IADA Program Details

Tuesday,

March 30,

2004

Wednesday,

March 31,

2004

Thursday,

April 1,

2004

Friday,

April 2,

2004

Saturday,

April 3,

2004

 

IADA Workshop Event Map Link

Tuesday, March 30, 2004

TIME EVENT LOCATION

4:00— 5:30

REGISTRATION & CHECK-IN

Lobby Outside Classroom Building: Lecture Hall 1002

5:30— 6:00

OPENING CEREMONY:

Classroom Building: Lecture Hall 1002

6:00— 7:00

OPENING PLENARY:

Edda Weigand

Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster

“The End of Certainty in Dialogue Analysis”

Classroom Building: Lecture Hall 1002

 

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Wednesday, March 31, 2004  

TIME EVENT LOCATION

8:00— 12:00

REGISTRATION & CHECK-IN

Lobby Outside Golden Eagles Room

9:00— 10:00

A.M. PLENARY:

Anita Fetzer

University of Lueneburg

“Validity Claims in Context: Monologue Meets Dialogue”

Student Union: SU-003

10:00— 10:30

COFFEE

Student Union: Golden Eagles Anteroom

10:30— 11:00

Stefanie Schnöring

University of Münster

“Dialogic Action Games: Bridging the Gap between Theory, Research and Practice”

Student Union: Golden Eagles Room

11:00— 11:30

Kyoko Arai

Nihon University

“An Analysis of Non-sentential Utterances (in the Framework of Relevance Theory)”

Student Union: Golden Eagles Room

11:30— 12:00

Hiroko Furo

Illinois Wesleyan University

“Turn Construction Units in English and Japanese Telephone and Face-to-Face Conversations”

Student Union: Golden Eagles Room

12:00— 12:30

Brian Doyle

Northeastern Illinois University

“Endangered Discourse: Oral History as a Method for Reversing Language Shift”

Student Union: Golden Eagles Room

12:30— 1:30

LUNCH

Cafeteria or Local Restaurants

1:30— 2:00

Valerij Dem'jankov

Moscow State Lomonosov University

“On the Interpretive Approach to Dialogue Analysis”

Student Union: Golden Eagles Room

2:00— 2:30

Stuart Stewart

Southeastern Louisiana University

“It Doesn’t Get any Better than This: Pura Vida in Costa Rica”

Student Union: Golden Eagles Room

2:30— 3:00

Nieves Hernández-Flores

Copenhagen Business School

“Politeness as an ‘Ideal Balance’ of Face: An Analysis of Conversations in Spain”

Student Union: Golden Eagles Room

3:00— 3:30

Olga Chesnokova

Russian Peoples’ Friendship University

“Cross-cultural Approach to a Dialogue: Communicative Strategies in Russian and Spanish”

Student Union: Golden Eagles Room

3:30— 4:00

Yasemin Bayyurt

Bogazici University

“The Influence of Topic Choice on the Language Use of Female and Male University Students in an EFL Context”

Student Union: Golden Eagles Room

4:00— 4:30

TEA

Student Union: Golden Eagles Anteroom

4:30— 5:00

Jeanine Ntihirageza

Northeastern Illinois University

“‘Cool’ versus ‘Non-cool’ Languages in Codeswitching: The Case of a Quadrilingual Situation”

Student Union: SU-003

5:00— 6:00

P.M. PLENARY:

Franz Hundsnurscher

Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster

“A Competence Model for Well-formed Dialogues: Dialogue Grammar”

Student Union: SU-003

 

6:30— 9:00   CONFERENCE DINNER   Reza’s Restaurant in Andersonville  

 

 

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Thursday, April 1, 2004   

TIME EVENT LOCATION

8:00— 12:00

REGISTRATION & CHECK-IN

Lobby Outside Golden Eagles Room

9:00— 10:00

A.M. PLENARY:

Karin Aijmer

Göteborg University

“Dialogue Analysis in a Cross-linguistic Perspective”

Student Union: SU-003

10:00— 10:30

COFFEE

Student Union: Golden Eagles Anteroom

10:30— 11:00

Joanna Szerszunowicz

University of Bialystok

“Comparative Analysis of Small Talk in English and Polish”

Student Union: Golden Eagles Room

11:00— 11:30

Francesca Carota

Università di Pisa

“Gathering Common Ground on the Topic under Negotiation: The Role of Italian Contrastive Markers”

Student Union: Golden Eagles Room

11:30— 12:00

Johanna Miecznikowski

University of Basel

“Modality and Conversational Structure in French”

Student Union: Golden Eagles Room

12:00— 12:30

Marco Shappeck

University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign

“Spatial Deixis and the Formation of Linguistic ‘Habitus’ in Chatroom Discourse”

Student Union: Golden Eagles Room

12:30— 1:30

LUNCH

Cafeteria or Local Restaurants

1:30— 2:00

Andriy Myachykov

University of Oregon

“Subject Assignment, Word Order and Focal Attention in Languages with Fixed and Flexible Word Order”

Student Union: Golden Eagles Room

2:00— 2:30

Lenke Nemeth

University of Debrecen

“A Subjectivity Formation Model for Dialogue Analysis in Drama”

Student Union: Golden Eagles Room

2:30— 3:00

Jocelyn T. Graf  

Proficia Lingua, Inc.

“Who’s In and Who’s Out? Negotiating Identities in Written Narrative”

Student Union: Golden Eagles Room

3:00— 3:30

Christian Hudelot

Université René Descartes

“The Use of a Functional Dialogic Model of Verbal Interlocution to Compare How Nurses and Teachers Scaffold Three-year-old Children”

Student Union: Golden Eagles Room

3:30— 4:00

Katharina J.Rohlfing & Soonja Choi

University of Chicago / San Diego State University

“Getting You to Understand: How Mothers Instruct Their Children to Put Two Things Together”

Student Union: Golden Eagles Room

4:00— 4:30

TEA

Student Union: Golden Eagles Anteroom

4:30— 5:00

Jean-Paul Roux & Mireille Froment

IUFM Aix-Marseilles PsyCLE / University of Paris

“Travail de Groupe à l’École, Actes de Langage, Médiations Cognitivo-langagières, et Inférences sur les Processus Psychologiques et Didactiques Impliqués”

Student Union: SU-003

5:00— 6:00

P.M. PLENARY:

Douglas Macbeth

Ohio State University

“Sequential Analysis in an Ethnomethodological Key: Order without Theory”

Student Union: SU-003

 

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Friday, April 2, 2004  

TIME EVENT LOCATION

9:00— 10:00

A.M. PLENARY:

Hervé Varenne

Teachers College, Columbia University

“The Production of Difference in Interaction: On Culturing Conversation through Play”

Student Union: SU-003

10:00— 10:30

COFFEE

Student Union: Golden Eagles Anteroom

10:30— 11:00

Herta Maurer-Lausegger

University of Klagenfurt

“Audiovisual Dialetology: Methodology and Theoretical Considerations”

Student Union: Golden Eagles Room

11:00— 11:30

Richard Hallett & Judith Kaplan-Weinger

Northeastern Illinois University

“‘And Now for Your Moment of Zen’: A Multi-modal Discourse Analysis of Humor in the Daily Show with Jon Stewart

Student Union: Golden Eagles Room

11:30— 12:00

Northeastern Illinois University

Student Union: Golden Eagles Room

12:00— 12:30

Ingrid Stockburger

Georgetown University

“Magazine Text as Dialogue: The Case of Bust Magazine”

Student Union: Golden Eagles Room

12:30— 1:30

LUNCH

Cafeteria or Local Restaurants

1:30— 2:00

Paul B. Bick

Northeastern Illinois University

“Dialectic Ideologies: Critical Discourse Analysis and the Reconstruction of Corporate and Consumer Identities in Alternative Media”

Student Union: Golden Eagles Room

2:00— 2:30

Clara Burgo

University of Illinois at Chicago

“Reporting Verbs in Spanish and French Press: Informant’s or Speaker’s Perspective?”

Student Union: Golden Eagles Room

2:30— 3:00

Maria Langleben

University of Jerusalem

“On the Explicitness of Themes in Literary Dialogue”

Student Union: Golden Eagles Room

3:00— 3:30

Julia Bamford

Università di Roma

Dialogue in Monologue: The Case of Academic Lectures”

Student Union: Golden Eagles Room

3:30— 4:00

Ernest Hess-Lüttich

University of Bern

“Dialogue Theory: A Socio-Semiotic Approach”

Student Union: Golden Eagles Room

4:00— 4:30

TEA

Student Union: Golden Eagles Anteroom

4:30— 5:00

Jackie Schön
Lab. J. Lordat, University of Toulouse-Le Mirail

“About French Expletion as Expression of Magical Belief”

Student Union: SU-003

5:00— 6:00

P.M. PLENARY:

Talbot Taylor

College of William and Mary

“Talking about Dialogue: A Rhetoric of Analysis”

Student Union: SU-003

 

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Saturday, April 3, 2004  

TIME EVENT LOCATION

9:00— 10:00

CLOSING PLENARY:

Lawrence N. Berlin

Northeastern Illinois University

“Grounded Theory and its Benefits for Dialogue Analysis”

Classroom Building: Lecture Hall 1002

10:00— 10:30

Closing Ceremony

Classroom Building: Lecture Hall 1002

 

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