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GUMPERZ AT 90: THE ETHNOGRAPHY OF COMMUNICATION AND ITS LEGACY
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Sponsored By: Society for Linguistic Anthropology
Friday, November 16, 2012: 8:00 AM-11:45 AM

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This session would be of particular interest to:
Practicing and Applied Anthropologists, Teachers of Anthropology in Community Colleges, Students
Organizers:  Marco Jacquemet (University of San Francisco)
Chairs:  Marco Jacquemet (University of San Francisco)
Discussants:  Monica Heller (University of Toronto) and Alessandro Duranti (University of California Los Angeles)
8:00 AM
John Gumperz's Discourse Strategies
Susan Gal (University of Chicago)
8:15 AM
Codeswitching, Convergence and Comedy: What’s So Funny Now?
Kathryn A Woolard (University of California, San Diego)
8:30 AM
Cultural Differences and Universals In Interaction
Penelope Brown (Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics) and Stephen C Levinson (Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics)
9:00 AM
Ethnography of Communication and History: A Case Study
Jef Verschueren (Antwerp University)
9:15 AM
Discussant
Alessandro Duranti (University of California Los Angeles)
9:30 AM
Break
10:15 AM
Conversational Inference Revisited
Celia Roberts (King's College)
10:30 AM
Crosstalk 2.0: Communicative Breakdowns During Asylum Proceedings 
Marco Jacquemet (University of San Francisco)
10:45 AM
Contextualization In Digital Discourse
Deborah Tannen (Georgetown University)
11:15 AM
Discussant
Monica Heller (University of Toronto)
11:30 AM
Discussion