Finnish Centre of Excellence in Research on Intersubjectivity in Interaction

Finnish Centre of Excellence in Research on Intersubjectivity in Interaction
The research project “Intersubjectivity in Interaction” has been granted a Centre of Excellence status for the years 2012–2017 by the Academy of Finland. The project studies the creation/emergence and maintenance of intersubjective understanding in social interaction. A deep understanding of intersubjectivity is necessary for example in developing professional skills in clinical or multicultural encounters. The CoE is multi-lingual and multidisciplinary, comprising of linguists and social scientists.
Director in charge is professor Marja-Leena Sorjonen. During period 1.8.2016 – 31.7.2017 acting director is Vice-Director professor Anssi Peräkylä. The CoE commenced in January 2012.
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29.5.2017 DISSERTATION

Katariina Harjunpää:
Translatory practices in everyday conversation. Bilingual mediating in Finnish–Brazilian Portuguese interaction
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26.5.2017 CONFERMENT CEREMONY

The Faculty of Philosophy confers professor Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen as honorary doctor at the Conferment Ceremony.
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13.5.2017 ABOUT IIA-2017 CONFERENCE IN ROLSI-BLOG

Taru Auranne and Taina Valkeapää
Rolsi.net Guest Blog

3.3.2017 Professor Anssi Peräkylä in newspaper Helsingin Sanomat

Helsingin Sanomat 3.3.2017:
Sosiologi Anssi Peräkylä tutki ihmisiä keskustelutilanteissa: Yhteisymmärrys sai keskustelijat huojumaan samaan tahtiin
Read article in hs.fi (in Finnish)

19.10.2016 Book publication, Tiedekulma

Camilla Lindholm ja Melisa Stevanovic
Keskustelunanalyysi
Watch event here (in Finnish)

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