CLASP III - Fall 2011
Conference on Culture, Language and Social Practice
October 7-9, 2011 at the University of Colorado at Boulder
Friday and Saturday, October 7 and 8, registration and all workshops, plenary speeches, and concurrent sessions will be held in the Eaton Humanities building (next to Norlin library).
Sunday, October 9, registration and all plenary speeches and concurrent sessions will be held in the Hellems building on the Norlin Quad.
The Schedule button to the left has more detailed information on workshops, plenary sessions, and concurrent sessions.
Guidelines for panelists
All papers selected for the conference have been placed on a panel. Click the "Schedule" button on the left to view the panel schedule. Click here to view guidelines for panelists: Guidelines
All papers selected for the conference have been placed on a panel. Click the "Schedule" button on the left to view the panel schedule. Click here to view the descriptions for all papers selected for the conference. The descriptions are in alphabetical order by presenter's last name: Paper descriptions
Conference registration now open
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Conference schedule now available
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Hotel and travel information available
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Dr. David Boromisza-Habashi, Department of Communications, University of Colorado-Boulder.
Plenary title: Communal Dilemmas in the Context of Democratic Interventions into Public Discourse
Click here for plenary description: Dr. Boromisza-Habashi
Dr. Andrew Cowell, Department of Linguistics, University of Colorado-Boulder
Plenary title: Video Documentation in Linguistic Anthropology: Investigating Multi-modal Interaction Strategies
Click here for plenary description: Dr. Cowell
Dr. Cecelia Ford, Departments of English and Sociology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Plenary title: Multimodal "grammar" at the borders of turns: Prospective and retrospective work in transition spaces.
Click here for plenary description: Dr. Ford
Dr. Marjorie Harness Goodwin, Department of Anthropology, University of California-Los Angeles
Plenary title: Multimodality in Family Directive-Response Sequences
Click here for plenary description: Dr. Goodwin
Please direct any questions about the conference to clasp.conference AT gmail.com
About the Conference
The CLASP Program at the University of Colorado is an interdisciplinary forum for scholars with interrelated research interests in the sociocultural and sociopolitical analysis of language. The CLASP Conference, now in its third year, is organized at all levels by graduate students in the program. More information about CLASP may be found here, or by contacting the director, Kira Hall.