Book Chapters

2020

‘Women Workers’ Education’, in Fitzgerald Tanya (eds) Handbook of Historical Studies in Education. Springer International Handbooks of Education. Singapore: Springer, 813-829

‘Epistolary Lives: fragments, sensibility, assemblages in auto/biographical research’, in The Palgrave Handbook of Auto/Biography, edited by Anne Chapell and Julie M. Parsons, 157-164. Basingstoke: Palgrave.

‘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

‘Archival Methods in Auto/biographical Research’, in Research Methodologies for Auto/biography Studies, 19-25. New York: Routledge.

2018

Amor mundi: Romantic socialisms and feminist politics, British Sociological Association: Auto/Biography Yearbook, Vol. XI, 63-76.

2016

Epistolary entanglements of Love and Politics, Reading Rosa Luxemberg's letters, The Routledge International Handbook on Narrative and Life History, 381-391, edited by Ivor Goodson, with Ari Antikainen, Molly Andrews and Pat Sikes. London: Routledge

2015

Ordinary / Extraordinary: Narratives, Politics, History. In Political Aesthetics: Culture, Critique and the everyday, 181-200, edited by Arundhati Virmani. London: Routledge.

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

‘History and Ethnography: interfaces and juxtapositions.’ In Sara Delamont (Ed). Handbook of Qualitative Research in Education. Northampton (MA) and Cheltenham (UK): Edward Elgar, 136-152.

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

‘Visual silences, nomadic narratives’. Auto/biography Yearbook. Vol. II, pp.1-20.

2004

Women on derive: Autobiographical explorations of lived spaces' In Geography and Gender reconsidered, Women and Geography Study group. (with Judith Burnett and Erica Cudworth

2003

‘Stories of narrative research’. In Gubrium et al. Qualitative Research Practice, London: Sage. (with Molly Andrews, Shelley Sclater-Day ,Corinne Squire)

Genealogy andEthnography: 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)