Welcome to the State of Talk podcast, brought to you by the International Society for Conversation Analysis. In this episode, Saul Albert (Loughborough University) conducts a data session with Professor Mardi Kidwell. Professor Kidwell is chair of the department of communication at the University of New Hampshire. Her research deals with all aspects of embodied communication and has centred on studies of police–citizen communication and children’s communication. Her contributions to fundamental conversation analytic work have focused on gaze, facial and bodily orientations, mutual attentiveness and availability, and the overall coordination of practical meaning in interaction.
Welcome to the State of Talk podcast. For this episode Elliott Hoey interviews Prof. Anne Warfield Rawls, Professor of Sociology at Bentlee University and Research Professor of Socio-informatics at the University of Siegen. We got to talk to Anne about a new and incredibly timely and important anthology of papers she put together with Waverly Duck and Kevin Whitehead called Black Lives Matter: Ethnomethodological and Conversation Analytic Studies of Race and Systemic Racism in Everyday Interaction.
Welcome to the DARGchive, hosted by the State of Talk podcast. This third episode republishes an interview with Professor Charles Antaki from the wonderful DARGchive, based at Loughborough University’s Centre for Research in Communication and Culture.
Welcome back to the State of Talk podcast. For this second episode Dr Emily Hofstetter talks to Prof. Leelo Keevalik about a piece of video data involving a syntactic-bodily unit used in a collaborative completion by a teacher and a student in a partner dance class.
Welcome to the kick-start of the State of Talk podcast. For this first episode we interview Prof Rod Gardner. We got to talk about some of the history of CA in Australia, some of the fascinating multi-modal work their team is doing in remote Australia and a return to ‘mmm’.