Reading Group Discussion
As a group, LISO members will read and discuss select chapters related if the recent book of our CLIC colleague and friend, UCLA Department of Anthropology Distinguished Professor Emerita Dr. Marjorie Harness (Candy) Goodwin, titled:
Embodied Family Choreography: Practices of Control, Care, and Mundane Creativity (Directions in Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis, 1st Edition), by Marjorie Harness Goodwin & Asta Cekaite, Routledge
Yumei Gan (Sociology, Video Analysis, Science and Technology (VAST) Research Group, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, and Fulbright Fellow, UCLA (2019-2020))
"Orchestrated openings in video calls: getting young left-behind children to greet their migrant parents to reaffirm their filial love"
Authors: Yumei Gan, Christian Greiffenhagen, & Christian Licoppe
Kira Hall (Linguistics and Anthropology, University of Colorado, Boulder)
This year’s Professor John J. Gumperz Memorial Lecture: "Accent, Interaction, and Intimacy on the Autism Spectrum"