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date: 09 April 2020

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This article draws on new historicism and Foucault’s notion of discourse as a way of framing our review of feminist organizational analysis over time. In seeking to provide something of a historical account, we are aware of the need to take a reflective and transparent approach to history and the past in order to avoid the pitfalls of the ahistorical and unreflective accounts that dominate much of the extant literature of management and organization studies. Our aim is to show how different discursive contexts and positions have created a rich array of feminist contributions, whose paradigmatic differences may have served to obfuscate rather than enlighten a way forward for feminist organizational analysis. To that end, our conclusions centre on discussions on paradigmatic interplay as a way forward for feminist research.

Keywords: Feminist organizational analysis, discourse, history, paradigmatic interplay

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