A wiki and collaborative bibliography on Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis.
The EMCA wiki is an information resource and comprehensive bibliography built by and for the Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis research community.
In October 2014 Paul ten Have stepped down as the sole maintainer of the vast EMCA news bibliography and website he had been updating weekly since 1996. The EMCAwiki continues that legacy, aiming to develop it into an ongoing resource.
The site is run by a group of volunteer admins and contributors, and will be supported and managed by the International Society of Conversation Analysis from September 2015.
Credits & Links
- Based on the original bibliography and site by Paul ten Have.
- Contributors and admins on the initial version include Paul ten Have himself, Elliott Hoey, Edward Holmes, Mea Popoviciu, Joshua Raclaw, Clair-Antoine Veyrier.
- The project is funded and supported by the International Society of Conversation Analysis.
- The site was built by combining a number of wonderful FLOSS software projects including: Mediawiki, Semantic Mediawiki, and bibtexbrowser.