“It was an extremely long path”: An insider view into Arab women’s leadership,Gender, space and identity: Male cabin crew and service work,Intersectionality, identity and identity work: shared tenets and future research agendas for gender and identity studies,Sites of intersectional identity salience,Transformative and emancipatory potential of intersectionality research: Making a case for methodological pluralism
In May 2012, the Gender in Management and Identity Special Interest Groups (SiGs) of the British Academy of Management (BAM) organized a joint research seminar entitled ‘Exploring the Intersectionality of Gender and Identity’. This third annual joint SIG research seminar aimed to explore intersecting interests and theoretical positions and to identify current debates and common themes connecting the two fields of interest. Gender in management researchers have only recently come to intersectionality, progressing explorations into the interdependence of gender with other identity dimensions.
The papers in this ebook advance gender in management and identity research into intersectional perspectives, whilst revealing the challenges of researching intersectionality. The ebook is important in that it: offers research into different multiple intersections; highlights the similarities and differences of intersectionality and identity research; provides an architecture for researchers to explore intersectionality; and introduces the critiques of approaches to intersectional research. Significantly, the ebook highlights future research avenues for gender in management and identity researchers. The ebook also highlights the numerous issues to consider when doing intersectionality research.