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Wed Apr 27 2011

Confs: Applied Linguistics, Discourse Analysis, Sociolinguitics/USA

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Message 1: Language, Interaction, & Social Organization Conference
Date: 26-Apr-2011
From: Lynnette Arnold <lynnettearnoldumail.ucsb.edu>
Subject: Language, Interaction, & Social Organization Conference
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Language, Interaction, & Social Organization Conference
Short Title: LISO

Date: 12-May-2011 - 14-May-2011
Location: Santa Barbara, CA, USA
Contact: Alex Wahl
Contact Email: lisoconferencegmail.com
Meeting URL: http://ucsblisoconference.org

Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics; Discourse Analysis;
Sociolinguistics

Meeting Description:

The 17th Annual Conference on Language, Interaction, and Social
Organization
University of California, Santa Barbara
May 12-14, 2011

The LISO conference promotes interdisciplinary research and discussion in
the analysis of naturally occurring human interaction. Papers will be
presented by national and international scholars on a variety of topics in the
study of language, interaction, and culture. The papers primarily employ
analysis of naturally occurring data drawing from methodologies that include
conversation analysis, discourse analysis, ethnographic methods,
ethnomethodology, interactional linguistics, and interactional
sociolinguistics.

Presented by:

The Language, Interaction, and Social Organization (LISO)
Graduate Student Organization at UCSB

&

The Center for Language, Interaction and Culture (CLIC)
Graduate Student Association at UCLA

Plenary Speakers:

Virginia Teas Gill
Illinois State University
Sociology

Julia Menard-Warwick
University of California, Davis
Linguistics

Jennifer Roth-Gordon
University of Arizona
Anthropology

Fourth Plenary Speaker TBA

Thursday, May 12, 2011

[all events held in the McCune Conference Room, 6020 HSSB]
Please Note: Thursday's Workshop Events are open to graduate students
only.

12pm-1pm
Registration

Workshop Session
1pm-2pm
Workshop with Virginia Gill, Illinois State University

2pm-3pm
Workshop with Alexandra Jaffe, California State University, Long Beach

3:00pm-3:15pm
Break

3:15pm-4:15pm
Workshop with Julia Menard-Warwick, University of California, Davis

4:15pm-5:15pm
Workshop with Jennifer Roth-Gordon, University of Arizona

Friday, May 13, 2011

[unless otherwise noted, all events will be held in the McCune Conference
Room, 6020 HSSB]

8am-9am
Breakfast and Registration

Morning Session
9am-9:30am
Evelyn Dean-Olmsted, Indiana University
Coffee grounds and arabismos: (Post)vernacular stances toward Syrian
jewish language and culture in a young woman's card game

9:30am-10am
Netta Avineri, UCLA
Socializing Yiddish metalinguistic community members through the
embodied construction of Yiddish source languages as 'resources' or 'rivals'

10am-10:30am
Lynnette Arnold, UC Santa Barbara
'Getting your hands dirty': Participation in ideology and interaction at a
community bike shop

10:30am-10:45am
Coffee Break

10:45am-11:15am
Susan W. Woolley, UC Berkeley
Teasing, jokes, and power: Language socialization of gender and sexuality
norms

11:15am-12:15pm
Plenary Speaker
Jennifer Roth-Gordon, University of Arizona
A Modern Blackness: Race, Language, and the Body in Rio de Janeiro,
Brazil

12:15pm-1:30pm
Lunch Break

Afternoon Session
1:30pm-2pm
Steven P. Black, UCLA/UC San Diego
Noun classes, click consonants and HIV/AIDS stigma in South Africa

2pm-2:30pm
Catherine E. Travis, University of New Mexico
Rena Torres-Cacoullos, Pennsylvania State University
On the role of stressed I in interaction

2:30pm-3pm
Jaime Snyder, Syracuse University
Image-making as discourse strategy

3pm-3:15pm
Coffee Break

3:15pm-3:45pm
Tessa van Charldorp, VU University Amsterdam
'You asked me what happened last night': A comparison between first story
solicitations in police interrogations and the text in the police records

3:45pm-4:15pm
Hye Ri Stephanie Kim, UCLA
Retrospective marking of a prior action as preliminary: A comparative
perspective

4:15pm-5:15pm
Plenary Speaker
Virginia Teas Gill, Illinois State University
Resources for managing response relevance: The case of patients'
explanations for illness and doctors' responses

5:15pm-5:30pm
Break

5:30pm-8pm
Dinner
(Included in registration)
Location: GSA Lounge

Saturday, May 14, 2011

[unless otherwise noted, all events will be held in the McCune Conference
Room, 6020 HSSB]

8am-9am
Registration

Morning Session
9am-9:30am
Hsin-Fu Chiu, UCLA
Approaching authority and hierarchy in Chinese heritage family interation

9:30am-10am
Ishita Mishra, Nottingham Trent University
'Ethnic' identity in Anglo-South Asian dyadic discourse

10am-10:30am
Sonya Pritzker, UCLA
English is the language I'll be using: Participation, evidence, and authority in
the translation of Chinese medicine

10:30am-10:45am
Coffee Break

10:45am-11:15am
Merav Shohet, UCLA
Materializing sacrifice through language and embodied action across
generations in Vietnam

11:15am-12:15pm
Plenary Speaker
Julia Menard-Warwick, UC Davis
Language ideologies and cultural identities in English Language Teaching

12:15pm-1:30pm
Lunch Break

Afternoon Data Sessions
*Concurrent sessions will be running for the remainder of Saturday
afternoon

Session 1
[McCune Conference Room]
[6020 HSSB]

1:30pm-2pm
Jorg Zinken, University of Portsmouth
The material environment for imperative turns

2pm-2:30pm
Rika Yamashita, University of Tokyo/JSPS (Japan Society for the Promotion
of Science)/Birkbeck College, University of London
In linguistic control, in pedagogic control? Repetitions in teacher-pupil
multilingual conversation in South Asian Muslim community classroom in
Tokyo suburbs

2:30pm-3pm
Emily E. Crutcher
UC Santa Barbara
'It sounds like she's totally faking': Assessments of the authenticity of female
pleasure in pornography

Session 2
[IHC Research Seminar Room]
[6056 HSSB]

1:30pm-2pm
Jeremy Kelley, UCLA
The dialogic organization of multimodal stance in gay men's interactions

2pm-2:30pm
Jessica S. Robles, University of Colorado at Boulder
Interactional resources for intersubjective relating: Talk, embodiment, and
morality in family conversations

2:30pm-3pm
Nicholas Williams, University of Colorado at Boulder
Placeholder demonstratives and word search in Indonesian conversation

3pm-3:15pm
Coffee Break

Session 1
[McCune Conference Room]
[6020 HSSB]

3:15pm-3:45pm
Brendan H. O'Connor, University of Arizona
Making an impact: Meta-knowledge, scientific authority, and rights to speak
in a high school astronomy classroom

3:45pm-4:15pm
Joshua Raclaw, University of Colorado at Boulder
Affiliative and epistemic functions of turn- initial 'no'

Session 2
[IHC Research Seminar Room]
[6056 HSSB]

3:15pm-3:45pm
Melanie McComsey, UC San Diego
Bilingual resourses for talk about space: Evidence from Spanish and JuchitÃ
¡n Zapotec

3:45pm-4:15pm
Seyda Tarim, UC Santa Barbara
Turkish Immigrant Children's Bilingual Practices

4:15pm-5:15pm
Plenary Speaker
Alexandra Jaffe, California State University, Long Beach
Stance, Indeterminacy and Ideological Process: Structuration in the
Indexical Field



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