IPrA2021: Non-lexicals and multisensoriality panel

Hofstetter and Keevallik have organized a panel at IPrA2021 on non-lexical vocalizations and how they are used to do sensory work, "Nonlexical vocalizations and the sensing body", IPrA, June 27-July 2, Winterthur, Switzerland. We are joined by the following experts and their research presentations: Emily Hofstetter. Interactionally situating the power scream: Analyzing bodily motivated vocalizations …

Keevallik @ Linköping University: Varför grymtar man på gymmet?

Keevallik has appeared in Linköping University's lecture series Populärvetenskapliga Veckan 2020 (Popular Science Week). The lecture covers an introduction to non-lexical vocalizations (in Swedish). Abstract: Leelo Keevallik, professor i språk och kultur Människor uttalar olika märkliga ljud, såsom att man säger mmm när maten smakar gott eller utbrister ett besviket uaaah när motspelaren gör ett …

Weatherall et al: Multimodality and temporality of pain displays

Weatherall et al. have a forthcoming publication in Language & Communication on pain displays with multimodal resources. The Multimodality and Temporality of Pain Displays Ann Weatherall, Leelo Keevallik, Jessica La, Tony Dowell, Maria Stubbe Abstract The present paper takes an interactional approach to the problem of communicating pain. We ask how a shared understanding of …

Special Issue: Keevallik & Ogden: Sounds on the margins of language

Keevallik and Ogden have edited a special issue on Sounds on the margins of language - non-lexical vocalizations, response cries, whistles, breathing, and other 'liminal signs' (as Dingemanse writes in his discussant review of the special issue). Abstract: What do people do with sniffs, lip-smacks, grunts, moans, sighs, whistles, and clicks, where these are not …

ICCA2018: Hofstetter – Moans in board games

Hofstetter presented this talk at the International Conference on Conversation Analysis, Loughborough, UK, July 2018. In this paper, I examine non-lexical vocalizations (NLVs) in board game interactions, focusing on ‘moans’. Moan tokens are prolonged (M=0.5 seconds), voiced, falling-pitch response cries that are typically at lower pitch than surrounding talk. Moans respond to a prior game …

ICCA2018: Panel – Non-lexical vocalisations in interaction

Keevallik and Ogden organized a panel of 11 presentations on different non-lexical vocalisations at ICCA2018. In order of presentation, the panel included: Samu Pehkonen. Vocalising (dis) affiliation with a running buddy:h(h)uh huh prefaced turns in Finnish Edward Reynolds. “When I heard the O! I was like ooh ooh”: the phonetics of flooding out Elliott Hoey. …