Transcription in Action
RESOURCES FOR THE REPRESENTATION OF LINGUISTIC INTERACTION

Department of Linguistics
University of California, Santa Barbara

Contact: Mary Bucholtz ()
and John W. Du Bois ()

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Projects

The following events brought together scholars from a variety of disciplines to focus on a wide range of issues related to transcription. Publications based on the papers presented at these events are currently in the planning stages. Please check back for updated information.

Transcription Issues in Current Linguistic Research, Session of the Linguistic Society of America annual meeting, Albuquerque, NM, Jan. 2006 (click title for session information in PDF)

Transcribing Now: Representations of Discourse in Anthropology, Invited Session of the American Anthropological Association annual meeting, Washington, DC, Nov. 2005 (click title for session information in PDF)

Transcribing Now: Means and Meanings in the Transcription of Spoken Interaction, University of California, Santa Barbara, May 15, 2005 (click title for symposium website)