Dr Ann Rippin
Ann Rippin's research interests focus on aesthetics, gender and history in Management. She is greatly interested in research methodology, particularly narrative approaches, and the use of aesthetics and popular culture in management research. Recent work has focused on the foundation narratives of major private organisations, and on the application of New Materialist theory to the field of research methodology.
Ann's blog about her research can be found at http://www.annjrippin.wordpress.com
Ann's research area webpage
Fields of interest
Aesthetics, Gender, History in Management
- Brown, LC, Rippin, AJ, Speedy, J & Sakellariadis, AI, 2014, Between the Four. in: Jane Speedy, Jonathan Wyatt (eds) Collaborative Writing as Inquiry. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, pp. 180-188
- Porter, SM, Speedy, J, Sakellariadis, AI, Rippin, AJ, Gallant, MRJ, Gannon, S, Malthouse, ME, Kirkpatrick, D, Percy, M, Wyatt, J & Wyatt, T, 2014, Inquiring Into Red/Red Inquiring. in: Collaborative Writing as Inquiry: Cambridge Scholars . Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 248
- Porter, SM, Speedy, J & Rippin, AJ, 2014, Places Inscribing Bodies: Bodies Circumscribing Identities; Identities Shaping Histories over Time. in: Collaborative Writing as Inquiry., pp. 123
- Gallant, MRJ, Brown, LC, Bell, CJ, Bridges, NE, Gale, K, Hung, Y-L, Rippin, AJ, Sakellariadis, AI & Speedy, J, 2014, Retreating Out of Ourselves: Sharing and Spilling the Lifeblood of Collaborative Writing. in: Jane Speedy, Jonathan Wyatt (eds) Collaborative Writing as Inquiry. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, pp. 13-22
- Porter, SM & Rippin, AJ, 2014, Hood up and Hood Down Writing: Anonymity, Community and Identity. in: Collaborative Writing as Inquiry. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 52 -
- Rippin, AJ, 2013, Putting the Body Shop in its place: A studio-based investigation into the new sites and sights of organization as experience.. Organization Studies, vol 34., pp. 1551-1562
- Rippin, AJ, 2013, The Human Touch versus' Silver-Handedness': the Importance of the Haptic in Organisational Life.. International Journal of Work, Organisation and Emotion.
- Rippin, AJ, Gale, K, Gallant, M, Gannon, S, Kirkpatrick, D, Malthouse, M, Percy, M, Perrier, M, Porter, S, Sakellariadis, A, Speedy, J, Wyatt, J & Wyatt, T, 2013, Inquiring into Red/Red Inquiring. Humanities, vol 2., pp. 253-277
- Rippin, AJ, 2012, Eliza, Anita and me: An art investigation into using portraiture as a research method in organisation studies. Culture and Organization, vol 18., pp. 305-322
- Rippin, AJ & Porter, SM, 2012, Straining the conventional seams: Doll-making as a methodology for exploring the unspeakable - Responses to the Pierre Riviere texts. Emotion, Space and Society, vol 5., pp. 251-259
- Rippin, A, 2011, A visit to the 'Great Ghaytez's palace': A Case Study in using a literary genre to explore the effects of corporate architecture. Journal of Organizational Change Management, vol 24., pp. 720 - 732
- Wicks, PG & Rippin, A, 2010, Art as experience: An inquiry into art and leadership using dolls and doll-making. Leadership, vol 6., pp. 259 - 278
- Phillips, M & Rippin, A, 2010, Striving to uncover a lost heritage: Reclaiming women in management and organisational history. Management & Organizational History, vol 5., pp. 283 - 295
- Phillips, M & Rippin, A, 2010, Howard and the mermaid: abjection and the Starbucks' Foundation memoir. Organization, vol 17., pp. 481 - 499
- Rippin, A, 2009, The illustrated Post Office: a layered account of organisational sexism, brutality and escape. Journal of Organizational Change Management, vol 22, 4., pp. 402 - 420
- Rippin, A, 2007, Stitching up the leader: empirically based reflections on leadership and gender. Journal of Organizational Change Management, vol 20 (2)., pp. 209 - 226
- Rippin, A, 2007, Space, Place and the Colonies: Re-reading the Starbucks' Story. Critical Perspectives on International Business, vol 3., pp. 1742 - 2043
- Rippin, A & Fleming, P, 2007, O Fortuna! Medieval conduct texts, the collapse of Enron and a call for a revolution in management education. Management and Organization History, vol 2., pp. 135 - 150
- Rippin, A, 2007, The Economy of Magnificence: Organization, Excess and Legitimacy. Culture and Organization, vol 13., pp. 115 - 129
- Fleming, P & Rippin, A, 2006, Brute Force: Medieval Foundation Myths and Three Modern Organizations' Quests for Hegemony. Management and Organizational History, vol 1(1)., pp. 51 - 70
- Rippin, A, 2006, "Invitation to the Journey": the Consolations of Organisational Excess. Consumption, Markets and Culture, vol 9 (2)., pp. 137 - 143
- Rippin, A, 2006, Refusing the Therapeutic: Marion Milner and Me. Culture and Organization, vol 12 (1)., pp. 25 - 36
- Rippin, A, 2005, Marks and Spencer - waiting for the warrior: a case examination of the gendered nature of change management. Journal of Organizational Change Management, vol 18 (6)., pp. 578 - 593
- Rippin, A, 2005, Feminist or Feminine? Using Embroidered Textiles in Organisational Research. in: Gender Work and Organization.
- Rippin, A, 2005, The Lady and the Unicorn: The Five Senses of Management and the Transcendence of Excess. in: SCOS.
- Rippin, A, 2005, Brute Force: Medieval Foundation Myths and Three Modern Organisations' Quests for Hegemony. in: Critical Management Studies.
- Rippin, A, 2005, W is for Weaving. in: C Jones, D O'Dogherty (eds) Manifestos for the Business School of Tomorrow. Turku: Dvalin Books
- Rippin, A, 2004, Fingertip Knowledge: a Tactile Approach to Understanding Organisations. in: Standing Conference on Organisational Symbolism.
- Rippin, A, 2004, Waiting for the Warrior: A Marks and Spencer Quilt. in: Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management.
- Rippin, A, 2004, The Subversive Stitch: Using Textiles to Produce Subversive Organisational Knowledge. in: The Art of Management and Organisation.
- Rippin, A, 2004, Showcase Symposium: Management and Organisational History. in: Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management.
- Rippin, A, 2003, 'Textile arts and fancy thoughts'. in: Academy of Management Conference.
- Rippin, A & Morris, H, 2003, 'Virtual learning environments in business and management: A review of some recent developments'. International Journal of Management Education, vol 3., pp. 23 - 30
- Rippin, A, 2003, 'Big, fat phoney: how the massified, modularised system creates incompetence'. BBS Teaching and Research Review, vol 6., pp. 1 - 9
- Rippin, A, 2003, 'The LUV quilt: Herb Kelleher is the new Saint Christopher'. in: Academy of Management Conference.
- Rippin, A, 2003, 'Images of Athena and Hera in Nike's 'Goddess' campaign'. Ephemera, vol 3., pp. 185 - 196
- Rippin, A, 2002, 'Networked learning (textile presentation)'. in: Academy of Management Conference.
- Rippin, A, 2002, 'Stitches showing: exploring international business dilemmas through stich'. in: Art of Management and Organization.
- Rippin, A, Booth, C, Bowie, S & Jordan, J, 2002, A Complex Case: using the case study method to explore uncertainty and ambiguity in undergraduate business education. Teaching in Higher Education, vol 7., pp. 429 - 441
- Rippin, A, 2002, Teamworking. John Wiley/Capstone
- Rippin, A & Coleman, G, 2000, Putting Feminist Theory to Work: Collaborations as a Means towards Organizational Change. Organization, vol 7., pp. 573 - 587
- Rippin, A, Booth, C, Bowie, S & Jordan, J, 2000, The use of case method in large and diverse undergraduate business programmes: problems and issues. International Journal of Management Education, vol 35., pp. 62 - 75
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