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Confs: Discourse Analysis, Sociolinguistics/Switzerland
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1. Florence Oloff ,
10th IIEMCA Conference
Message 1: 10th IIEMCA Conference
From: Florence Oloff <contactiiemca-confererence.org>
Subject: 10th IIEMCA Conference
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10th IIEMCA Conference
Date: 10-Jul-2011 - 14-Jul-2011
Location: Fribourg, Switzerland
Contact: Florence Oloff
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics; Discourse Analysis
The conference aims to promote the study of practical action and social interaction and to provide an international forum for researchers working within the domains of Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis.
The conference site with detailed information about the venue, keynote speakers, the deadlines for abstract submission etc. will soon be launched. Meanwhile, information on the conference will be posted on
-Esther González-Martínez (University of Fribourg, Applied University ARC-Health), co chair
-Lorenza Mondada (University of Lyon 2), co-chair
-Elwys De Stefani (University of Berne)
-Philippe Sormani (University of Neuchâtel)
-Florence Oloff (ICAR Lab, CNRS & University of Lyon)
Contact address for any information:
We look forward to seeing you in Fribourg in 2011!
The 10th Conference of the International Institute for Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis will be held from July 11 to 14, 2011 at the University of Fribourg (Switzerland). The Conference promotes the study of practical action and social interaction, and provides an international forum for researchers working in the areas of ethnomethodology and conversation analysis.
The program includes four plenary lectures – by Christian Heath & Paul Luff (King's College London), Douglas W. Maynard (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Wes Sharrock (University of Manchester) and Marja-Leena Sorjonen (University of Helsinki) – as well as more than one hundred paper presentations in panels and individual sessions, data sessions and a poster exhibition. George Psathas (Boston University), Honorary President of the Institute, will also be participating in the conference.
The conference will also celebrate the originality, significance and fruitfulness of the work of Harold Garfinkel, who passed away last month at the age of 93. Specific events will be held to honor Harold Garfinkel's legacy: a tribute ceremony, workshops on his research and an exhibition displaying testimonies of his influence around the world. You will find the program of these activities as well as information on how to contribute on the conference website.
Deadline for online registration: June 12, 2011.
For more information, please visit: http://www.iiemca-conference.org/
We look forward to welcoming you in Fribourg!
The Organizing Committee:
Esther González-Martínez (University of Fribourg, Haute école de santé Arc), co-chair
Lorenza Mondada (University of Lyon, ICAR research lab), co-chair
Elwys De Stefani (University of Bern)
Vassiliki Markaki (University of Lyon, ICAR research lab)
Florence Oloff (University of Lyon, ICAR research lab)
Philippe Sormani (University of Neuchâtel)
Domaine Sociologie, politiques sociales et travail social (University of Fribourg)
Haute école de santé Arc (University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland)
ICAR Research Lab (CNRS, University Lyon 2, ENS Lyon)
Institute of Multilingualism (University of Fribourg, Haute école pédagogique Fribourg)
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