The 2019 Conference of the International Institute for Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis (IIEMCA) will be held in Mannheim (Germany), from July 2–5. The conference theme is “Practices”

Plenary speakers are: John Heritage – Christian Meyer – Lorenza Mondada – Elizabeth Stokoe


+++UPDATED PROGRAM available: The program booklet has been published under “Conference Program”. It includes Version 2 of the conference program as well as important information for presenters (June 17, 2019)+++Check for changes+++

+++We have put together some useful information for your stay in Mannheim, see the section “Survival kit” under “Venue” (June 14, 2019)+++

+++The book of abstracts is now available  (June 12, 2019)+++

+++The provisonal program has been published (March 21, 2019)+++

+++Registration open – early bird until February 15, 2019+++

+++Individual paper submission now closed (September 28, 2018)+++

+++Individual paper submission now open (August 1, 2018)+++

+++List of accepted panels published (July 24, 2018)+++

Call for papers

We call for submissions addressing topics in Ethnomethodology, Conversation Analysis, Multimodal Interaction Analysis, Phenomenology, Interactional Linguistics, and neighboring fields of research.

Conference theme: “Practices”

Ethnomethodologists and conversation analysts have increasingly focused on the study of social interaction as embodied practices. This turn has opened up new perspectives on ethnomethods and the bodily and temporal organization of social interaction. The last years have seen a wealth of flourishing empirical research in this area. Still, major theoretical and methodological questions are waiting to be solved.

Full Call for Papers

Where we will meet: The University of Mannheim