Founding AIEMCA members

The Australian Institute for Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis was formed on 3rd September 2001 as a joint initiative of the Australian delegates at the July 2001 meetings of the International Institute for Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis in Manchester (UK). The founding name was then abbreviated to AIEM/CA, and later changed to Australasian Institute of Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis (but summarily supports other interactional analysis paradigms such as Membership Categorisation Analysis (MCA) and Discursive Psychology (DP)).

The founding members of AIEMCA stemming from these meetings are:

  • Nicolette Bramley (Canberra)
  • Tony Liddicoat (Adelaide)
  • Carolyn Baker
  • Carolyn Brown (UQ)
  • Helena Austin (Griffith)
  • Anne-Marie Barraja-Rohan (Monash)
  • Susan Danby (QUT)
  • Michael Emmison (UQ)
  • Jessica Harris (UniMelb)
  • Paula Jervis-Tracey (UQ)
  • Greer Johnson (Griffith)
  • Eric Livingston (UNE)
  • Barry McGrath (Melbourne)
  • Alec McHoul (Murdoch)
  • Maurice Nevile (ANU)
  • Eleni Petraki (Canberra)
  • Kathy Roulston (Georgia)
  • Johanna Rendle-Short (ANU)
  • Rhyll Vallis (E. China)
  • David Wareing (Tas)
  • Joanne Winter (ECU)
  • Mike Wise (Murdoch)
  • Annette Woods (UQ)

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