Book Chapters

2020

  • ‘Epistolary Lives: fragments, sensibility, assemblages in auto/biographical research’, in The Palgrave Handbook of Auto/Biography, edited by Anne Chapell and Julie M. Parsons, Basingstoke: Palgrave, 157-164.
  • ‘Women Workers’ Education’, in Fitzgerald Tanya (eds) Handbook of Historical Studies in Education. Springer International Handbooks of Education. Singapore: Springer, 813-829.
  • ‘History and Ethnography: interfaces and juxtapositions.’ In Michael R.M. Ward and Sara Delamont (Eds). Handbook of Qualitative Research in Education. 2nd Edition. Northampton (MA) and Cheltenham (UK): Edward Elgar, 27-34.

2019

2018

2016

2015

2014

  • The female self as punctum: Fannia Cohn’s archival technologies of the self. British Sociological Association: Auto/biography Yearbook. Vol. VII, 99-113.

2013

  • ‘Good night and good-bye: temporal and spatial rhythms in piecing together Emma Goldman’s auto/biographical fragments’. British Sociological Association, Auto/biography Yearbook. Vol. VI, 17-31.
  • A Foucauldian Approach to narratives. In M. Andrews, C. Squire and M. Tamboukou (Eds.) Doing Narrative Research.London: Sage, 88-107. (first edition 2008)
  • ‘What is narrative research? In M. Andrews, C. Squire and M. Tamboukou (Eds.) Doing Narrative Research. London: Sage, 1-26. (first edition 2008) (with Squire C., Andrews, M)
  • ‘Becoming an Artist: Life Histories and Visual Images’. In Matthew Partington and Linda Sandino, (Eds.) Oral History in the Visual Arts. London: Bloomsbury, 171-179. ( with Gali Weiss)

 

2012

 

2010

  • ‘Introduction’. In Hyvärinen, M., Hydén, L.C., Saarenheimo, M., Tamboukou, M. (eds) Beyond Narrative Coherence, Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing, pp.1-15. (with Hyvärinen, M., Hydén, L.C., Saarenheimo)
  • ‘Broken Narratives,Visual Forces: Letters, Paintings and the Event’. In Hyvärinen, M., Hydén, L.C., Saarenheimo, M., Tamboukou, M. (eds) Beyond Narrative Coherence, Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing, pp.67-86.

 

2008

 

2004

 

2003

  • ‘Stories of narrative research’. In Gubrium et al. Qualitative Research Practice, London: Sage. (with Molly Andrews, Shelley Sclater-Day ,Corinne Squire)
  • Genealogy and Ethnography: finding the rhythm’. In Tamboukou, M., and Ball, S.J., (eds) Dangerous encounters: genealogy and ethnography, New York: Peter Lang, 195-216.
  • ‘Genealogy and ethnography: fruitful encounters or dangerous liaisons?’ In Tamboukou, M., and Ball, S.J., (eds) Dangerous encounters: genealogy and ethnography, New York: Peter Lang, 1-36. (with Stephen J. Ball)