Professor Martin Parker

  • BS8 1SD

19962020

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Research interests

My research and writing is an attempt to widen the scope of what is usually part of business and management studies, whether in terms of particular sorts of organisations (the circus, the worker co-op, Apollo space programme etc), or ways of representing organising (in art, cartoons, films etc). There's a full publication list here - https://sites.google.com/site/martinparker1962/Home

My recent writing has been about ‘alternative’ organisation in two senses. One is work on co-operatives, worker self-management, alternative finance and so on. The other is on different ways of thinking about what ‘organisation’ means, so I have written about angels, shipping containers, art galleries, as well as a book on outlaws. My last book was called 'Anarchism, Organization and Management', and the previous one was 'Shut Down the Business School'. I am the lead for the Bristol Inclusive Economy Initiative.

I am also very interested in how academics write, and how they might cultivate new audiences for their ideas, and I write journalism as regularly as I can.

My plans for the next few years include pieces on weeds and disorganization, comic book villains and the history of journals.

PhD Supervision

I am available for PhD supervision in social and alternative economy, culture and organization, and the politics and ethics of organizing.

Structured keywords and research groupings

  • Perspectives on Work

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Research Output

Anarchism, Organization and Management: Critical Perspectives for Students

Parker, M., Stoborod, K. & Swann, T., 4 Mar 2020, 1st ed. Routledge. 250 p.

Research output: Book/ReportEdited book

Practices of freedom and the disruption of binary genders: thinking with transsexuals

Moulin De Souza, E. & Parker, M. G., 9 Jul 2020, In : Organization. 16 p.

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    The Genealogy of the Zoo: Collection, Park and Carnival

    Parker, M., 13 Mar 2020, In : Organization.

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