Publications


A list of academic publications by Spencer Hazel

ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

Hazel, Spencer (in review) Bringing an object to life – staging representations of object use in naturalistic theatre. In Maurice Nevile (Ed.). Knowing things: Objects, Knowledge and Interaction. Routledge

Hazel, Spencer and Janus Mortensen (in review) Transcription linking software: integrating the ephemeral and the fixed in interaction research. Discourse Studies

Spencer Hazel (in review) Gestural leitmotifs – tracking body-visual patterning in social interaction. Gesture

Janus Mortensen and Spencer Hazel (forthc., 2015) Lending bureaucracy voice – developing cultural and linguistic norms in transient multilingual communities. In Anna Mauranen, Markku Filppula, Juhani Klemola and Svetlana Vetchinnikova (eds.). Changing English: Global and Local Perspectives. Berlin/New York: Mouton de Gruyter

Spencer Hazel (2015) The Paradox from Within – Research Participants Doing-Being-Observed. Qualitative Research, Online First LINK

Spencer Hazel (2015) Acting, interacting, enacting – representing medical practice in theatre performance. In Malene Kjær, Jens Lohfert Jørgensen & Anita Holm Riis (eds). Thematic Issue on ‘Health’, Akademisk Kvarter/Academic Quarter. Aalborg: Aalborg University, 12, 44-64 LINK

Spencer Hazel (2015) Institutional identity negotiation in multilingual workplace settings. In Lubie Grujicic-Alatriste (ed.) Linking Discourse Studies to Professional Practice. Clevedon, England: Multilingual Matters LINK

Spencer Hazel (2015) In whose face?! (Angry young) theatre makers and the targets of their provocationIn Susan Blattes and Samuel Cuisinier-Delorme (Eds.) Special Issue «Le théâtre In-Yer-Face aujourd’hui: bilans et perspectives», Coup de Theatre, 29, 45-68 LINK

Spencer Hazel and Johannes Wagner (2015) L2 and L3 integrated learning –lingua franca use in developing an additional language in the classroom. In Paul Seedhouse and Christopher Jenks (eds.) International Perspectives on the ELT classroom interaction. Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan, 149-167 LINK

Spencer Hazel (2015) Identities at odds – embedded and implicit language policing in the internationalized workplace. In Hans J. Ladegaard and Christopher Jenks (eds.) Special Issue: ‘Language and Intercultural Communication in the Workplace: Critical Approaches to Theory and Practice’. Journal of Language and Intercultural Communication, 15(1), 141-160 LINK

Spencer Hazel (2014) Cultivating objects in interaction – visual motifs as meaning making practices in talk-in-interaction. In Maurice Nevile, Pentti Haddington, Trine Heinemann and Mirka Rauniomaa (eds). Interacting with Objects: Language, materiality, and social activity. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 169-194 LINK

Gitte Rasmussen, Kristian Mortensen and Spencer Hazel (Eds.), (2014) Special Issue: A body of resources – CA studies of social conduct, Journal of Pragmatics, 65 LINK

Spencer Hazel, Kristian Mortensen, & Gitte Rasmussen (2014). Introduction. In Gitte Rasmussen, Kristian Mortensen and Spencer Hazel (eds.) Special Issue: ‘A body of resources – CA studies of social conduct’, Journal of Pragmatics, 65 LINK

Spencer Hazel and Kristian Mortensen (2014) Embodying the institution – object manipulation in developing interaction in study counselling meetings. In Gitte Rasmussen, Kristian Mortensen and Spencer Hazel (eds.) Special Issue: ‘A body of resources -CA studies of social conduct’, Journal of Pragmatics, 65, 10-29 LINK

Kristian Mortensen and Spencer Hazel (2014) Moving into interaction – embodied practices for initiating interactions at a help desk counter. Journal of Pragmatics. 62, 46-67  LINK

Spencer Hazel and Hartmut Haberland (2013) Negotiated exclusion – on the constitution of ‘otherness’ in a multilingual workplace setting. Working paper for the Workshop on Diversity and Difference in the Contemporary Workplace, Copenhagen Business School, January 31- February 1, 2013  LINK

Spencer Hazel and Janus Mortensen (2013) Kitchen talk – Exploring linguistic practices in liminal institutional interactions in a multilingual university setting. In Hartmut Haberland, Dorte Lønsmann and Bent Preisler (eds.) Language alternation, language choice and language encounter in international education. Dordrecht: Springer.  LINK

Spencer Hazel (2012). Interactional competence in the institutional setting of the international university – talk and embodied action as multimodal aggregates in institutional interaction. Ph.d. thesis. Roskilde: Roskilde University  LINK

Spencer Hazel, Janus Mortensen and Hartmut Haberland (2012) Transcription linking software: integrating the ephemeral and the fixed in interaction research. In Ikeda, Keiko and Adam Brandt (eds.) Proceedings for the symposium ‘Challenges and New Directions in the Micro-Analysis of Social Interaction’, Kansai University, Osaka  LINK

Janus Mortensen and Spencer Hazel (2012) The data cycle. Proceedings for symposium ‘Challenges and New Directions in the Micro-Analysis of Social Interaction’, Kansai University, Osaka  LINK

Kristian Mortensen and Spencer Hazel (2011) Initiating round robins in the L2 classroom – preliminary observations. Novitas-ROYAL (Research on Youth and Language): 5(1): 55-70   LINK

Conference/Symposium Presentations

Upcoming presentations

(w. Kristian Mortensen) Designedly incomplete objects
ALAPP 2015: Applied Linguistics and Professional Practice, November 2015, Milan, Italy

(w. Kristian Mortensen) Orientations to absence – designedly incomplete structures as material elicitation devices
Copenhagen Multimodality Day,
November 2015, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Event Horisonten – language and interaction in the collaborative creative processes of an international theatre company
LINGCORP Symposium,
November 2015, Roskilde, Denmark

Langscaping – exploring the grounds for multilingual interaction in a transient workplace setting
Symposium, MultiLing – Center for Multilingualism in Society, October 2015, Oslo, Norway

Previous presentations

(w. Dennis Day & Kristian Mortensen) Driving and seeing – forklift drivers at work
11th Conference for the International Institute for Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis (IIEMCA), August 2015, Kolding, Denmark

The enactment of objects in naturalistic theatre
11th Conference for the International Institute for Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis (IIEMCA), August 2015, Kolding, Denmark

(w. Mie Femø Nielsen) The embodied work of fostering participation in workshops
Revisiting Participation – Language and Bodies in Interaction, June 2015, Basel, Switzerland

Navigating language policing in practice in the internationalized workplace
Interactional Competences in Institutional Practices (ICIP14), November 2014, Neuchatel, Switzerland

Embedded and implicit language policing in the internationalized workplace
2nd Conference of the American Pragmatics Association (AMPRA), Oct 2014, UCLA, Los Angeles, US

The incremental development of objects as resources for symbolic representation in interaction
International Conference of Conversation Analysis (ICCA 2014), July 2014, UCLA, Los Angeles, US

Locating situated language policies – examples from the field. (MARG Lecture series)
Micro-Analytic Research Group (MARG). 02 June, 2014. Department of Education, Communication and Language Sciences, Newcastle University, UK

(w. Janus Mortensen) Learning language on the move – Transnational student mobility and informal language learning.
American Association of Applied Linguistics (AAAL 2014), Mar2014, Portland, US

Identities at odds – on the interactive constitution of otherness in a multilingual work setting
12th Annual Conference of the International Association for Languages and Intercultural Communication, Nov. 2013, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong

Membership categories and their linguistic association in multilingual workplace settings – expectation and deviance.
Research Institute for Identities and Society (IRIS) Conference, Nov. 2013, Lleida, Spain

(w. Janus Mortensen) Lending bureaucracy voice – developing cultural and linguistic norms in transient multilingual communities
Changing English: Contacts & Variation (ChangE 2013), June 2013, Helsinki, Finland

Choosing a language in international office service encounters – from multilingual miscellany to medium-of-interaction in a matter of seconds
International Association of Applied Linguistics (AILA) – Multilingualism in Education, June 2013, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland (awarded De Gruyter Prize for best Paper)

Negotiating language choice in international service encounters
Language and Super-diversity: Explorations and interrogations, June 2013 Jyväskylä, Finland

(w. Janus Mortensen) Embodying multilingual interaction – multimodal resources and the local management of language choice
Dialogue in Multicultural, Multimodal, and Multicompetent Communities of Practice, Mar 2013, at the University of Texas, Austin, US

日本と世界の大学の国際化事情 (Internationalization of universities in Japan and the World), Ikeda, K., Brandt, A., Hazel, S. & Haberland, H., Kansai University, Mar 2013

Sound and vision – language choice in the transcription of multilingual data. Japanese Pragmatics Society 6th Spoken Language Workshop, Kyoto Institute for technology, Mar 2013, Kyoto, Japan

Language ambiguity as interactional resource in negotiating a medium-of-interaction in international service encounters. Symposium: Social Interaction in International Encounters, Mar 2013 Kansai University, Japan

(w. Hartmut Haberland) Negotiated exclusion – on the constitution of ‘otherness’ in a multilingual workplace setting. Workshop on Diversity and Difference in the Contemporary Workplace, Jan 2013, Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen

Visual leitmotifs – tracking recurrent gestures in sequences of talk
ISGS – International Society for Gesture Studies, July 2012 Lund, Sweden

(w. Julie de Molade, Anne Fabricius & Janus Mortensen) The CALPIU Storehouse. CALPIU’12: Higher education across borders: Transcultural interaction and linguistic diversity, Apr 2012, Roskilde

Lending a hand – the embodiment of epistemic authority in international study guidance encounters
CALPIU’12: Higher education across borders: Transcultural interaction and linguistic diversity, Apr 2012, Roskilde, Denmark

(w. Janus Mortensen) Multimodal micro-analysis of social interaction in a multilingual university setting
Symposium on Challenges and New Directions in the Micro-Analysis of Social Interaction, Feb 2012, Kansai University Osaka, Japan

Cultivating objects in interaction: sowing seeds of content in the visuospatial field
Anglo-Japanese seminar on technology and social interaction, Sep 2011, Kings College, Royal Society, London, UK

(w. Kristian Mortensen) Moving into an interaction, moving into a turn: embodied (re-)orientation in turn beginnings
10th Conference for the International Institute for Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis (IIEMCA 2011), July 2011, Fribourg, Switzerland

(w. Kristian Mortensen) Initiating round robins in the second language classroom International Conference of Conversation Analysis (ICCA), June 2010, Mannheim, Germany

An unwelcome guest? The Non-NNS at the lingua franca table
Third International Conference of English as a Lingua Franca (ELF3), June 2010, Vienna, Austria

“Good morning Tokyo! Good evening New York! Good afternoon London!” Discourse features in educational L2 podcasting: pedagogical implications and opportunities. Annual Conference for British Association of Applied Linguists (BAAL), Sep 2009, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK

On the Potential for Extending the Conversational Analytic Methodological Approach to Include Non-Verbal Communicative Strategies in the Second Language Classroom
MULTIMOD 09, July 2009, Université de Toulouse, France

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