ESI - Exploring Social Interaction conference 2021
|ESI conference 2021|
|Dates||2021/06/23 - 2021/06/25|
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|Tweet||The Danish network on human interaction, MOVIN, celebrates its 25th anniversary from June 23-25, 2021 with the conference “Exploring Social Interaction” (ESI).|
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ESI - Exploring Social Interaction conference 2021:
The Danish network on human interaction, MOVIN, celebrates its 25th anniversary from June 23-25, 2021.
The network consists of researchers from Roskilde University, The University of Aalborg, The University of Aarhus, The University of Copenhagen, and The University of Southern Denmark. Throughout more than 25 years MOVIN has conducted a wide range of studies in a variety of settings with a focus on all kinds of aspects of possible relevance to social interaction. With the conference “Exploring Social Interaction”(ESI), we celebrate our cooperation in the network and the research curiosity that characterizes it. Notice that ESI is organized as a virtual event.
Register free of charges at https://hum.nemtilmeld.dk/45/ Conference contact: Johannes Wagner, firstname.lastname@example.org
PROGRAMME (all times are in CEST - Central European Summer Time)
Wednesday, June 23, 2021
09.00-09.30 Opening: Why this now?
09.45-12.00 A grammar of Danish talk-in-interaction With Maria Jørgensen, Aarhus; Nicholas Mikkelsen, Aarhus; Marja-Leena Sorjonen, Helsinki, Jakob Steensig, Aarhus
The GEL project (Grammar in Everyday Life) analyzes three action types in Danish everyday interactions with the purpose of using these action descriptions as a basis for constructing a grammar of Danish talk-in-interaction. In our panel, the current GEL project members (Maria Jørgensen, Nicholas Mikkelsen and Jakob Steensig) will present their results on “proform questions”, requests for immediate action and the use of the final particle ikkå (close to ‘right’, but not quite) and sum up some consequences of these results for a grammatical description. Marja-Leena Sorjonen will then comment on the presented papers and discuss the suggested implications. After this, we open up to a discussion based on discussion points we have set up.
14.30-17.00 Doing leadership in meetings
14.30-14.35 Christian Dyrlund Wåhlin-Jacobsen, Copenhagen: Welcome and Agenda 14.35-14.50 Magnus Larsson, Copenhagen: Leadership in Interaction so far - A brief overview 14.50-14.55 Short break/energizer 14.55-15.30 Jonathan Clifton, Valenciennes: A multimodal approach to leadership in interaction 15.30-15.45 Break 15.45-16.30 Data session 16.30-16.40 Break 16.40-17.00 Wrap-up discussion - where are we going as a field, and what are the tasks and challenges ahead?
18.00-20.30 Exploring blind people in interaction
18.00-18.10 Brian Due, Copenhagen: Introduction - What gets respecified by studying visual impairment as natural practical action? 18.10-18.45 Mark Relieu, Paris: Coping with asymmetry. The production and reception of help proposals from pedestrians to visually impaired persons during a course in Locomotion and Orientation 18.45-18.55 Break 18.55-19.30 Jürgen Streeck and Rachel Chen (Austin): On the Blindism Spectrum 19.30-19.40 Break 19.40-20.15 Rikke Nielsen, Brian L. Due and Louise Lüchow, Copenhagen: Respecifying “glancing”, “searching” and “staring” as digitally mediated practices. 20.15-20.30 General discussion
Thursday, June 24, 2021
09.00-11.30 Travelling together: Exploring train passenger practices. Graphic transcript workshop on 360 train data
09.00-09.10 Laure Bang Lindegaard & Tobias Boelt Back, Aalborg: Presentation of travelling together project 09.10-09.40 Data session 09.40-09.50 Break 09.50-10.00 Eric Laurier, Edinburgh: introduction to graphic transcripts 10.00-10.45 Transcription in groups 10.45-11.30 Presentation of group work and discussion
13.00-15.30 Drawing upon semiotic resources in social interaction – the case of shopping
13.00-13.05 Gitte Rasmussen, Odense: Introduction to the panel 13.05-13.30 Elwys De Stefani, Leuven: On the way to the counter: How shoppers identify purchasable items and how they accomplish couplehood 13.30-13.35 Break 13.35-14.00 Spencer Hazel, Newcastle: Being the phenomenon - the body as tool for studying interaction 14.00-14.10 Break 14.10-14.30 Elisabeth Kristiansen & Gitte Rasmussen, Odense: The role of plastic bags in the routine practice of closing face-to-face buying/selling encounters 14.30-14.40 Break 14.40-15.30 Anja Stuckenbrock, Heidelberg: Noticing things at the market (Data-session)
18.00-20.30 Mobility in shared public space. Interdisciplinary understanding of the system characteristics of Traffic
18.00-18.10 Kristian Mortensen, Kolding: Introduction 18.10-18.25 David Sirkin, Stanford & Rebecca Currano, Stanford: Exploring the complexities of situation awareness in automated driving 18.25-18.40 Wendy Ju, New York: Where did this AV learn to drive? 18.40-18.55 Erik Vinkhuyzen, Silicon Valley: Beyond eHMI: communication between AVs and people on the road 18.55-19.05 Break 19.05-19.20 Kristian Mortensen, Kolding & Johannes Wagner, Kolding: Good reasons for bending the rules 19.20-19.45 Kerstin Fischer, Sønderborg: How feasible is doing being oblivious on a robot? 19.45-20.00 Antonia Krummheuer, Aalborg: Setting the turn signal. The situated and moral order of wheelchair navigation in a supermarket 20.00-20.30 Discussion
Friday, June 25, 2021
09.30-12.00 Professionals’ video-mediated encounters
09:30-09:35 Social opening 09:35-09:55 Mie Femø Nielsen, Copenhagen: Using professionals' video-mediated encounters to study formality 09:55-10:00 Physical energizer 10:00-10:30 Brian Due, Rikke Nielsen, Louise Lüchow (all Copenhagen): Video-Mediated Interaction and blindness: Preliminary observations on the accomplishment of organizing a face-to-screenface formation without sight. 10:30-10:40 Screen break 10:40-11:00 Bergur Rønne Moberg, Copenhagen: Respecifying presence 11:00-11:15 Eye exercise and social break 11:15-11:35 Discussant: Jan Svennevig, Kistiansand 11:35-12:00 Facilitated open floor discussion with mix of written and verbal input
13.30-16.00 Interactional approaches to second language learning and teaching
13.30-13.40 Johannes Wagner, Kolding: Introduction 13.40-14.00 Marta Kirilova, Copenhagen: ’Getting the job done’: Conventional expressions and their meaning for L2-learning – a case from a job interview 14.00-14.20 Guðrún Theódórsdóttir, Reykjavik & Søren Wind Eskildsen, Kolding: Learning L2 Icelandic in the wild: The case of requesting in service encounters 14.20-14.40 Louise Tranekær & Catherine E. Brouwer: From EMCA to gameplay – building second language learning games from etnomethodological findings. 14.40-14.50 Break 14.50-15.10 Tim Greer, Kobe & Johannes Wagner, Kolding: Study abroad interactions in the life world 15.20-15.40 Niina Lilja, Tampere: Language on the side: instructing manual and bodily actions in second language contexts 15.40-16.00 Concluding Discussion: What is the status of the field? What do we need to do next?