Monday, October 29, 2012

Dear Colleagues,

On behalf of the American Sociological Association's Section on
Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis, we are writing to
encourage you to submit papers for the next ASA conference, to be held
in New York City, Aug. 10-13, 2013.

Deadline for Paper Submissions is January 9th, 2013. The submission
system opens on December 7th, 2012.

There will be 4 sessions dedicated to our field:

- The regular session on Ethnomethodology will be organized by Tanya
Stivers (UCLA).
- The regular session on Conversation Analysis will be organized by
John Heritage (UCLA).
- The section's session titled "Ethnomethodological Studies of Work
and Organization" that will be held instead of the Council Meeting and
will be organized by Nick Llewellyn (Warwick Business School)
- The section's session titled "Linking Micro and Macro:
Ethnomethodological and Conversation Analytic Contributions" which
will be organized by Tim Halkowski (University of Wisconsin).  This
session addresses the ASA Conference's theme "Linking micro and
macro".  We welcome contributions that show ethnomethodology and
conversation analysis's relevance to this theme.
In the case that we receive a sufficient number of paper submissions, we will
request additional sessions.

The online paper submission system opens December 7th and the deadline
is January 9th. Please see the ASA website for further details on the
2012 conference, and for on-line submission after December 8.

Please note that while the ASA website states that paper submissions
must be 20 pages in length, this is not a firm requirement; papers do
not need to be of article length or ready for publication.  We hope
that the number of proposals will merit extra sessions for our section
in New York. Please start thinking about submitting now, as the
deadline will come quickly once the submission system opens!
Many thanks.

Erik and Dirk

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