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Dvora Yanow Visiting Professor Faculty of Social Sciences, Communication, Philosophy, and Technology Department Wageningen University THE NETHERLANDS tel +31 (0)6 4674 1479 (cell) Dvora.Yanow@wur.nl http://wu.academia.edu/DvoraYanow

Research and teaching interests Ways of knowing and doing: methods and meaning (interpretive philosophies and methodologies/methods); organizational and political/policy ethnography; metaphor, category, framing, and built space analyses; collective organizational learning and practice studies Interpretive policy analysis: public policy meanings and social change; policy implementation; research regulatory policies Race-ethnicity, nationality, and immigration: state creation and use of race-ethnic and nationality categories; immigrant integration policies and practices; science and racial differences Awards, grants, honors, and appointments Cora Maas Award, for the best evaluated course at the ECPR Summer School in Methods and Techniques (2012), for Issues in Political, Policy, and Organizational Ethnography Herbert Simon Book Award, American Political Science Association, Public Administration Section (2007); and First Best Book award, American Society for Public Administration, Section on Public Administration Research (2004); both for Constructing American race and ethnicity: Category-making in public policy and administration (Armonk, NY: ME Sharpe, 2003). Breaking the Frame award (1994), Journal of Management Inquiry, for best contribution in its first two years of publication; and Selected as one of five articles for reprinting in JMIs 20th anniversary issue (2011); both for Culture and Organizational Learning (with Scott Cook; JMI 2:4, December 1993). National Science Foundation, Division of Social and Economic Sciences (SBE/SES) Section, Grant No. SES-0911725 ($43,707) to design and lead the Workshop on Interpretive Methodologies and Methods, 1-2 September 2009 (with Peregrine Schwartz-Shea; nominal PI due to my overseas institutional affiliation). 2013 High Table speaker designee, Center for Public Administration and Policy (CPAP), Virginia Tech (April 5-6). Monroe-Paine Distinguished Lecturer in Public Affairs (2012), Harry S. Truman School of Public Affairs, University of Missouri, Columbia (November 7-9). Visiting International Fellow, Advanced Institute of Management (UK; appointed 2010). Strategic Chair in Meaning and Method, Faculty of Social Sciences, VU University Amsterdam (20052010). Founding co-director/editor, Routledge Series on Interpretive Methods (with Peregrine Schwartz-Shea; 2009 ). Founding Co-Chair, Interpretive Methodologies and Methods Conference Group (2008) and Conference Group on Theory, Policy, and Society (1998), both at APSA Secretary, Executive Council, American Political Science Association (elected, 2005-2006) Fellow, 1994 Erasmus Ascension Symposium on The limits of pluralism, Stichting Praemium Erasmianum (Amsterdam; May 11-14). Named Fulbright Senior Lecturer/Researcher in Spain, 1994-1995 (declined).

Education Ph.D. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1982) Degree: Planning, Policy, and Organizational Studies (Department of Urban Studies and Planning) Ed.M. Harvard Graduate School of Education (1976) Field: Administration, Planning, and Social Policy B.A. Brandeis University (1971) Field: Politics (1969-1970 Hebrew University, Israel) Academic appointments Visiting Professsor, 2011 Visiting Professor, May, November 2011 Visiting Professor, January, November 2011 June-July 2007 Visiting Professor, 2010 Strategic Chair in Meaning and Method, 2005 - 2010 (term chair) Visiting Professor, Fall 2008 Visiting Professor, Spring 2008 Senior member (elected 2006) Senior member (elected 2006) Professor, 1997-2008 (LOA 2005-08) (Chair, Winter 2000 - Summer 2003) Associate, 1992-1997; Assistant, 1990-1992; Lecturer, 1988-90 Visiting Scholar, 2003-2004 Visiting Professor, May 19-21, 2002 Visiting Professor, September 30-October 4, 1996 Visiting Scholar, 1994-1995 Visiting Professor, Spring 1994 Lecturer, 1985-86 Lecturer, February 1984 - June 1985

Social Sciences, Wageningen University Chair-group in Organization and Management, Zurich University Institute for Advanced Studies, Vienna Social Sciences, University of Amsterdam Faculty of Social Sciences, VU University Amsterdam Institut dEtudes Politiques, University of Strasbourg Institute for Political Studies, University of Vienna Amsterdam School for Social Research Netherlands Institute of Government Department of Public Affairs and Administration, California State University, East Bay (formerly CSU Hayward) Center for the Study of Law and Society, University of California, Berkeley Department of Public Administration, North East University (Shenyang, China) Department of Public Administration, Goteborg University (Sweden) Stanford Law School Department of Public Administration, Leiden University (The Netherlands) College of Business Administration, Northeastern University Programs in Administration, Planning, and Social Policy, Harvard Graduate School of Education Community Organization/Social Planning Department, Graduate School of Social Work, Boston College

Adjunct Assistant Professor, 1982 - 1983

Books How does a policy mean? Interpreting policy and organizational actions. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 1996. Conducting interpretive policy analysis. Newbury Park, CA: Sage, 2000. Constructing American race and ethnicity: Category-making in public policy and administration. Armonk, NY: M E Sharpe, 2003. Interpretive research design: Concepts and processes. New York: Routledge, 2012 (with Peregrine Schwartz-Shea).

Knowing in organizations: A practice-based approach. Armonk, NY: M E Sharpe, 2003 (co-edited with Davide Nicolini and Silvia Gherardi). Interpretation and method: Empirical research methods and the interpretive turn. Armonk, NY: M E Sharpe, 2006 (co-edited with Peregrine Schwartz-Shea); 2nd edtn. in press. Organizational ethnography: Studying the complexities of everyday life. London: Sage, 2009 (co-edited with Sierk Ybema, Harry Wels, Frans Kamsteeg). Organizational spaces: Rematerializing the workaday world. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2010 (co-edited with Alfons van Marrewijk). Organizational culture, 2 volumes. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2011 (co-edited with Sierk Ybema and Ida Sabelis).

Book series and edited special issues Founding co-director/editor, Routledge Series on Interpretive Methods (with Peregrine Schwartz-Shea; 2009 ). Symposium on Nancy C. Morey and Fred Luthans, Anthropology: The Forgotten Behavioral Science in Management History (reprinted from Academy of Management Proceedings, 1987). Journal of Organizational Ethnography 2:1 (forthcoming April 2013). Linguistic approaches to analysing policies and the political. Journal of International Relations and Development (forthcoming April 2013; co-edited with Alan Cienki). Re-turn to practice. Organization Studies 30/12 (2009): 1309-1493 (co-edited with Reijo Miettinen and Dalvir Samra-Fredericks). Public administration in translation: Non-Western and other administrative practices. Administrative Theory & Praxis 27 (2005), 81 ff. Policy interpretations. Policy Sciences 28 (1995), 111 ff. Journal articles and book chapters In Interpretive policy analysis and comparative research. In Isabelle Engeli and press Christine Rothmayr, eds., Comparative policy studies: Conceptual and methodological challenges, chapter 7. Palgrave (Spring 2013). Methodological ways of seeing and knowing. In Emma Bell, Samantha Warren, and Jonathan Schroeder, eds., The Routledge Companion to Visual Organization, Part 3, chapter 11 (Summer 2013). 2012 People out of place: Allochthony and autochthony in Netherlands identity discoursemetaphors and categories in action. Journal of International Relations and Development, special issue: Linguistic approaches to analysing policies and the political, eds. Alan Cienki and Dvora Yanow (accepted November 2010; advance online publication 29 June 2012, doi:10.1057/jird.2012.13; with Marleen van der Haar; forthcoming Spring 2013, v. 16, n. 2). Practicing organizational ethnography. In Catherine Cassell and Gillian Symon, eds., The practice of qualitative organizational research: Core methods and current challenges. London: Sage, 331-50 (with Sierk Ybema and Merlijn van Hulst). A hitchhiker's guide to the public administration research universe: Surviving conversations on methodologies and methods. Public Administration Review 72/3: 401-8 (with Markus Haverland). 2011 Allochtoon als metafoor en categorie. Over de handelingsimplicaties van beleidstaal [Allochtoon as metaphor and category: On the action implications of policy language]. Beleid en Maatschappij 38/2: 160-78 (with Marleen van der Haar).

Studying culture and symbolism in organizations. In Sierk Ybema, Dvora Yanow, and Ida Sabelis, eds., Organizational culture. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, xixxxii (with Sierk Ybema). The political/process promise of policy framing, transl. Ksenia Tkacheva, ed. Victor Vakhshtayn. Sociologicheskoe obozrenie/ [Sociological Review]) 10 (1-2), 87113 (with Merlijn van Hulst). 2010 Hoe overleef ik discussies over bestuurskundig onderzoek? [How do I survive discussions about public administration research?] Bestuurskunde 4, 87-95 (with Markus Haverland). Giving voice to space: Academic practices and the material world. In Alfons van Marrewijk and Dvora Yanow, eds., Organizational spaces: Rematerializing the workaday world. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 139-58. 2009 Re-turn to practice: An introductory essay. Organization Studies 30/12, 1309-27 (with Reijo Miettinen and Dalvir Samra-Fredericks). Ways of knowing: Passionate humility and reflective practice in research and management. Invited essay, American Review of Public Administration 39/6, 579601. Dear author, dear reader: The third hermeneutic in writing and reviewing ethnography. In Edward Schatz, ed., Political ethnography: What immersion brings to the study of power, 275-302. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. What is reflection-in-action? A phenomenological account. Journal of Management Studies 46/8, 1339-64 (with Haridimos Tsoukas). Organizational ethnography and methodological angst: Myths and challenges in the field. Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management 4/2, 186-99. Interpretive research: Characteristics and criteria. In Martine Hlady Rispal and Marie Jos Avenier, eds., La qute dun point de vue fond: Interprtations et mthodes qualitatives [The search for a grounded point of view: Interpretation and qualitative methods]. Revue Internationale de Psychosociologie 15/35 (Summer), 31-38. Paris: Editions ESKA (with Peregrine Schwartz-Shea). Interpretive ways of knowing in the study of politics. In Susanne Pickel, Gert Pickel, Hans-Joachim Lauth, Detlef Jahn, eds., Methoden der vergleichenden Politik- und Sozialwissenschaft: Neue Entwicklungen und Anwendungen [Methods of comparative political and social science: New developments and applications], 42940. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag fr Sozialwissenschaften. Reading and writing as method: In search of trustworthy texts. In Sierk Ybema, Dvora Yanow, Harry Wels, Frans Kamsteeg, eds., Organizational ethnography: Studying the complexities of everyday life, 56-82. London: Sage, 2009 (with Peregrine Schwartz-Shea). Interpretivism in organizational research: On elephants and blind researchers. In David Buchanan and Alan Bryman, eds., Handbook of organizational research methods, chapter 3. London: Sage, 2009 (with Sierk Ybema). 2008 Reforming Institutional Review Board policy: Issues in implementation and field

research. PS: Political Science & Politics 40/1, 483-94 (with Peregrine SchwartzShea). Cognition meets action: Metaphors as models of and models for. In Terrell Carver and Jernej Pikalo, eds., Political language and metaphor, 225-238. London: Routledge. Methodology by metaphor: Ways of seeing in painting and research. Organization Studies 29, 23-44 (with Mary Jo Hatch). 2007 Interpretation in policy analysis: On methods and practice. Critical Policy Analysis 1, 109-121. Qualitative-interpretive methods in policy research. In Frank Fischer, Gerald J. Miller, and Mara S. Sidney, eds., Handbook of public policy analysis, 405-15. NY: Taylor & Francis. 2006 Thinking interpretively: Philosophical presuppositions and the human sciences. In Dvora Yanow and Peregrine Schwartz-Shea, eds., Interpretation and method: Empirical research methods and the interpretive turn, 5-26. Armonk, NY: M E Sharpe. Neither rigorous nor objective? Interrogating criteria for knowledge claims in interpretive science. In Dvora Yanow and Peregrine Schwartz-Shea, eds., Interpretation and method: Empirical research methods and the interpretive turn, 6788. Armonk, NY: M E Sharpe. How built spaces mean: A semiotics of space. In Dvora Yanow and Peregrine Schwartz-Shea, eds., Interpretation and method: Empirical research methods and the interpretive turn, 349-66. Armonk, NY: M E Sharpe. Doing social science in a humanistic manner. In Dvora Yanow and Peregrine Schwartz-Shea, eds., Interpretation and method: Empirical research methods and the interpretive turn, 380-94. Armonk, NY: M E Sharpe (with Peregrine SchwartzShea). Studying physical artifacts: An interpretive approach. In Anat Rafaeli and Michael Pratt, eds., Artifacts and organizations, 41-60. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. 2005 In the house of science, there are many rooms: Perestroika and the science studies turn. In Kristen Renwick Monroe, ed., Perestroika! The raucous rebellion in political science, 200-17. New Haven: Yale University Press. Jewish administrative practice and a philosophy of public administration. Administrative Theory & Praxis 27, 134-158. 2004 Translating local knowledge at organizational peripheries. British Journal of Management 15, Special Issue, S15-S25 (March). Accessing local knowledge: Policy analysis and communities of meaning. In Maarten A. Hajer and Hendrik Wagenaar, eds., Deliberative policy analysis, 228-46. NY: Cambridge University Press. Organizational studies as an interpretive science. In Christian Knudsen and Haridimos Tsoukas, eds., The Oxford handbook of organization theory: Meta-

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theoretical perspectives, 63-87. NY: Oxford University Press (with Mary Jo Hatch). 2002 Reading methods texts: How research methods texts construct political science. Political Research Quarterly 55, 457-486 (with Peregrine Schwartz-Shea). Passionate humility: Toward a philosophy of ethical will. In Jong S. Jun, ed., Rethinking administrative theory, 131-40. Westport, CT: Praeger (with Hugh Willmott). 2000 Seeing organizational learning: A cultural view. Organization 7, 247-268. Reprinted in Davide Nicolini, Silvia Gherardi, Dvora Yanow, eds., Knowing in organizations: A practice-based approach, 32-52. Armonk, NY: M E Sharpe, 2003. Public policies as identity stories: American race-ethnic discourse. In Tineke Abma, ed., Telling tales: On narrative and evaluation, 29-52. Stamford, CT: JAI Press. Considering passionate humility. Administrative Theory & Praxis 21, 440-454 (with Hugh Willmott). From what edah are you? Israeli and American meanings of race/ethnicity in social policy practices. Israel Affairs 5/2-3, 183-199. Reprinted in David Levi-Faur, Gabriel Sheffer, and David Vogel, eds. Israel: The dynamics of change and continuity. London: Frank Cass, 1999. Can you see an organization learn? Comportamento Organizacional e Gestao 5/2, 55-67. Etnogenesis americana, decisiones politicas y actos administrativos. In Davydd J. Greenwood and Carol J. Greenhouse, eds., Democracia y diferencia: Cultura, poder y representacin en los Estados Unidos y en Espaa. Madrid: UNED Press, 177214. The language of organisational learning: A palimpsest of terms. In M. EasterbySmith, L. Araujo, and J. Burgoyne, eds., Organizational learning, 1075-1086. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference, Lancaster University (6-8 June), vol. 2. 1998 American ethnogenesis and the 1990 Census. In Carol J. Greenhouse, ed., Democracy and ethnography, 105-23. Albany: SUNY Press. Space stories; Or, Studying museum buildings as organizational spaces, while reflecting on interpretive methods and their narration. Journal of Management Inquiry 7, 215-239. 1997 Passionate humility in interpretive policy and administrative analysis. Administrative Theory and Praxis 19, 171-177. American ethnogenesis and public administration. Administration & Society 27, 483-509. Built space as story: The policy stories that buildings tell. Policy Studies Journal 23, 407-422.

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Interpretive policy analysis: Notes toward a theory. In Jong S. Jun, ed., Development in the Pacific rim: A public policy perspective, 423-32. NY: Walter de Gruyter. Ecologies of technological metaphors and the theme of control. In Larry Hickman and Elizabeth Porter, eds., Technology and ecology, 356-83. Proceedings of the 7th Biennial International Conference, Society for Philosophy and Technology (Valencia, Spain). Carbondale, Illinois: Southern Illinois University.

1993

Culture and organizational learning (with Scott Cook). Journal of Management Inquiry 2, 373-390. Republished in JMIs 20th Anniversary Issue (20/4: 36279). Reprinted in Michael D. Cohen and Lee Sproull, eds., Organizational learning, 430-59 (Newbury Park, CA: Sage, 1995); Jay M. Shafritz and J. Steven Ott, eds. Classics of organization theory, 5th ed. (NY: Harcourt College Publishers, 2001); Barbara Czarniawska, ed., Organization theory, 259-76 (Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2006, v. 1); Bart Nooteboom, ed., Knowledge and learning in the firm, 33-50 (Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2006, v. 2). The communication of policy meanings: Implementation as interpretation and text. Policy Sciences 26, 41-61. Reprinted in Mark Bevir, ed., Interpretive Political Science (London: Sage, 2010). Reading policy meanings in organization-scapes. Journal of Architectural and Planning Research 10, 308-327.

1992

Silences in public policy discourse: Policy and organizational myths. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 2, 399-423. Supermarkets and culture clash: The epistemological role of metaphors in administrative practice. American Review of Public Administration 22, 89-109. Reprinted in Albert J. Mills and Gabriel Durepos, eds., Case Study Methods in Business Research v. 3, 123-42 (London: Sage, 2012).

1990

Tackling the implementation problem: Epistemological issues in policy implementation research. In Dennis J. Palumbo and Donald J. Calista, eds., Implementation and the policy process, 213-27. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press. Toward a policy culture approach to implementation analysis. Policy Studies Review 7, 103-115. Ontological and interpretive logics in organizational studies. Methods 1, 73-89.

1987

Other publications Essays Reading our readers. Qualitative & Multi-Method Research 10/2 (2012): 14-21 (with Peregrine Schwartz-Shea). Organizational ethnography between toolbox and world-making. Journal of Organizational Ethnography 1/1 (2012): 31-42. Form follows function? Invited essay, section on Envisioning the organization of the future, Rosemary OLeary and David Van Slyke, eds., special issue on The future of public administration in 2020. Public Administration Review 70/s1 (2010): 156-58. Perestroika ten years after: Reflections on methodological diversity. In Patrick McGovern, ed., Symposium on Perestroikas 10th anniversary. PS: Political Science & Politics 43/4:

741-45 (with Peregrine Schwartz-Shea; October 2010). Quality, not quantity, in the US academy. In Pl Nyiri, ed., Cultures de laudit et universit: Entre ancienne hirarchie et nouvelle orthodoxie. Special issue, traverse, in EspacesTemps.net (12 July 2010), espacestemps.net/document8308.html Whats political about political ethnography? Abducting our way toward reason and meaning. Symposium: Ethnographic Methods in Political Science. Qualitative & MultiMethod Research 7/2 (Fall 2009): 33-37. Power, politics, and science in the study of complex organizations. International Public Management Journal 10/2 (2007), 173-89. [Invited reflection on Perrows book] The methods caf: An innovative idea for methods teaching at conference meetings. PS: Political Science & Politics 40: 383-386 (April 2007; with Peregrine Schwartz-Shea). Talking about practices: On Julian Orrs Talking about machines. Organization Studies 27 (2006): 1743-1756. [Invited reflection] Cant we all just get along? A plea for methodological pluralism. Concepts & Methods: Newsletter of the IPSA Committee on Concepts & Methods 2/2 (Autumn 2006): 10-11. [Invited essay] Science wars: APSAs Perestroika movement and the P.A. section. American Political Science Association Public Administration Section E-Newsletter (Fall 2004). www.hnet.org/%7Epubadmin/newsletters/f04.htm. [Invited editorial] Interpretive empirical political science: What makes this not a subfield of qualitative methods. Qualitative Methods Newsletter 1/2 (Fall 2003): 9-13 (Organized Section, American Political Science Association). Public administration and the Jewish ethic. Judaism 52: 140-149 (Summer-Fall 2003). Practicing discipline. PS: Political Science & Politics 36: 397-99 (July 2003). [Invited essay] Qual-quant and the methods project. Clio (Newsletter, Politics & History Section, American Political Science Association; May 2002). [Invited essay] Learning in and from improvising: Lessons from theater for organizational learning. Reflections (Society for Organizational Learning Journal) 2/4 (June 2001): 58-62. [Invited essay] "The Anne Frank myth." Judaism 49/2 (Spring 2000). Sarahs silence: A newly discovered commentary on Genesis 22 by Rashis sister. Judaism 43/4 (Fall 1994). Toward a pleated ribbon career theory: A feminist theoretical approach to teaching about careers. the career forum (Newsletter, Careers Division, Academy of Management) 13/2 (Spring 1994). [Invited essay] Comments, introductions, afterwords On disciplinary histories: Borrowing anthropology into organisational studies? Introduction, symposium on Nancy C. Morey and Fred Luthans, Anthropology: The Forgotten Behavioral Science in Management History (Academy of Management Proceedings, 1987). Journal of Organizational Ethnography 2:1 (April 2013, in press). Why metaphors and other tropes? Introduction, Special Issue: Linguistic approaches to analysing policies and the political. Journal for International Relations and Development (accepted 20 November 2012; advance online publication 28 December 2012, doi:10.1057/jird.2012.28; with Alan Cienki; forthcoming 2013, 16:2). Policy ethnography and anthropological ethnography: Same or different? Afterword, in Cris Shore, Susan Wright, and Davide Per, eds., Policy worlds: Anthropology and the anatomy of contemporary power. Oxford: Berghahn, 2012, 300-13. The spatial turn in organizational studies. Introduction, Alfons van Marrewijk and Dvora Yanow, eds., Organizational spaces: Rematerializing the workaday world. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2010, 1-16 (with Alfons van Marrewijk). Studying everyday organizational life. In Sierk Ybema et al., eds., Organizational ethnography: Studying the complexities of everyday organizational life, 1-20. London: Sage, 2009 (with Sierk Ybema, Harry Wels, and Frans Kamsteeg). Identifying organizational ethnography: Selection criteria. In Sierk Ybema et al., eds.,

Organizational ethnography: Studying the complexities of everyday life, Appendix. London: Sage, 2009 (with Karin Geuijen). Public administration in translation: Non-Western and other administrative practices. Symposium introduction, Administrative Theory & Praxis 27 (2005), 81-85. Toward a practice-based view of knowing and learning in organizations. Introduction, Davide Nicolini, Silvia Gherardi, Dvora Yanow, eds., Knowing in organizations: A practice-based approach, 3-31. Armonk, NY: M E Sharpe, 2003 (with Davide Nicolini, Silvia Gherardi). "Doing organizational ethnographies." Introduction to Michael Rosen, Turning words, spinning worlds: Chapters in organizational ethnography. Amsterdam: Harwood Academic Press, 2000. Practices of policy interpretation. Introductory essay, edited special issue, Policy interpretations. Policy Sciences 28 (1995), 111-126. Writing organizational tales. Introduction, Crossroads symposium, Organization Science 6 (1995), 225-6. Reprinted in Peter J. Frost, Arie Y. Lewin, Richard L. Daft, eds., Talking about organization science. Newbury Park, CA: Sage, 2000. Reviews/review essays Studying organizations ethnographically: Is organizational ethnography distinctive? Organization Studies 31/9 & 10 (2010): 1397-1410. [Review essay] Review of A new mind for policy analysis: Toward a post-Newtonian and postpositivist epistemology and methodology, Goktug Morcol. Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis 8/1: 9495 (March 2006). Where have all the public intellectuals gone? Conscience & community: The legacy of Paul Ylvisaker, ed. Virginia M. Esposito. Administrative Theory & Praxis 26 (2004), 237-43. [Review essay] Academic anthropologists in the organizational studies workplace. Management Learning 35 (2004), 223-236. [on Inside organizations: Anthropologists at work, eds. David N. Gellner and Eric Hirsch; review essay] Review of Gendering organizational analysis, Albert J. Mills and Peta Tancred, eds. Women and Politics 15/2 (1995). Review of The tacit organization, Virginia Hill Ingersoll and Guy B. Adams. Administrative Theory and Praxis 15/2 (Fall 1993). Controlling cultural engineering? On Engineering culture, Gideon Kunda. Journal of Management Inquiry 2/2 (1993), 206-213. [Review essay] Extended review on Organizational learning and the learning organization, ed. M. EasterbySmith et al. Management Learning 32/2 (2001), 267-272. Miscellany Legislative comment, US Office of Science and Technology Policy and the US Department of Health and Human Services Office for Human Research Protections, in response to the Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPRM) for Revisions to the Common Rule (regulating Institutional Review Board policy; with P. Schwartz-Shea, 11/12/2011). The role of metaphors in science: A comment. On Herv Regnault, What does Alien mean? a review of Brendon Larson (2011), Metaphors for environmental sustainability. EspacesTemps.net (12 September 2011), espacestemps.net/document8991.html. Stphane Baele, ed., Catgorisation sociopolitique: Entretien crois - Interview avec les Professeurs Amie Thomasson, Dvora Yanow et Thomas Serre. mulations - Revue des jeunes chercheurs en sciences sociales n 8, Catgories Politiques: Enjeux thiques au cur du pouvoir (dcembre 2010): 2-5. Presses universitaires de Louvain; www.revueemulations.net/archives/n8/categentretien Excellence and diversity - reconciling the incompatible? Toward an innovative European publication and research landscape in organization studies. EGOS, Berlin (June 30-July 2, 2005); online at www.egosnet.org. [Invited plenary comments]

Encyclopedia/handbook articles Case study research in political science. In Albert J. Mills, Gabrielle Durepos, and Elden Wiebe, eds., The Encyclopedia of Case Study Research, vol. 1, 108-13. Newbury Park, CA: Sage (with Peregrine Schwartz-Shea and Maria Jos dos Santos Freitas; 2009). Ethnography. In Albert J. Mills, Gabrielle Durepos, and Elden Wiebe, eds., The Encyclopedia of Case Study Research, vol. 1, 347-51. Newbury Park, CA: Sage (with Sierk Ybema, Harry Wels, and Frans Kamsteeg; 2009). Evidence-based policy (vol. 1, 299-301); Interpretive policy analysis (vol. 1, 489-90); Local knowledge (vol. 2, 535-37); Narrative theory (vol. 2, 585-87). In Mark Bevir, ed., Encyclopedia of governance. Newbury Park, CA: Sage, 2006. Organizational culture (with Guy B. Adams). International Encyclopedia of Public Policy and Administration, v. 3, ed. Jay M. Shafritz. Boulder, CO: Westview, 1998. Reprinted in Jay M. Shafritz, ed., Defining public administration. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 2000. Published case studies Government Regulation of Academic Research (A, B, C, Epilogue: 1981-1985). Cambridge, MA: Institute for Educational Management, Harvard University, #9-380-517, revised January 1985/1979, May 1985 (case study series). Commercial Ventures and Academic Research (A, B, C). Cambridge, MA: Institute for Educational Management, Harvard University, January, 1985 (case study series). Recombinant DNA: Harvard University and the Genetic Research Lab (A; #289, 290, 1976); Recombinant DNA: Harvard University and the Cambridge City Council (B; #307, 1977); Recombinant DNA: Harvard University and the Federal Legislation (C; 1978); Recombinant DNA and Technology Transfer (1981) all at: Cambridge, MA: Institute for Educational Management, Harvard University (case study series). Consulting reports/projects without reports Pew Charitable Trusts, Philadelphia, PA. July 2002 - May 2003. Evaluation of the Pew Fellowships in the Arts (April 2003; with Zara Mirmalek) Administrative Office of the Courts, State of California. October 16, 2001. New England Environmental Mediation Center, Boston. July/1983-January/1984. Evaluation of Mediation Services of the New England Environmental Mediation Center (January 1984; with L. G. Buckle, S. R. T. Buckle, S. Cook) Planning Office, MIT, Cambridge, MA. October 1982 - January 1983. Planning Study on the Reorganization of the Humanities at MIT (1983; with S. Cook) Mayor's Commission to Study the Rent Control Board, Cambridge. 03-09/1982. Report of the Special Commission To Study the Administration of the Rent Control Board (Cambridge, MA; September 24, 1982; coauthored) Joint Distribution Committee, Jerusalem. September 1980 - January 1981. Community Organization in the Israel Corporation of Community Centers: an Organizational Analysis (January 1981) Neighborhood Dispute Resolution Project, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. July 1979 - August 1980. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Office of Personnel, Field Division, Washington, DC. July - August 1978. Implementing a Reorganization: Personnel Policies at D-HUD, 1977-78 (9/1978)

Invited presentations Keynotes, plenary addresses, and named lectures Warwick Business School/IKON, An ethnography reading group for busy academics and lazy students (or lazy academics and busy students) (invited presentation, 2012).

British Academy of Management, Research Methodology Special Interest Group, Sharing our [Research] Struggles Workshop, Manchester Business School (invited presentation, 2012). ESRC inVisio Symposium: Advancing Visual Research in Organization Studies, University of Essex (keynote, 2012) Monroe-Paine Distinguished Lecture in Public Affairs, University of Missouri, Columbia (2012) Materialities, Visualities, Securities workshop, School of Global Studies, University of Sussex (keynote, 2012) Organizational Learning, Knowledge, and Capabilities conference (keynote, 2012) Interpretive Policy Analysis Conference, Cardiff (keynote, 2011) Finnish Society for Environmental Social Science Annual Colloquium on Science-Policy- the Environment: Interpretative Policy Analysis in Environmental Social Science, University of Tampere (keynote, 2010) Conference on Interpreting Politics, History and Society in the 21st Century, Department of Politics, The New School for Social Research (keynote, 2009) Euroqual Programme on Spatial and Network Analysis in Qualitative Research (plenary address, 2009) 3rd Annual Joint University of Liverpool Management School and Keele University Institute for Public Policy and Management Symposium on Current Developments in Ethnographic Research in the Social & Management Sciences (keynote, 2008) 1st International Interpretive Policy Analysis Conference (plenary panel, 2006) The 2006 Talma Lecture, Faculty of Social Sciences, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam European Group on Organizational Studies (plenary panel, 2005) Public Administration Theory Network Annual Conference (plenary session, 2002) 7th Biennial International Conference, Society for Philosophy and Technology, Valencia, Spain (plenary address, 1993) Public lectures/Seminars Inaugural Lecture, Faculty of Social Sciences, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam Political Science/Government/Public Policy Departments/Faculties, universities of Essex, Frankfurt, Prague, Strasbourg, Tilburg, Vienna, Antwerpen, Amsterdam, Utah, California at Berkeley (Interpretive Political Science Group); Mills College; Hebrew University; SOAS (London) Sociology and Anthropology Department, University of Amsterdam Moscow School for Social and Economic Sciences Institute for Advanced Studies, Vienna Interdisciplinary Committee on Organizational Studies (ICOS), University of Michigan (2000, 2009) Management/Business Administration Departments/Schools, universities of Innsbruck, Lund, Cyprus, The Technion, Beijing Administrative College, Copenhagen Business School, Warwick Business School, Paris-Dauphine, Keele Centre Nationale de la Recherche Scientifique, lUniversit Pierre Mends France, Grenoble Center for Social Science Methodology, University of Oldenburg (Germany) Center for the Study of Law and Society, University of California, Berkeley Center for Migration Law, Radboud University Nijmegen (NL) Center for Urban Research & Policy, and Institute for Social & Economic Research and Policy, Columbia University Institute for Social Studies, The Hague, Development Research Seminars Department of Urban Studies, University of Glasgow Center for Ethnicities, Communities and Social Policy, Feminist & Gender Studies, and Office for Institutional Diversity, Bryn Mawr College School of Social Sciences, Roskilde University (Denmark) Department of Anthropology and Philosophy, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona Democracy and Difference Conference, Indiana University (Anthropology), Bloomington Communication Science Department, Wageningen University (The Netherlands)

University of California, Irvine (Planning, Policy and Design Department; Center for Organizational Research) Department of Public Administration, Goteborg University (Sweden) Non-academic settings Classifying people: Necessity of categories? With Zimitri Erasmus, Ian Hacking, and Halleh Ghorashi. Public seminar, Centre for Critical Research on Race and Identity, University of KwaZulu-Natal (Durban, South Africa; February 2, 2011). http://ccrri.ukzn.ac.za/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=325&Itemid=1000 95 Directorate of Integration Management and Integration, Ministry of Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment, The Hague (2010) Congressional Research Service, Washington, DC (2008) Work Practices Group, Xerox-PARC (Palo Alto Research Center; 1993) Management Development Research Corporation, New York (2001) Institute for Research on Learning, Palo Alto, CA (1996, 1999) Keddem Congregation (Palo Alto, CA) Adult Education Lecture Series (2002) Paper and other presentations (recent) 2012 Studying organizational changing: Process methods for process questions. Ph.D. student seminar, University of Missouri-Columbia (November 7, 2012; part of the Monroe-Paine Distinguished Lecture in Public Affairs). The role of science and statisticians in sustaining state race-ethnic data collection. Society for Social Studies of Science/European Association for the Study of Science and Technology Joint Meeting, Section #87: The design and displacement of social knowledge practices (Copenhagen, 17-20 October). The view from the policy sciences. Roundtable, "Studying Policy: A Dialogue between Anthropology and Political Science, Interest Group for the Anthropology of Public Policy, American Anthropological Association (San Francisco, 14-18 November). Conundrums in migrant policies: State-constructed categories and the politics of difference. School for Oriental and African Studies, London (18 January; with Marleen van der Haar, Karlijn Vlke; invited seminar). On [not] doing integration via registration forms: Everyday category-making practices. Center for Migration Law, Radboud University Nijmegen (17 January; with Marleen van der Haar, Karlijn Vlke; invited seminar). 2011 Moving from practice to research: Does it make a difference to research methods? Institute for Advanced Studies, Vienna (21 November; public lecture). From practice to research: Question-driven methods? Faculty of Social Sciences Lunch Talk, Wageningen University (17 October). State-constructed categories and the politics of difference. American Political Science Association Conference, Seattle, WA (1-4 September; with Marleen van der Haar and Karlijn Vlke). Objects and other matters in learning and unlearning mastery. 3rd International Symposium on Process Organization, How matter matters: Objects, artifacts, and materiality in organization studies, Corfu (June 15-18).

Do practices have a life cycle? Beyond learning. Research Seminar Series, A Practice Focus in Research on Nature and Forest, Forest and Nature Conservation Policy Research Group, Wageningen University (11 May; invited lecture); Institute for Advanced Studies, Vienna (16 January; public lecture). 2010 Ethnicity talk. Development Research Seminars, Special Autumn Series: Beyond the multi-cultural drama: Policies of migration, diversity and inclusion in the 21st century. Institute for Social Studies, The Hague (6 December; invited lecture). Practices of research evaluation. Public Forum on Answers on Research, Questions on Evaluation, EspacesTemps.net. Ecole Polytechnique Fdrale de Lausanne (1 November 2010; invited presentation). Naar Nederland, the movie: Doing Dutchness for immigrants. Migration and Diversity Center, Vrije Universiteit (28 June; with Marleen van der Haar, Karlijn Vlke). Troubled taxonomies: Types of women, continents of birth, and race. European Consortium for Political Research Joint Sessions Workshops #15, Category-making and public policy, Mnster (22-27 March; with Karlijn Vlke, Marleen van der Haar). Newcomers becoming insiders: The making of citizens from migrants - a comparative study of immigrant policies and practices in the US, Canada, the Netherlands, Israel. Association for Public Policy and Management, Maastricht (February 16-18); Western Political Science Association, San Francisco (April 1-3) (with Ronald Schmidt, Sr., Marleen van der Haar, Karlijn Vlke, Richard Lozano). 2009 Methods and discourse analysis. Workshop 2, 5th Annual International Graduate Student Conference in Political Science, International Relations and Public Policy in memory of Yitzhak Rabin, Hebrew University, Jerusalem (10 December; invited talk). What do we do when we practice, reflectively? Interdisciplinary Committee on Organizational Studies (ICOS) Seminar, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (6 November; invited presentation); http://icos.umich.edu/sites/icos6.cms.si.umich.edu/files/lecture/20091106.Yanow.swf Political ethnography. Roundtable, American Political Science Association (Toronto, 3-6 September). Problematizing policy categories for mobile groups: A historical analysis of population registration and statistical practices in the Dutch nation-state. 4th Annual Interpretive Policy Analysis Conference, Kassel, Germany (25-27 June; with Marleen van der Haar). IRB regulations and the state: Protecting public officials from researcher scrutiny? Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago (April; with Peregrine Schwartz-Shea). The political process promise of policy framing. European Consortium for Political Research Joint Workshops, Lisbon, Workshop 19: Studying the Political through Frame Analysis (14-19 April; with Merlijn van Hulst). People out of place: Allochthony and autochthony in Netherlands identity discourse. International Studies Association (New York, 15-18 February; with Marleen van der Haar). 2008 Interpretive policy analysis/Discourse analysis: Two labels, same project? ESRC

Conference on Networks for Methodological Innovation Mini-conference: Discourse Analysis Networks, University of Essex, Center for Theoretical Studies in Humanities & Social Science (10-11 October; invited presentation). On methodological relics: Reconsidering etic outsiders, emic insiders, and fieldwork relationships. European Association of Social Anthropologists Biennial Conference, Ljubljana (28-30 August; with Lorraine Nencel). Reframing-in-action: Linking framing and reflection-in-action in the work of Donald Schn. European Group on Organizational Studies (Amsterdam, 10-12 July; with Merlijn van Hulst). On policy frames and framing. 3rd Interpretive Policy Analysis Conference (Essex, UK, 19-21 June; with Merlijn van Hulst).

Editorial, professional, and community service Editorial board member Polity (2012 - ); Journal of Organizational Ethnography (2011 - ); EspacesTemps.net (2010- ); Critical Policy Studies (2006 - ); Organization Studies (2003 - ); American Review of Public Administration (2000 - ); American Political Science Review (20072012); Organization Management Journal, First Person section (2008-2012); Management Communication Quarterly (2006-2008); Management Learning (1999-2008); Qualitative Inquiry (1994-2000); Administrative Theory & Praxis (1993-2003); Journal of Public Affairs Education (1998-2000) International advisory boards: ECPR Methods School Academic Advisory Board (2013-); Anthropology of Policy book series, Cris Shore and Susan Wright, eds. (Stanford University Press; 2011- ); Handbook of Organizational Research Methods, David Buchanan and Alan Bryman, eds. (London: Sage, 2009; 2007-2009); Book series in public administration theory, Newbury Park, CA: Sage (1993-1998) Editor, Journal of Management Inquiry, Review essays Section (1994-1998) Contributing Editor, Judaism (1994-2005) Ad hoc reviewer, Administration & Society, Academy of Management Review, Cultural Anthropology, Human Relations, International Public Management Journal, Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, Journal of Management Education, Journal of Management Inquiry, Journal of Management Studies, Journal of Politics, Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, Organization, Organization Science, Organization Research Methods, Perspectives on Politics, Policy Sciences, Policy Studies Journal, PS: Political Science & Politics, Public Administration, Scandinavian Journal of Management, Signs, Studies in Culture and Organizational Symbolism, Technology Studies; Swiss National Science Foundation, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Visiting committees, scientific advisory boards, and other activities Scientific Advisory Board, International Summer School on Practice-based Studies, cosponsored by Warwick Business School and the International Symposium on Process Organization Studies (PROS; 2012 - ) Advisory board, Centre for Religion, Conflict and the Public Domain, Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Groningen (2012 - ) Selection Committee, Chair in Facility Management, Management Studies Group, Social Sciences Department, Wageningen University (2010-2011) International Peer Review Committee, Social, Spatial & Economic Sciences (Policy & Landscape Cluster), Wageningen University (15-17 June 2009) Scientific Advisory Board, Institute for Advanced Studies, Vienna (2008 ) Scientific Committee, Metaphor and Domains of Discourse, 8th Researching and Applying

Metaphor International Association Conference (RaAM; 2009-2010) Advisory Board, Forum on Research Methods, University of Haifa (2006-2008) Organizing Committee (and faculty member), National Havurah Committee-West Annual Institute (1999, 2000) Co-director, NSF Workshop on Interpretive Methods in Political Science. Toronto (August 31-September 2, 2009). Co-director, Workshop 19: Studying the Political through Frame Analysis, European Consortium for Political Research Joint Workshops, Lisbon (14-19 April 2009; with Merlijn van Hulst). Co-convenor, Communicating and Interpreting Policy Meaning. Theme Session, Language, Culture, and Mind Conference, Odense, DK (July 14-16, 2008; with Alan Cienki). Co-convenor, Re-turn to Practice: Understanding Organization as It Happens. 2nd Organization Studies Summer Workshop, Mykonos, Greece (15-16 June 2006). Creator, co-organizer, and specialist, The Methods Caf (American Political Science Association Annual Meetings 2006-, Western Political Science Association Annual Meetings 2005 -) Creator and administrator, Interpretation & Methods listserv (2004 - ) http://listserv.cddc.vt.edu/mailman/listinfo/interpretationandmethods Co-organizer, Workshop on Interpretive Research Methods in Empirical Political Science. Western Political Science Association, Denver, Colorado (March 29, 2003). European Group on Organizational Studies Co-director, Stream 14: Revisiting Reflective Practice, Amsterdam (10-12 July 2008; with Giovan Francesco Lanzara). Co-convenor, Reflexivity in Organizational Research. Subtheme 19, Vienna, Austria (July 5-7, 2007; with Alfons van Marrewijk and Michael Humphreys). Co-director, Ethnographic and Other Interpretive Research Methods. Subtheme 30, Bergen, Norway (July 6-8 2006; with Heidi Dahles). Interpretive Policy Analysis Conference Co-organizer, 2nd conference. Amsterdam (30 May-2 June 2007; with Maarten Hajer). Creator, organizer, and specialist, Methodology Workshops (2006 ). International Political Science Association Member of the Board, Committee on Concepts and Methods (elected to 2009-2012, 20122016 terms) American Political Science Association Co-founder and Co-Chair, Interpretive Methodologies & Methods Conference Group (2008- ) Co-founder and Co-Chair, Conference Group on Theory, Policy, and Society (1998-2009) Secretary, Executive Council (2005-2006) Member, Executive Council Elections Committee (2006); Perspectives on Politics Editor Search Committee (2004-05); John Gauss Award Committee (1998-99); Nominating committee, Womens Caucus for Political Science (1996-98) Co-organizer/director, Field research: Interpretive approaches. Short course, American Political Science Association, Washington, DC (September 1, 2010). Co-organizer/director, Writing up Interpretive Research. Short course, American Political Science Association, Boston, MA (August 27, 2008). Co-organizer/director, Interpret This! Short course, American Political Science Association, Chicago, IL (August 29, 2007). Invited participant, Workshop on Women in the Profession (March 5, 2004) Western Political Science Association Co-founder and Co-Chair, Section on Immigration and Citizenship (2009-2010) Co-founder and Co-Chair, Section on Interpretation and Methods (2004-2006) Local Arrangements Chair (2004-05) Member, Executive Council (1997-2000); Committee on Constitution and Bylaws (1997-

1999); Committee on the Status of Women (1997-1998) Chair, Committee on the Status of Women (1998-99); Committee on Professional Development (1995-97) President, Women's Caucus for Political Science-West (1996-97) VU University Founding organizer: Seminars in Organizational Ethnography (September 2006-2009) Integration/discrimination/migration workgroup seminar series [DaHLias], Faculty of Social Sciences (2008-2010) Space Studies Seminar Series (2005-2007) California State University, Hayward Founding Member, Board of Directors, C. E. Smith Museum of Anthropology, California State University, Hayward (1997-2005) Founding Co-Chair, Center for Jewish Studies, California State University, Hayward (19971999); Member, Executive Committee (1999-2005) Ph.D. dissertations: External examiner, opponent or reader Maria Bruquetas Callejo, Mind the gap! Policies and practices of educational reception in Rotterdam and Barcelona. International Migration, Integration, and Social Cohesion (IMISCOE), University of Amsterdam; Rinus Penninx, co-promoter (15 June 2012). Hanneke Duijnhoven, For security reasons: Narratives about security practices and organizational change in the Dutch and Spanish railway sector. Culture, Organization, and Management, Vrije Universiteit; Marcel Veenswijk, supervisor (21 April 2010). Anna Durnov, Towards a politics of intimacy: Policies on dying in European societies. Political Science, Department, University of Vienna (18 December 2009). Peter Matthews, Meanings of policy and place: Understandings of regeneration in Scotland 1988 2009. Urban Studies, University of Glasgow (18 November 2009). Elizabeth Super, Everyday party politics: Local volunteers and professional organizers in grassroots campaign. Political Science, University of Edinburgh (24 April 2009). Katharina T. Paul, Food safety: A matter of taste? Food safety policy in England, Germany, the Netherlands, and at the level of the European Union. Political Science, University of Amsterdam (13 March 2009). Severine van Bommel, Understanding experts and expertise in different governance contexts. Mansholt Graduate School of Social Sciences, Wageningen University (14 November 2008). Merlijn van Hulst, Town hall tales: Culture as storytelling in local government. Public Administration, Erasmus University, Rotterdam (31 January 2008). Marie-Nolle Albert, Lengagement revisit laide du concept du soi: Exprience dune entreprise familiale de la grande distribution. Ecole Doctorale Management, Luniversit Jean Moulin, Lyon 3 (19 June 2007). Marleen van der Haar, Ma(r)king differences in Dutch social work. Utrecht School of Governance (20 April 2007). Kateryna Pishchikova, Lost in translation: USAID assistance to democracy building in postcommunist Ukraine. Political Science, University of Amsterdam (7 November 2006). Gabrielle Kuiper, Asking awkward questions about public environmental information: State of the environment reporting in Australia and England and Wales. Institute for Sustainable Futures, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia (April 2002). V. Haavisto, Court work in transition: An activity-theoretical study of changing work practices in a Finnish district court. Department of Education, University of Helsinki (November 9, 2001). K. Henriksson, The collective dynamics of organizational learning. School of Business Administration, Lund University (April 23, 1999). Other positions

Assistant to Paul N. Ylvisaker, Dean, Harvard Graduate School of Education, Cambridge, MA. June, 1976 - July, 1981. Conducted policy research and analysis, formulated policy recommendations. Developed major School policy on case study use; wrote cases. Mirelman Community Center, Or Akiva, Israel. February, 1973 - August, 1975. Community organizer Acting Director (October 1973 - May 1974) Department Head, Community Development (1974-75) Department Head, Adult Education (1974-75) Community outreach and program development with older and newer immigrants: liaison with public, private, and voluntary community agencies and local and regional government departments; created and implemented annual Community Arts Fair; organized town, neighborhood, and youth councils. Supervised staff of 10 program leaders, 3 full-time community workers, and 50 volunteers. Community organizer, Afula Ilit Community Center Extension, Givat HaMoreh, Israel. October 1972 - February 1973. Community outreach and program development with recent Georgian immigrants. Professional memberships Society for Social Studies of Science European Association for the Study of Science and Technology American Political Science Association Western Political Science Association (US) European Consortium for Political Research European Group for Organizational Studies