External activities



Upcoming Activities

7-8 October 2016
6th Annual LANSI Conference (Language and Social Interaction Working Group), New York, USA
Maurice Nevile (with Bill Tuccio, NTSB, USA)
September 1-3, 2016
1st International Conference on Sociolinguistics, Budapest, Hungary
Maurice Nevile and Johannes Wagner



July 3-5, 2016
Atypical Interaction Conference 2016, Odense Denmark
June 2-3, 2016
Colloque final du programme ANR LICORNES (Les Interactions entre Cultures, Organismes, Nature et Sociétés), Rabat, Morocco
Chloé Mondémé. Presentation. Animal’s intentionnality’s black box.
April 28-20, 2016
MOVIN 2016, Copenhagen, Denmark
March 23-25, 2016
Workshop on Advanced Topics in Conversation Analysis, Loughborough University, England
Maurice Nevile participated in the 3-day Workshop with Paul Drew and John Heritage
March 10, 2016
Tine Larsen was invited to give a talk at a research seminar at the Department of Dentistry (Aarhus University) about Training to use medical technology: Instructing patients – Investigating patient instruction
January 22, 2016
GSLI 2016 (Groningen Symposium on Language and Social Interaction: Interaction and Healthcare), Groningen, The Netherlands
Larsen, T. and Steensig, J. Paper presentation. ‘and then (0.6) we open this one here up, right?’: Tracking interactional development of understanding and competence in patient education for chronic disease self-management



November 5-7, 2015
The Social Objects project organized an extended panel at the 5th International conference for Applied Linguistics and Professional Practice (ALAPP), 6-8 November 2015. The conference was hosted by Università degli Studi di Milano in Italy. This will be the central public activity for the 2015 theme of Objects, Interaction and Embodiment.
Spencer Hazel and Kristian Mortensen. Designedly incomplete objects.
Jeanette Landgrebe and Tine Larsen. Immaterial features of the material surround.
Maurice Nevile and Johannes Wagner. ‘Hello! I’m behind you’.
November 2, 2015
Spencer Hazel and Kristian Mortensen presented the paper Orientations to absence – designedly incomplete structures as material elicitation devices at the Copenhagen Multimodality Day, Copenhagen University.
October 29-30, 2015
Dennis Day and Spencer Hazel each presented research at the Workshop on multilingual and L2 interaction in the workplace, organized by the Center for Multilingualism in Society across the Lifespan in Oslo.
September 30-October 1, 2015
Tine Larsen recently featured as plenary speaker at the conference Fagligt Selskab for Nefrologiske Sygeplejersker: Årsmøde 2015 – Patientens kvalitet: Hvad er det? Hvordan opnås den? Hvad er næste skridt? Copenhagen, Denmark. Her talk was called Optræning af patienter – et interaktionelt perspektiv på instruktion og læring [Educating patients – an interactional perspective on instruction and learning], 30 Sept – 1 Oct 2015
August 11-12, 2015
ICCI 2015 (Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Creative Industry), Bali, Indonesia
Jensen, S., Landgrebe, J. and Sproedt, H. Paper presentation. Creativity kills Business: Entrepreneurial challenges in the creative industry
July 3-5, 2015
CACE 2015 (Conversation Analysis and Clinical Encounters conference), Loughborough, UK
Tine Larsen. Paper presentation. That’s the only way you’ll learn! Patient education for self-management of chronic disease
June 24-27, 2015
Kristian Mortensen & Spencer Hazel are acting as organizers for the panel More Than Meets the Eye at the conference Revisiting Participation – language and bodies in interaction. Basel, Switzerland.
Maurice Nevile: Scientific Committee member for the Revisiting Participation International conference. Basel, Switzerland.
May 18-20, 2015
PIN-C 2015 (Participatory Innovation Conference 2015), The Hague, The Netherlands
Paper presentations
Jacob Buur & Agnese Caglio. Video sense-making with scale models.
Agnese Caglio & Mie Femø Nielsen. Stages in testing in the wild
Rachael Luck & Kristian MortensenNoticing objects within the home: Navigating a new dwelling with a video recorder
Koen Schellekens, Elisa Giaccardi, Dennis Day, Hayley Hung, Laura Cabrero Quiros, Ekin Gedik &  Claudio Martella. Impact of connected objects on social encounters
Nina Huijboom, Michelle De Lourdes Castañeda Quintero,  Helle Taanquist,  Johannes WagnerMoving in mysterious ways: Users’ responses to an expressive artefact
April 22, 2015
Tine Larsen was invited to the Patient oriented innovation workshop at SDU to give a talk about Selvmonitorering og egenbehandling af kronisk sygdom: et konversationsanalytisk studie af instruktion og læring under sygdomsspecifikke patientuddannelser (Self monitoring and self treatment of chronic disease: a conversation analytic study of instruction and learning in disease specific patient education)
April 18-23, 2015
CHI 2015, Seoul, Korea
Boer, L. Mitchell, R. Caglio, A. Lucero, A. Paper presentation. Embodied Technology: Unraveling Bodily Action with Normative Types



December 18, 2014
Tine Larsen discussed her PhD Dissertation: “That’s the only way you’ll learn! Social and interactional aspects of instruction and learning in patient education programmes for self-management of chronic disease”. Department of Design and Communication, University of Southern Denmark.
December 4, 2014
Jeanette Landgrebe presented her paper The entrepreneurial design firm as an ‘Italian family business’ at the Design Meets Business conference at the Design School in Kolding.
November 21-22, 2014
ICIP14 (Interactional Competences in Institutional Practices), Neuchatel, Switzerland
Eskildsen, S. & Wagner, J. Paper presentation Changing gestures, changing meanings? Bodily actions and L2 learning
Hazel, S. Paper presentation Navigating language policing in practice in the internationalized workplace
October 17-19
AMPRA 2014, UCLA, Los Angeles
Hazel, S. Paper presentation Embedded and implicit language policing in the internationalized workplace
October 9-11, 2014:
Maurice Nevile and Trine Heinemann are both invited speakers for the Complexity of (inter)action. COACT Symposium, University of Oulu, Finland.
Nevile, M. Complexity of the body’, Invited speaker, Complexity in (inter)action Symposium.
October 6-7, 2014:
Maurice Nevile: convenor for Knowing things: Objects, knowledge and interaction. International Workshop, 2 days, University of Southern Denmark, Kolding.
Nevile, M. ‘When objects are a distraction: Knowing objects’ place in the car.’ Paper presented at Knowing things: Objects, knowledge and interaction. International workshop. University of Southern Denmark, Kolding, Denmark.
October 2014:
Nevile, M. Project presentation, ‘Talking about the body: Terminology for embodiment’, University of Southern Denmark, Kolding.
September 10-12, 2014:
ALAPP (Applied Linguistics and Professional Practice). A panel on professional use of post-it notes, organized by Dennis Day.
The panel comprised the following paper presentations from group members:
Day, D. & Wagner J. : “Emerging categories in design workshops”.
Caglio, A., Landgrebe J., & Heinemann, T. : “The affordances of post-its”
June 28, 2014:
Maurice Nevile was co-convenor for the panels: ‘Interacting with objects’, and ‘Multiactivity in interaction’ for the 4th International Conference on Conversation Analysis  (ICCA-14), UCLA, USA.
June 2014:
 ICCA-14 project members presentations:
Larsen, T. & Steensig, J (2014). “Ingressive response tokens in second position”. In the panel: Doing alignment in second position.
Day, D. & Wagner, J. (2014). “Objects as Tools for Talk” in the panel: Interacting with objects.
Hazel, S. (2014). The incremental development of objects as resources for symbolic representation in interaction
Asmuß, B., Larsen, T. & Oshima, S. (2014). “Self-deprecations through assessments”.
Panel presentation in B. Asmuß & J. Steensig: The assessment machine: How and when assessments are made relevant in interaction.
May 2014:
Nevile, M. Project presentation, ‘Approaches for transcribing embodiment and materiality’, University of Southern Denmark, Kolding