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Intersubjectivity in Action

Galina Bolden  | Published on Sunday, October 23, 2016
The conference will host plenary presentations and individual presentations by participants. Possible themes include different kinds of linguistic, embodied and multimodal practices in achieving and maintaining intersubjectivity, intersubjective understanding in constructing and interpreting sequences of action as well as the interface of emotion and intersubjectivity. We welcome both empirical and theoretical presentations, as long as they have a clear focus on social interaction. Similarly, while our main theoretical and methodological framework is conversation analysis, we also welcome presentations that adopt other approaches, including, for example, interactional linguistics, construction grammar, gesture studies and psychophysiology.