Detaild have now been finalized. Details
and registration can be found on
Here is the final list of speakers:
Linda Ballard (Ulster Museum) on "Plotting the Tale, Meaning and
Communication in Traditional Narrative"
Yehuda Baruch (School of Management, University of East Anglia) on "Once
upon a Time there was an Organization... Organizational Stories as an
Gibson Burrell (Warwick Business School) on "Subalterns and the Stage:
'Rosencrantz and Guildernstern are Dead' versus 'Hamlet'"
Peter Case (Oxford-Brooks University) on " Blindness and Sight, Ignorance
and Understanding: An Ancient Buddhist Fable Speaks to Contemporary Issues
in Organisational Studies"
Barbara Czarniawska (Goteborg University) on "Humiliation: A Standard
Yiannis Gabriel (School of Management, Imperial College) on " Telling Tales
- Truths and Untruths in Storytelling".
Sebastian Green (Dept. of Management & Marketing, University College Cork)
on "Organizational Constellations: A Separate Reality"
Heather Hopfl (University of Northumbria at Newcastle) on "Corrupting
Practices: Stories of the Organisation and the Mouth of Hell."
Steve Linstead (Dept. of Accounting, Finance and Management, University of
Essex) on "Masks of Subversion: Telling Stories of Storytelling"
Gearoid O Crualaoich (Dept. of Folklore and Ethnology, University College
Cork) on "Vernacular Narrative Tradition as Resource for Conflict/Trauma
Resolution: The Case of the Irish 'Wise Woman' Legend"
Majella O'Leary, Donncha Kavanagh and Diarmuid O Giollain (University
College Cork) review paper on "Stories of the Subaltern in Organizations and
Bo Nilsson (the Nordic Museum, Stockholm) on "Between Agency and Discourse
in Subaltern Life History Narratives. The Swedish Case."
David Sims (School of Business and Management, Brunel University) on
"Between the millstones: who cares about the subaltern's storying?"
I look forward to meeting you in Cork.
Department of Management and Marketing,
University College Cork,