|Date||December, 13-16, 2016|
|Time and place||Details of venue forthcoming
Here - before December 5, 2016
The course is full but you may register anyway and we will put you on a waitinglist.
If a space becomes available, we will contact you.
|ECTS||3 ECTS for full participation for 4 days.
2 ECTS for 3 days.
|Participants||There is a limit of 15 participants|
This 4 day residential (internat) course will offer an extended overview of Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis (EM/CA) from historical, theoretical and analytic perspectives. It is an extension of the course from 2015. Last year’s course, or the course from 2013 are not obligatory prerequisites. Brief lectures on, eg. Ethnomethodology, Basic Conversation Analysis, Working with Collections, Embodiment, Atypical Interaction will be followed by workshops where we work hands out with EM/CA techniques and materials.There will also be opportunities for students to present their own work as well as have their data treated in a workshop.
This course is offered in cooperation with the Research Unit ‘PIPE’ (Professional Interaction and Practice), the Doctoral Programme for Media, Technology and Social Interaction - Kolding and the Doctoral programme in Language and Communication, Odense.
PIPE is a cooperation between 3 well-established research groups at SDU (SOPRACON; InTECH; Human-Robot Interaction Lab) whose members study human, human-robotic and interspecies interaction and professional practices.
Teachers: Catherine E. Brouwer, Dennis Day, Kerstin Fischer, Kristian Mortensen, Gitte Rasmussen, Johannes Wagner
’Our events are open free of charge to PhD students from our own program, and from all other programs provided they also offer tuition free of charge to our students. ’Soon-to-be’ Phd students may also attend with permission from the event instructors and the Program Director, whom you should first contact if this applies to you (Dennis Day: firstname.lastname@example.org). We are also very happy if senior members of staff wish to attend, particularly PhD supervisors, and will accommodate them in lieu of space. We ask all who attend an event to register. You’ll find the online registration form on the same page as the event description.’