3rd Copenhagen Multimodality Day 2017 – University of Copenhagen

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3rd Copenhagen Multimodality Day 2017

Multimodality Day is an annual research seminar held at the University of Copenhagen, Department of Nordic Studies and Linguistics. The aim of the seminar is to bring together researchers who study interaction from a multimodal perspective. This one-day research sem­inar is being prepared by Brian Due bdue@hum.ku.dk and organized by the Centre for Interaction Research and Communication Design at the University of Copenhagen. 

SECTION 1

Pushing the boundaries of EMCA


9.00 – 9.30
Coffee and welcome

9.30 – 10.00
Finding the taste of whisky
Kristian Mortensen & Johannes Wagner
University of Southern Denmark

10.00 – 10.30
Recording co-present and distributed news production for interaction analysis
Mathias Broth and Mattias Arvola
Linköpings universitet

15 min. SHORT BREAK

10.45 – 11.15
Nature tours
Pirkko Liisa Raudaskoski
Aalborg University

11.15 – 11.45
Moving with horses. Haptic communication in animal-assisted psychotherapeutic interaction
Chole Mondeme
University of Southern Denmark
Kimmo Svinhufvud
University of Helsinki

11.45 – 12.45 LUNCH

12.45 – 13.45 KEYNOTE SPEECH
Why Multimodality? Why Co-Operative Action?
Charles Goodwin

13.45 – 14.00 COFFEE BREAK

SECTION 2

Touching other people


14.00 – 14.30
Social touch and ‘carnal subjectivity’:
Lamination of affection and control in
embodied social interaction
Asta Cekaite
Linköping University

14.30 – 15.00
Touch during instructions in elderly care
Ann Katrine Marstrand
University of Southern Denmark
Jan Svennevig
University of Oslo

15.00 – 15.30
Touching as part of interaction in an old people’s home: How are interpersonal
relationships constructed multimodally?
Kaarina Mononem
University of Helsinki

15 min. SHORT BREAK

SECTION 3

15.45 – 16.15
Telling stories and using technologies
(Very short presentations)

Collaborative storytelling in multiparty conversations of persons with aphasia.
A multimodal analysis
Gerda Helene Killmer
University of Oslo

Transcending the machine:
Tacit multimodal negotiation of
accountability in human-drone interaction
Rasmus Gahrn-Andersen
University of Southern Denmark

Closings in technology-mediated business meetings
Tuire Oittinen
University of Jyväskylä

Crossing the line: Personal space in
collaborative design
Bo Christensen and Sille Abildgaard
Copenhagen Business School
16.15 – 16.30 DISCUSSION AND QUESTIONS

SECTION 4


16.30 – 17-00
Learning in different contexts
(Very short presentations)

‘No, you are doing it right.’.
An investigation into how student nurses learn to use objects in a clinical health care setting
Malene Kjær
Aalborg University

Constructing meaning and limits to negoti­ation of meaning: Investigating embodied word searches in L2 speaking tests’
Maria Rydell
Stockholm University

Embodied instruction in the management of a children’s choir
Ali Reza Majlesi
Stockholm University
Ann-Charlotte Rohman-Roth
Linnaeus University

Gestural meaning-making in
psychotherapy: enacting non-local pat­terns in local interaction
Sara Bro and Johanne Stege
University of Southern Denmark

17.00 – 17.30 DISCUSSION AND QUESTIONS

19.00 – DINNER DOWNTOWN

Keynote speaker

Charles Goodwin is distinguished Professor of Communications Studies and Applied Linguistics. Professor Goodwin’s research focuses on many aspects of language and interaction, including the co-construction of meaning, the ethnography of science, aphasia as a social process, and the social organization of perception through language use. His research focuses on the organization of language, action and embodiment within human interaction. To investigate this, he uses video to record what people do in a variety of settings including family interaction, the work of archaeologists, oceanographers and geologists, aphasia in discourse, children at play, etc.
He is interested in how individual actions are co-operatively built by combining different resources such as language, prosody, gaze, gesture and objects.

Registration

The seminar is free of charge, but participants should email lachtane@hum.ku.dk for registration