Biographical Method

Apitzsch, Ursula, and Irini Siouti. 2007. “Biographical Analysis as an Interdisciplinary Research Perspective in the Field of Migration Studies.” Frankfurt am Main: Johann Wolfgang Goethe Universität.

Banner, L. W. 2009. “Biography as History.” The American Historical Review 114 (3): 579–86.

Barman, R. J. 2010. “Biography as History.” Journal of the Canadian Historical Association/Revue de La Societé Historique Du Canada 21 (2): 61–75.

Buitelaar, M. 2014. “‘Discovering a Different Me’: Discursive Positioning in Life Story Telling over Time.” Women’s Studies International Forum, no. 43: 30–37.

de Bruijn, Mirjam, and Walter Gam Nkwi. 2015. “Africa’s Information Age: A Biographical Approach.” Information & Culture 50 (4).

Jackson, Michael. 2008. “The Shock of the New: On Migrant Imaginaries and Critical Transitions.” Ethnos 73 (1): 57–72.

Rosenthal, G. 2004. “Biographical Research.” In Qualitative Research Practice, 48–64. London: Seale, Gobo, Gubrium, Silverman.

Steinberg, Johnny. 2015. A Man of Good Hope. Alfred A. Knopf. New York.

Steinberg, Johnny. 2016. “The Vertiginous Power of Decisions: Working through a Paradox about Forced Migration Public Culture.” Public Culture 28 (1 78): 139–60.

Willemse, Karin. 2014. “‘Everything I Told You Was True’: The Biographic Narrative as a Method of Critical Feminist Knowledge Production.” Women’s Studies International Forum 43.

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