I use ethnomethodology and conversation analysis to research aesthetics, technology, and social interaction.
My PhD in the Cognitive Science group at Queen Mary University of London is entitled “Respecifying aesthetics: accounting for taste in everyday talk”. In 2017 I start a postdoc at Tufts bridging psychology and computer science.
upcoming & recent:
- Are conversational assessment sequences evaluative? CA Day, Loughborough, 19th December 2016.
- Art as event: three critical methods for analyzing aesthetic experience, College Art Association Annual Conference, New York, 16th February 2017.
- What’s that now?: the ambiguous state of accountability in conversational noticing sequences, with Mick Smith, Intersubjectivity in Action, Helsinki, 11-13th May 2017.
- Repair at the intersection of conversation analysis and experimental pragmatics, with JP de Ruiter, 15th International Pragmatics Conference, Belfast, 17th July 2017.
- I recently wrote a short piece on evaluation in the arts for Arts Professional.