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Papers

Albouezi, K. (2006). Dilemmas of translation and identity: ethnographic research in multilingual homes. Paper presented at the UKLEF Seminar, 4 March, 2006, The Open University: Methodological issues in Linguistic Ethnography.

 

Bargiela, F. (2006). Liminal (linguistic) ethnography in the attempt to study segregated organisations. Paper presented at the UKLEF Colloquium at Sociolinguistics Symposium 16, 6-8 July 2006, University of Limerick: Ethnographic challenges and opportunities in language research.

 

Barwell, R. (2003). Interface? What interface? Reflexivity in linguistics research in multicultural classrooms. Paper presented at the UKLEF Colloquium at BAAL Annual Meeting, 4-6 September 2003, University of Leeds: Linguistic Ethnography at the Interface with Education.

 

Baynham, M. (2006). Notes of presentation at the UKLEF Seminar, 4 March, 2006, The Open University: Methodological issues in Linguistic Ethnography.

 

Blommaert, J., M. Heller and S. Slembrouck. (2001). Reflections from overseas guests. Reflections presented at the BAAL/CUP Seminar, 28-29 March 2001, University of Leicester: Linguistic Ethnography in the UK.

 

Blommaert, J. and A. Huang (2010). Historical bodies and historical space. Paper presented at UKLEF e-seminar, 26 February 2010.paper

 

Creese, A. (2008). Linguistic Ethnography. In: K. A. King and N. H. Hornberger (eds), Encyclopedia of Language and Education, 2nd Edition, Volume 10: Research Methods in Language and Education, 229–241. New York: Springer Science+Business Media LLC.

 

Georgakopoulou, A. (2005a). Bakhtin in sociolinguistics/discourse studies: Readings and open issues. Paper presented at the Bakhtin, Language & Discourse Seminar, 13 September 2005, King’s College London.

 

Georgakopoulou, A. (2005b). Bakhtin Quoted. Canonical citations from Bakhtin in sociolinguistics. Appendix to a paper presented at the Bakhtin, Language & Discourse Seminar, 13 September 2005, King’s College London.

 

Georgakopoulou, A. and M. Baynham (2006). ‘Big’ stories and ‘small’ stories: reflections on methodological / theoretical issues in narrative research. Powerpoint presented at the UKLEF Seminar, 4 March, 2006, The Open University: Methodological issues in Linguistic Ethnography.

 

Inghilleri, M. (2006). Macro social theory and linguistic ethnography: a bridge (too far)? Paper presented at the UKLEF Seminar, 4 March, 2006, The Open University: Methodological issues in Linguistic Ethnography.

 

Jaffe, A. (2006). Standards of evidence, ethnographic methods and analysis. Paper presented at the UKLEF Seminar, 4 March, 2006, The Open University: Methodological issues in Linguistic Ethnography.

 

Jaspers, J. (2006). Comments. Paper presented at the UKLEF Colloquium at Sociolinguistics Symposium 16, 6-8 July 2006: Ethnographic challenges and opportunities in language research.

 

Lillis, T. (2006). Researching academic literacy as a social practice: Developing a text-oriented ethnography Powerpoint presented at the UKLEF Colloquium at Sociolinguistics Symposium 16, 6-8 July 2006, University of Limerick: Ethnographic challenges and opportunities in language research.

 

Martin del Campo, B. and D. Poveda (2007). Gitano children joking in institutional and informal contexts. An earlier version of this paper was presented at the Bristol Seminar, 18 June 2005.

 

Maybin, J. (2003). The potential contribution of Linguistic Ethnography to Vygotskian studies of talk and learning in school. Paper presented at the UKLEF Colloquium at BAAL Annual Meeting, 4-6 September 2003, University of Leeds: Linguistic Ethnography at the Interface with Education.

 

Maybin, J. (2005). ‘Speech genres’ and ‘evaluation’ in socialisation and identity: Older children's language practices. Paper presented at the Bakhtin, Language & Discourse Seminar, 13 September 2005, King’s College London.

 

Pahl, K. (2003). Challenging family literacy pedagogy through linguistic ethnography. Paper presented at the UKLEF Colloquium at BAAL Annual Meeting, 4-6 September 2003, University of Leeds: Linguistic Ethnography at the Interface with Education.

 

Pahl, K. (2006). Dilemmas of translation and identity: ethnographic research in multilingual homes. Paper presented at the UKLEF Seminar, 4 March, 2006, The Open University: Methodological issues in Linguistic Ethnography.

 

Rampton, B. (2003). Coming to Ethnography from a Background in Teaching. Paper presented at the UKLEF Colloquium at BAAL Annual Meeting, 4-6 September 2003, University of Leeds: Linguistic Ethnography at the Interface with Education.

 

Rampton, B., K. Tusting, J. Maybin, R. Barwell, A. Creese and V. Lytra (2004). UK Linguistic Ethnography: A Discussion Paper. Paper published at www.ling-ethnog.org.uk.

 

Rampton, B., R. Harris and L. Small (2006). The Meanings of Ethnicity in Discursive Interaction: Some Data and Interpretations from Linguistic Ethnography. Paper presented at a workshop on ethnicities organised by the ESRC Identities & Social Action Programme, June 2006.

 

Richards, K. (2006). Love, hate and indifference: The impact of talk about relationships on the interpretation of talk in relationships. Paper presented at the UKLEF Seminar, 4 March, 2006, The Open University: Methodological issues in Linguistic Ethnography.

 

Rock, F. (2006). Ethnography and forensic linguistics. Paper presented at the UKLEF Colloquium at Sociolinguistics Symposium 16, 6-8 July 2006: Ethnographic challenges and opportunities in language research.

 

Tsitsipis, L. (2005). Journeying with Bakhtin on the path of linguistic anthropology. Paper presented at the Bakhtin, Language & Discourse Seminar, 13 September 2005, King’s College London.

 

van Praet, E. (2006). Writing a linguistic ethnography: a different kind of journey. Paper presented at the UKLEF Seminar, 4 March, 2006, The Open University: Methodological issues in Linguistic Ethnography.