TALKS & PRESENTATIONS

Selected Talks & Presentations

2017 

  • Upgrading/downgrading in interaction. Panel Co-Organizer (Lead organizer, with J. Bilmes). International Pragmatics Conference (IPrA). Belfast, Northern Ireland. (July, 2017)
  • Managing Researcher Dilemmas in Narrative Interview Data and Analysis. Part of the colloquium, “Messy research in applied linguistics: methodological realities, problems and honest reporting when social research goes awry,” organized by Jim McKinley & Heath Rose. American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL). Portland, OR. (March 18, 2017)

  • Emotion and Second Language Learning. English Applied Linguistics Speaker Series. University of Arizona. (January 27, 2017)

2016

  • Identity in Action: Moving forward with Membership Categorization Analysis. Panel Co-Organizer (with G. Kasper). American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL). Orlando, Florida. (April, 2016)
  • “Whose term now”: Emotionality and conflict in qualitative research interviews. 14th International Pragmatics Association Conference. Antwerp, Belgium. (July 2015)

2015

  • Taking stock of ‘small stories’. American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL). Toronto, Canada. (March, 2015)
  • Qualitative interviewing as a ‘negative’ emotional practice: An applied CA perspective. Part of a colloquium on “Inside knowledge production in applied linguistics: Research methods in interaction. (Organized by Gabriele Kasper and Steve Ross; Steven Talmy, discussant). American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL). Toronto, Canada. (March, 2015)

2014

  • “Psychologically speaking”: Emotion (re)formulations in L2 autobiographic research. American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL). Portland, OR. (March, 2014)

2013

  • Co-constructing stance in bilingual interviews: A discursive case study. Co-presentation with A. Ohta. Second Language Research Forum. Salt Lake City, UT. (Oct. 2013)
  • Categorization in multilingual storytelling. 13th International Pragmatics Association Conference. New Delhi, India. (Sept. 2013)
  • Membership categorization as a “therapeutic” resource in an L2 autobiographic narrative. 13th International Pragmatics Association Conference. New Delhi, India. (Sept. 2013)
  • Investigating emotion in applied linguistics. American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL). Dallas, TX. (March, 2013)
  • Investigating emotion in applied linguistics: A discursive approach. American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL). Dallas, TX. (March, 2013)

 2012

  • The discursive management of stake and interest in the Toyota recall hearings. Co-presentation with T. Furukawa. 111th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association. San Francisco, CA. (November, 2012)
  • Discursive construction of emotion in multilingual interaction. Introduction (with Kasper). 19th Sociolinguistic Symposium, Berlin. (August, 2012)
  • “He said… I thought…”: Represented talk and thought (RTT) as resources for representing emotion in second language complaint stories. 19th Sociolinguistic Symposium, Berlin. (August, 2012)
  • “You said that?”: Recipient challenges to represented talk. Co-presentation with G. Kasper. American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL). Chicago, IL. (March, 2012)

2011

  • “No, I said that in my mind”: Representing speech and thought in L2 complaint stories. 12th International Pragmatics Association Conference (IPrA). (Manchester, England. July, 2011)
  • Discursive approaches to emotions in L2 talk. Panel co-organizer (with G. Kasper) and Presenter. American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL). Chicago, IL. (March, 2011).
  • Emotions in interaction: A discursive psychological approach to L2 talk. National Association for Bilingual Education (NABE). New Orleans, LA. (February, 2011)
  • “In my roots I’m Chinese”: Anchoring identity in narratives of dislocation. American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL) Conference. Atlanta, GA. (March, 2011)

 2010

  • “Blood and belonging: Anchoring the transcultural body.” East-West Center International Graduate Student Conference. Honolulu, HI. (February, 2010)

2009

  • Reframing a “failed” L2 research interview: A discursive examination of multiple activities in interaction. American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL) Conference. Denver, CO. (March, 2009)

 2008

  • “They called me a name”: Discourse, othering, and language socialization. Language, Culture, and Mind III (LCM3) Conference. Odense, Denmark. (July, 2008)
  • “That’s the real thing”: Interviews as discourse and interaction” (as part of a colloquium convened by S. Talmy and K. Richards titled “Reappraising the interview in applied linguistics research: Whose truth, whose voice, what theory?”) American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL) Conference. Washington, D.C. (March, 2008)

 2007

  • Audible lives, visible changes: The transformative potential of L2 narrative inquiry. American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL) Conference. Costa Mesa, CA. (April, 2007)
  • Emotion narratives as discursive resources: “Same” story, different purpose. International Society of Language Studies (ISLS) Conference. Honolulu, HI. (April, 2007)
  • Emotion discourse as a resource in L2 narratives and talk. Pragmatics & Language Learning (PLL) Conference. University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, Honolulu, HI. (March, 2007)
  • Approaches to L2 narrative Inquiry. Hawai’i TESOL Conference. Honolulu, HI. (February, 2007)

 2006

  • Rationalizing and performing anger in autobiographical L2 narratives. Second Language Research Forum (SLRF) conference. Seattle, WA. (October, 2006)

2005

  • Elicited imitation as an oral proficiency measure (with C. Chaudron & U. Kozok). 14th World Congress of Applied Linguistics, Madison, WI. (July, 2005)
  • “I have to make myself speak up!”: An immigrant’s journey to voice and power.” International Society for Language Studies (ISLS) Conference. Montreal, Canada. (April, 2005)
  • “I split myself in pieces”: A Southeast Asian immigrant’s construction of sexual and ethnic identity in the US. East-West Center Graduate Student Conference. University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, Honolulu, HI. (February, 2005)

 


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