IPrA2021: Hofstetter: Power screams and bodily motivated sounds

Hofstetter is presenting at IPrA2021 with the paper "Interactionally situating the power scream: Analyzing bodily motivated vocalizations", IPrA, June 27-July 2, Winterthur, Switzerland. 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 …

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 …

Hofstetter: Field camera rigs

Hofstetter has written a tutorial on creating your own mobile camera backpack rig, particularly for capturing video of rock climbers at height. You can read it in the ISCA Forum Newsletter, an online informal publication for interactional researchers.