|Date||21. september 2015|
|Time and place||09:30-16:00 in meetingroom ISK-Rasmus Rask|
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Closing dat for this course is September 15, 2015
This one-day seminar will be lead by Charles Goodwin and Per Linell who will provide introductory perspectives on the topic and lead discussions and analysis sessions with participants. The topic should be understood rather broadly, including interaction work ranging from instruction to simply assisting others along an activity’s trajectory. Participants from areas such as First and Second Language Acquisition, Speech and Language Therapy, Sociolinguistics, Pragmatics, Interaction Design, Human-Robot Interaction, Cognitive Science with an interest in interaction analysis should find the seminar relevant. There will be a required reading list and participants will be required to present questions, topics for discussion or small fragments data for analysis sessions.
Charles Goodwin - Professor of Applied Linguistics at UCLA (http://www.appling.ucla.edu/people/faculty/2-uncategorised/40-charles-goodwin)
Per Linell - Senior Professor, Dept. of Education, Communication & Learning, University of Göteborg (http://ipkl.gu.se/english/contact/staff/per.linell)
- Goodwin, Charles. 2013. The Co-Operative, Transformative Organization of Human Action and Knowledge. Journal of Pragmatics, 46: 8-23. Link:
- Goodwin, Charles. 2000. Action and Embodiment Within Situated Human Interaction. Journal of Pragmatics, 32: 1489-1522. Link: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/3327733/Papers%20PDF/Goodwin2013%20Co-Operative%20Action.pdf
- Goodwin, Charles. 1997. The Blackness of Black: Color Categories as Situated Practice. In Discourse, Tools and Reasoning: Essays on Situated Cognition. Lauren B. Resnick, Roger Säljö, Clotilde Pontecorvo, and Barbara Burge, eds. Pp. 111-40. Berlin, Heidelberg, New York: Springer. Link:
- Linell, Per. 2015/forthc. Self-Other Interdependences in Dialogue. To be published in: Norén, C. & Gille, J. (Eds.), Parler les langues romanes. Vol. 1: Discourse and Interaction. (preliminary title). Pieterlen, Switzerland: Peter Lang
- Linell, Per. 2014. Mishearings are occasioned by contextual assumptions and situational affordances. Language & Communication, 40: 24-37.
- Linell, Per. 2015/forthc. Dialogical theories vs. dialogue theories: Controversies on language and beyond.
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