Wiggins & Keevallik: Enacting gustatory pleasure on behalf of another

Wiggins and Keevallik have published a new article on how mothers use 'mm' sounds when feeding their infants, entitled 'Enacting gustatory pleasure on behalf of another: The multimodal coordination of infant tasting practices.' Available in Symbolic Interaction, open access. Abstract: Tasting as a social practice can be enacted on behalf of others through precisely positioned …

Pelikan: IEEE HRI: Autonomous buses

Pelikan with Broth and Keevallik presented a workshop (peer reviewed) at the Workshop The Forgotten in HRI: Incidental Encounters with Robots in Public Spaces at the 2020 ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI ’20). The workshop was entitled: Designing for Incidental Encounters with Autonomous Buses: An Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis Approach.

Pelikan: IEEE HRI: Intermediate level knowledge

Pelikan presented a workshop (peer reviewed) at the first international workshop on Designerly HRI Knowledge held in conjunction with the 29th IEEE International Conference on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (RO-MAN 2020), entitled: Intermediate-Level Knowledge: A Conversation Analysis Perspective.

Pelikan: HRI Companion: Social robots

Kontogiorgos and Pelikan presented at the 2020 ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI ’20 Companion), March 23–26, Cambridge, United Kingdom. Their paper was entitled 'Towards Adaptive and Least-Collaborative-Effort Social Robots'.  https://doi.org/10.1145/3371382.3378249 Abstract: In the future, assistive social robots will collaborate with humans in a variety of settings. Robots will not only follow human orders but will …

Check out the new textbook in Swedish!

Although not specifically coming out of this project, several of our team members worked on the new Swedish textbook explaining conversation analysis: Multimodal Interaktionsanalys, edited by Mathias Broth and Leelo Keevallik. Within the textbook, please see chapters from our team: Broth & Keevallik: Multimodal interaktionsanalys – att studera mänskligt samspel Keevallik: Grammatik Pelikan, Keevallik & …

Löfgren: ECCA 2020: Song versus talk during depictions

Löfgren presented at the European Conference on Conversation Analysis, June 30, 2020: Song versus talk during depictions in proposal sequences at opera rehearsals - Intersubjectivity and vocal modality. Abstract The aim of the present paper is to explore singing as a resource in singer proposals duringscenic opera rehearsals. It will be shown how singing within …

Hofstetter: Achieving preallocation in turn taking

Hofstetter has published an article in Discourse Processes: Achieving Preallocation: Turn Transition Practices in Board Games. Abstract: This paper contributes an analysis of practices for managing a preallocated turn-taking system in board games, expanding existing studies of preallocation beyond question-answer sequences. Although board games have existed for thousands of years across human cultures, and despite …

Linguistweets: Hofstetter: Interactionally situating the power scream

Hofstetter will be presenting at Linguistweets 2020, December 5th, on "Interactionally situating the power scream: Bodily motivated vocalizations." Abstract: Everyday interaction is filled with sounds that are connected to bodily events: breathing, sniffing (Hoey, 2020), crying (Hepburn, 2004), grunting, and so on. Most linguistic theories, however, exclude the body from consideration, arguing its contributions are …