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John Hartigan, Director SAC 4.102, 2201 Speedway Stop C3900, Austin TX 78712 • 512-471-4206

Elizabeth L. Keating

Professor Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles

Elizabeth L. Keating



Additional affiliations: STS

Courses taught:

Culture and Communication
Language in Culture and Society
Language and Society
Visual Anthropology
Language and Technology
New Communication Technologies
Introduction to Graduate Linguistic Anthropology
Conversation Analysis and Narrative

Discourse Analysis
Language and Gender in Interaction
Language and Power
Language and Cognition
Knowledge, Power and Practice in Science
Technology and Society
Uses of Video in Linguistic Anthropology
Consulting and Publication Workshop for Graduate Students in Science


Linguistic Anthropology, Micronesia, Language and Status, American Sign Language, New Communication Technologies, Computer-Mediated interaction, Multimodal Communication, Visual Anthropology


Keating, E.L. (2009) Pragmatics and Technology. In . Studies in Pragmatics.
Keating, E.L. (2009) Societal Impacts of Nanomanufacturing. In . Nanomanufacturing, American Scientific Publishers.

Monteiro, M. and Keating, E.L. (2009). Managing Misunderstandings: The Role of Language in Interdisciplinary Scientific Collaboration. Science Communication. Vol. 31, No. 1, 6-28.

Keating, E.L., Edwards, T. & Mirus, G. (2008, September) Cybersign: Impacts of New Communication Technologies on Space and Language. Journal of Pragmatics.
Keating, E.L. (2008) Space Shifting: New Technologies, New Opportunities. Texas Linguistic Forum Texas Linguistic Forum.
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