- Ph.D., Northwestern University, 1969
Teaching and Research Interests
Organization and conduct of face to face interaction, sociolinguistic discourse analysis, ethnographic research methods, study of social interaction as a learning environment, anthropology of education.
Talk and social theory: Ecologies of speaking and listening in everyday life. Cambridge UK: Polity Press.
Culture in society and in educational practices. Revised chapter in J. Banks and C. M. Banks (eds.) Multicultural Education: Issues and perspectives. (5th edition) New York: John Wiley.
Origins: A brief intellectual and technical history of the emergence of multimodal discourse analysis. In P. Levine and R. Scollon (eds.) Discourse and technology: Multimodal discourse analysis. Washington DC: Georgetown University Press
Foreword. In K. Schultz. Listening to Teach. New York: Teachers College Press.
From research "on" teaching to research "in" teaching: How I have been learning to collaborate with teachers in the portrayal of their work. Charles di Garmo Lecture 2001, Society of Professors of Education.