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AWIA symposium 2022

We hope you will join us for the 16th AWIA symposium, which will take place at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam on 6-7 October 2022. The theme for this year’s symposium is Emotion in Interaction.

On the first day of the symposium, we will have our keynote speaker Professor Jonathan Potter (Rutgers University) deliver his address on “Anger in Interaction”. This will be followed by data sessions, where we will have the opportunity to reflect on the themes of the symposium, especially the question of Emotion in Interaction.

The second day is reserved for research presentations. We invite researchers based in the Netherlands and Flanders to submit an abstract on interaction/conversation analytic research. We encourage submissions that align with the theme of Emotion in Interaction, but other topics are also welcome. We are happy to provide a platform for both novice and advanced researchers to present their research.


Thursday October 6

Room HG-06A00, Main Building Vrije Universiteit (De Boelelaan 1105 Amsterdam)

10:30–11:00      Registration and coffee

11:00 –12:15     Keynote by Prof. Jonathan Potter on “Anger in Interaction”

12:15–13:15      Lunch

13:15–13:45      Myrte Gosen, Sofie van der Meij & Nynke van Schepen
                            Experts’ responses with epistemic disclaimers in live interviews on COVID-19 

13:45–14:15      Peter Muntigl & Lynda Chubak
                            Responding to in-the-moment distress in psychotherapy  

14:15–14:45      Harrie Mazeland
                            Mid-turn “ja” (yes) as a repair preface 

14:45–15:15      Don Weenink & Rene Tuma
                            How to start a fight. A qualitative video analysis of the trajectories toward violence
based on phone-camera recorded fights 

15:15–15:30      Coffee Break

15:30–17:30      Data session + workshop with Jonathan Potter and Alexa Hepburn


Friday October 7

Room HG-08A33, Main Building Vrije Universiteit (De Boelelaan 1105 Amsterdam)

 9:30–10:00        Coffee

10:00–10:30      Mario Veen & Sven Schaepkens
                            The (im)possibility of a discursive psychological approach to reflection in education 

10:30–11:00      Alyanne Barkmeijer, Hedwig te Molder, Harriët Jager-Wittenaar & Joyce Lamerichs
                           “I directly started to eat full-cream yoghurt and fatty products”: clients’ displays of
self-help to history-taking questions in dietitian-client consultations concerning malnutrition 

11:00–11:30      Jana DeClerq en Lotte van Poppel
                           The dynamic use of metaphor in chronic pain consultation 

11:30–12:00      Tessa van Charldorp, Michelle Spek, Carmen Erkelens & Esther de Groot
                           Displaying concerns within telephone triage conversations of callers with chest discomfort
in out-of-hours primary care 

12:00–13:00      Lunch

13:00–13:30      Guusje Jol & Wyke Stommel
                           If-without-then hypothetical questions as a way to practice ground rules in police interviews
with child witnesses 

13:30–14:00      Maria Eleonora Sciubba & Virginia Calabria
                           Building up anger in interaction: embodied and linguistic resources for managing emotions in institutional settings 

14:00–14:30      Marije van Braak & Sven Schaepkens
                           When others invite you to share the emotional side of experiences: Introducing and
exploring emotion in reflection sessions between GPs in training 

14:30–15:00      Evi Dalmaijer, Wyke Stommel, Berber Pas & Wilbert Spooren
                           Digital interaction between occupational therapists and parents of children with a motor disability 

15:00–15:15      Coffee break

15:15–15:45      Iris van der Scheer, Jamie Ross, Shoba Poduval, Geraldine Leydon & Fiona Stevenson
                            How are mental health concerns presented and pursued in primary care consultations? 

15:45–16:15      Anouk van der Pas
                          Resistance in charitable cold calls 



Past symposia:

2020: Erasmus Medical Centre (online)
keynote speaker: Timothy Koschmann (Southern Illinois University)
theme: Instruction and interaction

2018 Radboud University Nijmegen
keynote speaker: Anssi Peräkylä (University of Helsinki)
theme: interactie in psychotherapie en empathie

2016 Ghent University
keynote speaker: Jack Sidnell (University of Toronto)
theme: Actions

2014 UU Utrecht
keynote speaker: Lorenza Mondada (University of Basel)
theme: Embodied interaction

2012 RuG Groningen
keynote speaker: Elizabeth Stokoe (Loughborough University)
theme: Applying Conversation Analysis

2010 VU Amsterdam
keynote speaker: Geoffrey Raymond  (University of California, Santa Barbara)
theme: ‘Interactie in institutionele settings’

2007 RuG Groningen
keynote speaker: Tanya Stivers (MPI Nijmegen)
theme: cultuur, moraliteit en interactie

2005 UU Utrecht
keynote speaker: Paul Drew  (York University), met Gail Jefferson als special guest
theme: bewust geen specifiek theme

2003 WU Wageningen
keynote speaker: Derek Edwards (Loughborough University)
theme: psychological categories as participants’ resources

2001 VU Amsterdam
keynote speaker: Charles Antaki  (Loughborough University)
theme: identity in talk

1999 RuG Groningen
keynote speaker: Jörg  Bergmann (Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen)
theme: cultuur, moraliteit en interactie

1997 UFSiA Antwerpen
keynote speaker: Rodney Watson (University of Manchester)
theme: controversies over / in CA.

1996 UU Utrecht
keynote speaker: Doug Maynard  (Indiana University)
theme: methodology

1995 VU Amsterdam
keynote speaker: Anita Pomerantz (Temple University, Philadelphia)
theme: (didactische) toepasbaarheid van c.a.-onderzoek

1993 RuG Groningen
keynote speaker: Alan Firth (Aalborg)
theme: onderhandelen