European Conference on Conversation Analysis 2020 (ECCA2020)

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Type Conference
Categoryies (tags) Uncategorized
Dates 2020/06/29 - 2020/06/30
Address Nijmegen, NL
Geolocation 51° 50' 42", 5° 50' 34"
Abstract due 2020/02/02
Submission deadline 2020/02/02
Final version due
Notification date
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European Conference on Conversation Analysis 2020 (ECCA2020):


The first European Conference of Conversation Analysis, jointly organised by the universities of Nijmegen, Groningen, Utrecht, Amsterdam and the Erasmus Medical Centre, will be held on June 29-30, 2020 at Radboud University in Nijmegen, The Netherlands.

This new and informal conference will be a place for early- and mid-career researchers to discuss work-in-progress in an interactive and small-scale environment. You are welcome to submit any work-in-progress concerning social interaction from a conversation-analytic and/or interactional linguistic perspective. To stimulate and maintain engaging discussions, we strive for a limited number of participants (maximum of 70).

Keynote speakers

  • Melisa Stevanovic (University of Helsinki)
  • Saul Albert (Loughborough University)

Call for papers

We invite contributions in three formats: original oral papers, data sessions and poster presentations.

Original papers

Papers present original work-in-progress (10-15 minutes), followed by discussion (15 -20 minutes). Goal of the presentations is to further work-in-progress (in analysis and/or towards publication).

Data sessions

Data sessions present data collections with a clear focus on a particular phenomenon and research question, (1 hour).

Poster presentations

Poster presentations are plenary and allow participants to present their work in short presentations based on the discussion/analysis of a single data excerpt (5 minutes), followed by an opportunity to interact with the presenters individually on the basis of the full poster (30 minutes).


Please describe your contribution in 300-500 words and indicate whether it is intended as a paper, data session or poster.

Contributions in PDF format are to be submitted by email via

Deadline for submission of abstracts is February 2nd, 2020 (notification of acceptance: March 1st).

Further information / Contact: