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Category Archives: Mikael H

At a conference


On October 20-21, we participated at the annual conference for business studies in Sweden, FEKIS, at Uppsala University. During the day, our project was one out of three examples of scholars in business studies researching societies; a session built on the idea of research challenging the predominant focus on formal organizations. Besides Organizing rocks, there were Caroline Wigren’s study of Gnosjö and Mikael Holmqvist’s study of Djursholm. Our project, however, […]

In and out of ethnography


In a guest post from December 1, Mikael Holmqvist asks whether Organizing rocks is a study in or of ethnography. Below is our pondering to Mikaels inquiry. Hopefully it will fuel and further a conversation on ethnography (and that all feel invited to!). The project is about power relations and labour processes in the mining industry so it is an ethnography in. But as Mikael points out, if that’s the case […]

Is this a study in or of ethnography?


Meet Mikael Holmqvist, an invited academic guest blogger. Organizing Rocks offers a beautiful and interesting website, full of notes and pictures. You get glimpses from Johan and Tommy’s visits and reflections that are really fascinating. In my view, I’d like to see more about the research project as such; its aims goals and potentials, that would clearly provide a helpful context for the observations, notes, videos etc. That could, of […]