How to help
Get an account
EMCA Wiki is a resource for information on Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis, it is built with help from the EMCA community. If you would like to submit information and help keep it up to date, please get in touch.
At the moment, the wiki is only editable by registered users. To get an account, please email email@example.com and we will create one for you.
Submit bibliographical information
You can help us keep the bibliographies up to date by Adding bibliography entries in a variety of ways.
Submit other information
Please also add new information about conferences, calls for proposals, new EMCA resources available and other EMCA news. Either contact us to get an account so you can add the information yourself, or email us the info and we'll update the site.
Help host / maintain this wiki
EMCA wiki is hosted in an ad-hoc fashion for the moment, and it's only in a test version. If you are a systems administrator, or you or your organisation can offer secure, long-term hosting for the wiki, please get in touch. The technical system requirements roughly correspond to the requirements for mediawiki. If you run a university department that might have these kinds of technical resources, please put them in touch with the wiki admins. We'd love to hear from you!