Language, Interaction, and Social Organization Final Call

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hi. sent my materials in last week. did you get them? dina dahbany-miraglia
> Apologies for cross-posting
> Papers due Feb. 10
> May 8-10, 2003, University of California, Santa Barbara
> Plenary Speakers:
> Emanuel Schegloff University of California, Los Angeles, Department of
> Sociology
> Eve Clark: Stanford University, Department of Linguistics
> Deborah Schiffrin Georgetown University, Department of Linguistics
> Marjorie H. Goodwin: University of California, Los Angeles, Department of
> Anthropolgy
> The annual conference promotes interdisciplinary research and
> discussion of the
> analysis of naturally occurring human interaction.  Submissions from
> national,
> international, and University of California scholars are encouraged.
> Research
> papers should address topics of language, interaction, and culture, and
> should
> employ naturally occurring data.  Potential methods include, but are
> not
> limited to, conversation analysis, discourse analysis, ethnographic
> methods,
> ethnomethodology, interactional linguistics, and interactional
> sociolinguistics.
> The Conference on Language, Interaction, and Culture is jointly
> organized and
> sponsored by the Language, Interaction, and Social Organization (LISO)
> group
> and the Center for Language, Interaction, and Culture (CLIC).  LISO is
> an
> interdisciplinary faculty and graduate student organization located on
> the
> campus of the University of California, Santa Barbara.  CLIC is a
> center
> comprised of interdisciplinary faculty and graduate students located on
> the
> campus of the University of California, Los Angeles.  LISO and CLIC are
> composed of researchers from the departments of Anthropology, Applied
> Linguistics, Education, English, Linguistics, Psychology, and
> Sociology.
> Submission Deadline:  February 10
> Submission Guidelines:
> Presentations will be 20 minutes in length followed by a 10-minute
> discussion
> period.  Submissions from graduate students and junior faculty are
> especially
> encouraged.
> Submission of abstracts must be in hard copy and should contain:
> 1)  A hard copy detachable title page that includes:
>     a)the title of the paper
>     b)the author's name, affiliation, postal address, e-mail, and phone
> number
>     c)a list of equipment needed for the presentation (subject to
> availability)
> 2)  SIX HARD COPIES of a 500-1,000 word maximum extended abstract of
> the paper
> that includes:
>    a)the title of the paper and description of the project
>    b)a brief description of methodology
>    c)a description of the data
> 3)  An email sent to lisograd at with Submission in the
> subject
> line and Title Page and Extended Abstract attached in a Rich Text
> Format (.rtf)
> formatted document.  Electronic submissions will not be considered
> unless
> accompanied by hard copies.
> No information identifying the author may appear in the abstract.
> SIX (hard) copies of submitted abstracts and the electronic submission
> must be
> received no later than February 10.
> Papers selected from conference presentations, with the permission of
> the
> author, will be published in the volume of conference proceedings.
> Further inquiries can be addressed via e-mail to:
> lisograd at
> All submissions should be mailed to:
> LISO Graduate Student Association
> Department of Sociology
> Ellison Hall, Room 2834
> University of California, Santa Barbara
> Santa Barbara, CA 93106-9430
> The LISO web page can be viewed at
> Contact conference organizers at lisograd at

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