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IADA2019
Type Conference
Categoryies (tags) Uncategorized
Dates 2019/07/24 - 2019/07/27
Link https://www.uwp.edu/learn/departments/communication/iada-2019.cfm
Address Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
Geolocation 43° 2' 20", -87° 54' 23"
Abstract due 2019/02/15
Submission deadline 2019/02/15
Final version due
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Call for Papers: International Association for Dialogue Analysis Conference, Milwaukee, July 2019

The 2019 IADA conference will be held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, July 24-27. The deadline for extended abstracts and panel proposals is February 15, 2019. For additional information, please see: https://www.uwp.edu/learn/departments/communication/iada-2019.cfm

The conference theme is “Dialogic Matters: Social and Material Challenges for Dialogue in the 21st Century.” IADA 2019 invites presentations and panels that explore the various interconnections of dialogue, matter, matters of concern, and materiality. What are the specific social and material conditions which actually permit or facilitate dialogue?

The conference will explore issues including the relevance and potential impact of various forms of dialogue on agency and action, the role of dialogue in addressing societal, political, cultural, medical, environmental, scientific, and technological 'matters of concern'. Proposals from any academic discipline addressing questions related to dialogue and dialogue studies are welcome.

Questions regarding the conference may be directed to Theresa Castor, iada2019@uwp.edu