Anthropology Course 254
Faculty Organizer: Professors Erica Cartmill (Fall), Alessandro Duranti (Winter) and Paul Kroskrity (Spring)
Schedule: Tuesdays 12:00-2:00 PM
Location: Haines 352
This lab provides opportunities for students and faculty to share their ongoing research and to present original work-in-progress such as conference papers or thesis or dissertation work, and to receive productive commentary.
The lab also provides a professionalization series for all graduate students—from proposal writing, to fieldwork method discussion, to the last years of writing the dissertation and applying for jobs.
This lab can be taken for course credit by or can be attended on an informal basis. In order to receive announcements of upcoming labs, you can join the listserv by emailing discourselab [at] lists [dot] ucla [dot] edu.
Faculty Organizer: Professor Giovanni Rossi for 2019-2020
Schedule: Thursdays 5:00-6:30 PM (meetings not held every week)
Location: Varies, see linked schedule
This group is run by faculty in the Sociology Department, and is facilitated by student coordinators. In 2019-2020 the faculty lead is Professor Giovanni Rossi, and the student assistants are Luis-Manuel Olguin and Kristella Montiegel. In order to receive announcements of upcoming events, please email lmolguin [at] ucla [dot] edu or kmontiegel [at] ucla [dot] edu.
The CA Working Group continues to foster the growing community of conversation analytic scholars through a facilitation of scholarly exchange between faculty and graduate students within the Department. Our primary goal is to establish and strengthen ties between graduate students and faculty working in our field within the Department of Sociology. At present the CA faculty have a range of courses and data analysis seminars detailing the substance and methodology of conversation analysis. The working group is distinctive in providing a forum in which students can try out ideas for potential publications, showcase their own data sets, and test run relatively developed papers for conferences and symposia. Correspondingly, the working group provides students and faculty with an opportunity to witness and provide critical feedback on works in progress by faculty and other scholars.
ANTHRO 221- Behavior, Evolution, and Culture
Mondays 12:00-1:20 PM, Haines Hall 253
Professor Erica Cartmill
SOC M124a/244a: Conversational Structures
Tuesdays & Thursdays 9:30-10:45AM, Bunche Hall 2209A
Professor Steven Clayman
SOC 289A– Practicum in Conversation Analysis: Data Analysis
Thursdays 3:30-5:20PM, Haines Hall A33
Professor Tanya Stivers
*This course requires completion of courses 244A and 244B.