program Austin

Program Overview

Wednesday 6/5 Thursday 6/6 Friday 6/7 Saturday 6/8
8:45 – 10:00
Opening Session
10:00- 11:00
Plenary Lecture
8:45 – 9:45
Plenary Lecture
9:45 – 10:45
Plenary Lecture
8:45 – 9:45
Plenary Lecture
9:45 – 10:45
Plenary Lecture
9:15 – 10:15
Plenary Lecture
10:15 – 11:15
Plenary Lecture
11:00 – 11:30 Coffee Break 10:45 – 11:15
Coffee BreakPosters in lobby: 10:45 – 6:00
10:45 – 11:15
Coffee Break
10:45 – 11:15
Coffee Break
11:30 – 12:30
Plenary Lecture
11:15 – 1:00
panels
11:15 – 1:00
panels
11:15 – 12:30
Closing Session
12:30 – 2:00
Lunch Break
1:00 – 2:00
Lunch-break
1:00 – 2:00
Lunch-break
2:00 – 3:45
panels
2:00 – 3:45
panels
2:00 – 3:45
panels
Afternoon: Visit to Barton Springs
3:45 – 4:15
coffee break
3:45 – 4:15
coffee break
3:45 – 4:15
coffee break
4:15 – 6:00
panels
4:15 – 6:00
Business Meeting of the ISGS
4:15 – 6:00
panels
7:00 – 9:00 Reception 7:00 – 9:00 Films Dinner in the Hill Country

 


Wednesday, June 5

9:00 – 9:15
Welcome
Richard Larivière
Dean, College of Liberal Arts (UT Austin)

9:15 – 10:15
Jürgen Streeck (UT Austin)
The Living Medium

10:15 – 10:45 Coffee Break

10:45 – 11:45
Charles Goodwin (UCLA)
Environmentally Coupled Gestures

12:30 – 2:00 Lunch Break

Panels 2:00 – 3:45

The Lives and Work of Gestures Gesture and Talk Aesthetics,
Embodiment,
Performance
Development Discourse and Semantics
1.1.1
Gestures’ Life Histories
1.1.2
Multimodal Communication and Representation
1.1.3
Living the Medium: Performance as Gestural Inquiry
1.1.4
The Functions of Gestures in the Development of Speech Communication
1.1.5
The Production of Speech and Gesture
Curtis D. LeBaron

(Brigham Young University)

The life-histories of some gestures

Judy Kegl (U. Of Southern Maine), Distancing Language from a Gestural Substrate

B. Sauer (Johns Hopkins U.) and A. Meyer (Carnegie Mellon U.) Capturing experience: A rhetorical framework for representing speech, gesture and interpretation simultaneously in text and video

Lluís Payrató (Universitat de Barcelona)
Variation, multimodal communication and multilingualism: The VARCOM project

Craig Martell
(U. of Pennsylvania)
FORM: A Kinematic Gesture Annotation Schema and Tool

Tessa Carr and

Deanna Shoemaker (UT Austin)

Performing Heavy Metal: Sex, Gender, Rock n’ Roll (Thugsluts, The World Tour)

Casey Garcia (UT Austin)
Reality’s a Drag: Drag Queen Culture

Angela Kariotis (UT Austin)
Reflections on Silence: Mime, Marceau, Me

Chris Koenig (UCLA)
“the truth about architecture”

Jana Iverson (U. of Missouri)

Developmental origins of the speech-gesture link

Martha Alibali and Sotaro Kita (U. of Wisconsin, Madison) The function of gesture in speaking

Julia Evans (U. of Wisconsin, Madison) On the nature of gesture – speech mismatches In children with SLI: Do they know more than they can say?

Donna Thal (San Diego State U.) Gestures and early language delay: Predictors, promoters, or peripherals

Mika Ishino (U.Chicago)

Co-expressivity of gestures and linguistic metonymy

L. Valbonesi (U. of Illinois at Chicago)
Temporal correlation of speech and gestures focal points
N. Furuyama (National Inst. of Informatics,Tokyo)

D. McNeill, M. Park-Doob (U. Chicago)
Is speech-gesture production ballistic or interactive?

D.Loehr (Georgetown U) Intonation, Gesture, and Discourse Structure

S. Norris (Georgetown U.) Multimodal Discourse Analysis: Embodied Means as Higher-Level Discourse Structure

Coffee Break 3:45 – 4:15

Panels 4:15 – 6:00

1.2.1
People, Places, and Things: Talk, Embodiment, and Action in Natural Settings
1.2.2
Deixis and Space
1.2.3
Gestures in the Past
1.2.4
Gesture and Second Language Acquisition
1.2.5
Acts of Meaning
 

Stefan Frazier (UCLA), Gesture and Functional Grammar: Pointing as a Noun Phrase “Activator”

Keith Murphy, UCLA, Further Notes on the Synthesis of Form: Gestures, Talk, and Graphic Thinking in Architectural Practice

David Olsher, UCLA, Talk and Embodied
Practices in Other-Initiated Repair: A Study of Language-Learner Project Work Talk

Scott Phillabaum UCLA, Constructing Identity through Space, Talk & the Body

Charles Goodwin, UCLA, Respondent

Sarah Taub, Pilar Pinar, and Dennis Galvan (Gallaudet),
Comparing Spatial Information in Speech/Gesture and Sign LanguageN. J. Enfield (Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics)
Deictic gesture: different forms for different communicative functionsPeter Kühnlein, Manja Nimke, & Jens Stegmann (Univ. Bielefeld)
Conceptualization of the Environment While Co-verbal Pointing and its Relation to other PhenomenaLisa D. Harper (Georgetown U.)
Gestural Anaphora
Herman Roodenburg (Meertens Institute Amsterdam)
“In search of physical grace. Dancing, fencing and horse riding in the Dutch Republic”Reinhard Krüger (TU Berlin)
“Gestures in dialogue: communicative interaction and literary fiction”JoachimGessinger/Manuela Böhm (Univ. Potsdam)
“The sign and
the body in Diderot’s concepts of communication, imagination, and aesthetic
illusion”Cornelia Müller/Harald Haferland (FU Berlin)
“The tied-up hands: Observations on the semiosis of a Medieval performative gesture” 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gale Stam (National-Louis University/The University of Chicago)
“What gestures can tell us about second language acquisition”Marianne Gullberg (Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics)
Anaphoric linkage in gesture and speech in learner varietiesNicholas O. Jungheim (Waseda University)
The perception of gestures occurring with Japanese refusalsShuichi Nobe (Aoyama Gakuin University)
Gestures of foreign language speakersAlexis Tabensky (The University of New South Wales)
Gestures in prepared oral presentations and in interactive discourse
R. G. Montes (Universidad Autónoma de Puebla) Brushing asideD. MacGregor (Georgetown U.)
Real Space Blends in Spoken Language: Evidence from ‘Mr. Roberts’J. Wijaya (UCLA)
Locating Characters in Narrative Space: A Case Study of Talk and Embodiment in Indonesian Story-telllingI. Kimbara (U. of Chicago)
On gestural mimicryC. D. LeBaron (Brigham Young U.) & T. Koschmann (U. of Southern Illinois)
Gestures: Acts of and Acts for Meaning

7:00 – 9:00 Buffet Reception at the Faculty Center


Thursday, June 6

8:45 – 9:45
Geneviève Calbris (CNRS, Paris)
The Semantic Structure of (Coverbal) Gestures

9:45 – 10:45
Richard Shiff (UT Austin)
Mark, Sign, Gesture

10:45 – 11:15 Coffee Break

Poster Day
Posters shown in the Lobby from 10:45 – 6:00

Posters

Amy J. Hammond and Susan Goldin-Meadow (University of Chicago)
The Robustness of Non-English Sequences in Created Gesture Systems

Hiroko Furo and Scott Reynen (Illinois Wesleyan University)
Hand/Arm Gesture in Japanese and American Conversations: The Potential Universality of Non-verbal Communication

Peter Kühnlein, Manja Nimke, Hannes Rieser, & Jens Stegmann (Universität Bielefeld, Germany)
An Interface for the Integration of Speech and Co-verbal pointing: An HPSG-based Syntax/Semantics Interface Tested

Martha W. Alibali (University of Wisconsin, Madison), Asli Ozyurek (Koc University, Istanbul), Amy J. Retzke (University of Wisconsin, Madison), Sarah Whiting (University of Wisconsin, Madison
The Function of Gesture for Speakers: Evidence from Route Directions

Nobuhiro Furuyama (National Institute of Informatics, Tokyo) and Hiroki Takase (Waseda University)
A Study on the Ecological Basis of Coordination of Speech, Gesture and Breathing Movements

Mardi Kidwell (University of California, Santa Barbara)
How Very Young Children Use Gaze Avoidance to Resist Caregiver Interventions in their Activities

Hiromichi HOSOMA (University of Shiga Prefecture)
The effect of interpersonal distance on gesture in communication

Christian Rathmann (The University of Texas at Austin)
Gestural Space as a Medium in Spoken and Signed Languages

Patricia Zukow-Goldring (University of Southern California), Nancy de Villiers Rader (Ithaca College), and Theresa Cain (Ithaca College).
Perceiving reference through dynamic gesture during early lexical development

Jacques Cosnier, Sophie Huyghes-Despointes, Nadine Bonnet (GRIC-Université Lumière-Lyon 2)
Own-body use for the perception of the partner’s affect (about empathy and the concept of body analyzer)

Alison Newlands, Anthony Anderson, Avril Thomson, Bill Ion and Neil Dickson (U. of Strathclyde)
Using Speech related Gestures to Aid Referential Communication in
Face-to-face and Computer Supported Collaborative Work

11:15 – 1:00 Panels

2.1.1
Activities Unfolding
2.1.2
The Role of Gestures in Conversational Grounding
2.1.3
Aesthetic Genres
2.1.4
Early Childhood
2.1.5
What Do We Mean by Meaning? Conceptual Integration Theory in Gesture Transcription and Analysis
John Handy-Bosma (IBM)
Gesture and Representation of N-Dimensional Selection in Mediated CommunicationCarlnita Greene (UT Austin)
Finger Foods: Mimetic Gestures in Communication about FoodstuffSae Oshima (UT Austin)
Origami Hand MovesJuanita Handy-Bosma (UT Austin)
Where Words Are Not Enough: Understanding the SorobanChiho Sunakawa (UT Austin)
Learning to Conduct: Gesture, Language, Metaphor, and IconicityTomoko Ikeda & Jeong-Yeon Kim (UT Austin)
Creating Costumes: Coordination of Interactional Resources
in Costume Design
Herbert H. Clark & Meredyth Krych (Stanford University)
Gestures by listeners in dialogueJanet Bavelas Christine Kenwood, and Jennifer Gerwing (University of Victoria)
Gestural repetition as a means of groundingMija A. Van Der Wege, (Carlton College)
Pointing in discussing house plansRandi Engle (University of Pittsburgh) Using gesture location to distinguish situation models 

 

Thérèse Boyle, Drawing from the Lifeworld: Gesture Studies and the Role of Visual Language in Communication

Massimo Serenari (TU Berlin)
Gesture – caricature -rhetoric

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

P. Zukow-Goldring (USC), N. de Villiers Rader and T. Cain (Ithaca College)
Perceiving reference through dynamic gesture during early lexical developmentB.F. Kelly (UCSB)
Gestures as a pre-cursor to the acquisition of argumentsJ. Moore, B. Davis & P. MacNeilage (UT Austin) Decrease in Gesture Use with Late Onset of Spoken Language in Two Infant PopulationsB. Belbas and A. Sheldon (UMN-Twin Cities) Speech synchronized gesture in a three-and-one-half-year old’s conversation 

 

 

 

S. Duncan (National Yang Ming U) Embodied thinking in speakingS. Liddell (Gallaudet U.)
Meaning in ASL: grammar and mappingE. Sweetser (UC Berkeley) & F. Parrill (U. Chicago)
Representing Meaning: Morphemic- level analysis in gesture transcription 

 

 

 

1:00 – 2:00 Lunch Break

2:00 – 3:45 Panels

2.2.1
Gestures, Inscriptions, Representations
2.2.2
Reception and Response
2.2.3
Everyday Performance and Ritualization
2.2.4
Ontogeny and Philogeny of Gestures:
The Berlin Dictionary of Everyday Gestures
2.2.5
Components of Gesture
M. L. Flecha-Garcia (U. Edinburgh)
Facial gestures and communication in Map Task dialoguesBob Moore (Palo Alto Research Center)
Telling & Showing in the Organization of References to Physical ObjectsFreya Vass-Rhee (UC Riverside) Spatial and Temporal Deixis in Classical Ballet ÉpaulementMichael Bedar (UC San Diego) Movement and Artifact Coordination in Recounting a Group Dance
Performance
C. Kuehn (Hokkaido U.) Reception of Gestures: Coherence and Correction

M. Gullberg & S. Kita (Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics)
Addressees’ attention to gestures: Information uptake and visual fixations

M. Seyfeddinipur (Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics)
Monitoring of errors in gesture

Claire Maury-Rouan (CNRS, Université de Provence) Do listener’s facial expressions influence speaker’s discourse?

Elisa L. Everts (Georgetown U.)
The Effects of Gaze-lessness in Turn-taking Among Blind and Sighted Interlocutors

Nicole Taylor (U. Arizona) Agentive ‘Boobs’ and ‘Outta Control’ Stomachs: The Performance Of Gesture and Reported Speech by College Undergraduates

Alan Cienki (Emory U.) Bush’s and Gore’s Gestures: Do They Correlate with ‘Strict Father’
versus ‘Nurturant Parent’ Language?

Bojan Zikic (U. of Belgrade)
The Sign of the Cross in Serbia: Hand Gesture in Ritual Context

Heather Brookes (Stanford U/Human Sciences Research Council, South Africa)
‘O clever. He’s streetwise.’ When gestures become quotable: The case of the clever gesture

Roland Posner, Massimo Serenari, Reinhard Krüger, Thomas Noll (Technical
University Berlin)
Adam Kendon (University of Pennsylvania)
Kinesic Forms and Semantic Themes in Gesture Families Observed in Naples and ElsewhereCornelia Müller (Freie Universität Berlin)
Forms and Uses of the Palm Up-Open-Hand in a Spanish ConversationIrene Mittelberg (Cornell University) Making grammar visible: the use of gestural metaphors to represent
grammatical categories and structuresRebecca Webb (University of Rochester)
American Metaphoric Gestures: a Lexicon and Components

3:45 – 4:15 Coffee Break
4:15 – 6:00
General Assembly of the International Society for Gesture Studies

7:30 – 9:00 Film Presentation

16 dream fragments
videoessay, 51 min
by Anette Rose (Berlin)

“In their ‘dream fragments,’ seven women tell of strange incidents they experienced in their sleep. The montage highlights the women’s facial expressions and gestures and, in particular, those aspects that bow to the dictates of language, come to its aid, elude it, race ahead of it, or even circumvent it altogether.”


Friday, June 7

8:45 – 9:45
Scott Liddell
Two types of Directional Gestures in American Sign Language: Unprompted and Grammatically Required (Gallaudet University)

9:45 – 10:45
David McNeill (University of Chicago)
Dialectic of Gesture and Language

10:45 – 11:15 Coffee Break

11:15 – 1:00 Panels

3.1.1
Gesture in the Making of Music
3.1.2
Gestures in Conversation
3.1.3
Theorizing Gesture: Dynamic Embodiment in Anthropological Perspective
Sign Language

3.1.4
The transition from gesture to sign

3.1.5
Experimental Studies of Gestures as Communication
Richard Ashley (Northwestern University)
Gesture in defining musical performance: A case studyShin MARUYAMA (The University of Tokyo, Japan) &
Nobuhiro FURUYAMA (National Institute of Infomatics, Japan)
Functional variations and organization of expressive gestures by a classical orchestral conductorRonda Mader & Richard Ashley (Northwestern U.)
Gestures of Flutists: Categories and FunctionsLaura Lohman (DePauw University)
Improvisatory Gestures and the Transmission of Western Classical Music
Lone Laursen (University of Odense)
On some aspects of gestures and projection: When gestures are continued or produced after the related lexical componentUlrike Bohle (Freie Universitaet Berlin)
Gestures in compound turn constructional unitsEllen Fricke (Technische Universitaet Berlin)
Origo, pointing, and conceptualization – what gestures reveal about the nature of the origo in face to-face interactionAndré Hatting (Freie Universitaet Berlin)
The communicative function of gestures
A. Shand (U. of Illinois) The Sign of the Cross in the Greek Orthodox Church

M. Franken (UC Riverside) Indigenous “Gesture” in Egyptian Folkloric Dance

B. Farnell (U. of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)
Notating Indigenous Conceptions of Action and Space
in Plains Sign Language

J. D. Jackson (Goucher College)
The Social World of Voguing

K.McKandless (U. Of Illinois) Vinyasa Yoga

D. Williams (Oxford),Discussant

 

Judy Kegl (U. Of Southern Maine), Gesture and the Language-Ready Brain

Janet Bavelas, Christine Kenwood, Trudy Johnson, Bruce Phillips, Jennifer Gerwing, Danielle Prevost, & Chantelle Sutton (University of Victoria)

The effects of visibility and vocabulary on the rate and redundancy of gestures

How actions become symbols

Gestures in face-to-face, telephone, and tape recorder conditions

1:00 – 2:00 Lunch Break

2:00 – 3:45 Panels

3.2.1
Putting Gesture in Its Place: Ethnomethodological Studies of Instructed Action
3.2.2
Cultural Contexts
3.2.3
Embodiment
3.2.4
American Sign Language (ASL)
3.2.5
Gesture as a Facilitator of Lexical Access – A Panel with Robert Krauss
Leslie Jarmon (UT Austin)
Emergent ‘object-situations’: Sequential structures in situated training/learning activitiesDoug Macbeth (Ohio State U.) The achieved definite sense and meaning of ‘Thisses and That’s’ in a 5th grade classroomDavid Bogen (Emerson College) Being there: ‘Seeing the city’ as a discoverable order of looking and findingDusan Bjelic (U. of Southern Maine) Peformatives in the panopticon: Camera, shot, and self-aestheticizing response
Shuichi Nobe (Aoyama Gakuin University)
Gesture and acoustic aspects of speech in a foreign languageM.-A. Morel, P. Del’Erba, L. Danon-Boileau & A.Martone (Paris), Gesture in a conversation between four young adults in NapoliJeffrey Davis (U.
of Tennessee)
Gestural Communication Among Indigenous PeoplesRonald B. Crawford (The University of Wolverhampton)
The Cultural Significance of Gestures and the Counterbalance of Kinesics and KinesiologyArnold Groh (Technical University of Berlin)
Cultural Factors of Gesture Interpretation – A Field Study in South East Asia
Satinder P. Gill, (Stanford U.)
Gesture in Collaborative Concept Formation: Case of SketchingJulio Cesar de Tavares
(Universidade Federal Fluminense, Rio de Janeiro)
Embodied Language, Gesture and MemoryDeborah Kapchan
(UT Austin)
Inhabiting Gesture: Intentionality and Performativity in Moroccan TranceKatharine Young (San Francisco)
The Philosopher’s Body: Rhetoric and Charisma in Somatic Psychology
Kearsy Cormier (UT Austin)
Is the use of space in ASL linguistic or gestural? Evidence from pluralsChristian Rathmann,
Richard P. Meier (UT Austin) & Gaurav Mathur (U. of Connectitut)
From gesture to verb agreement in signed languagesEvelyn McClave (California State University, Northridge)
Nonmanual Gestures in American Sign LanguageChristian Vogler (U. of Pennsylvania) and Dimitris Metaxas (Rutgers University)
American Sign Language Recognition: The Modeling Challenge
Gesture as a Facilitator of Lexical Retrieval
Robert M. Krauss and Ezequiel Morsella
(Columbia University)Respondent:
Herbert Clark
(Stanford University)

 

3:45 – 4:15 Coffee Break

4:15 – 6:00 Panels

Technology
3.3.1
Collaboration/
Distributed Cognition
3.3.2
Gesture as Interface in Human-Computer Interaction
3.3.3
Tarahumara Ritual Peformance
3.3.4
Sign-Languages in Comparative Perspective
3.3.5
Gesture and Lexical Access II
L. Mondada
(Université de Lyon 2) “are you sure it is not the posterior part of the stomach?”: Coordinating surgical action and talk-in-interactionM. Nevile (Australian National University)
Gesture in the airline cockpit: allocating control of the engine power levers during a takeoffA. Spagnolli (University of Padua, Italy) Coping with fire in a virtual environment: the reason for ineffective gesturesN. J. Enfield (Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics)
Editing gesture diagrams: manipulating the cohesion of virtual diagrams
in gesture space
Andrea Corradini (Oregon Health & Science University)
Gesture Interfaces for Multimodal Systems in HCIP. Kühnlein, M. Nimke, H. Rieser, & J. Stegmann (Univ. Bielefeld) An Interface for the Integration of Speech and Co-verbal pointing: An HPSG-based Syntax/ Semantics Interface TestedK.Müller (Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering) Non-verbal behaviour in 3D multiuser-environmentsS. Kopp, T. Sowa, I. Wachsmuth (Univ. Bielefeld) Imitation games with a virtual communicator: From mimicking to conceptualizing representational gestures
J.E. Lonergan (San Jose State University)
The ecology of servitude in Tarahumara ritual tesgüinadasJ.E. Lonergan (San Jose State University) and
PA Small (El Paso Community College)
Dance or Die: Tarahumara ritual spectacle in norírahuachi 

 

 

David Quinto-Pozos (UT Austin)
Gesture in the sign streamRoland Pfau (University of Amsterdam) The Grammar of HeadshakeAmy Franklin, Carolyn Mylander, and Susan Goldin Meadow (U. of Chicago) The resilience of combinatorial structure at the word level: Morphology in Chinese and American home sign systemsAlejandro Oviedo (Universidad de Los Andes, Venezuela and Universität Hamburg)
´Te pinto una paloma´. Emblems in the Venezuelan Sign Language?
A.L. Kinney (UT Austin) & A.J. Bateman (IBM Corporation & UT Austin)
Gesture during Speech Production: Lexical Access Facilitator or MoreS.M. Wagner,S. Goldin Meadow, H. Nusbaum (U. of Chicago) The Relationship Between Gesture and Visual-Spatial Working MemoryG. Stam (National-Louis University/U. of Chicago)
Lexical searches/lexical failures and gesture in second language developmentA.Melinger & W.Levelt (MPI for Psycholinguistics)
Evidence from the speaker for a communicative function of gesture

Saturday, June 8

9:15 – 10:15
John Haviland (Reed College & CIESAS)
Master Talkers, Master Gesturers

10:15 – 11:15
Adam Kendon (Philadelphia/Napoli)
Gesture Diversity

11:15 – 11:45 Coffee Break

11:45 – 1:00
Closing Session

Afternoon
Bodies Freezing in Motion (Communal Frolicking at Barton Springs)
bus pick-up: 2 p.m./return 5 p.m.

Evening
BBQ Dinner at the Salt Lick in the Hill Country
bus pick-up: 6 p.m./return 10 p.m.