Elizabeth L. Keating


Associate FacultyPh.D., University of California, Los Angeles

Professor
Elizabeth L. Keating

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Interests


Linguistic Anthropology, Language and Status, American Sign Language, New Communication Technologies, Multimodal Communication, Visual Anthropology

Biography


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
eSociety
Knowledge, Power and Practice in Science
Technology and Society
Uses of Video in Linguistic Anthropology
Consulting and Publication Workshop for Graduate Students in Science

Courses


WGS 393 • Anthropology Of Lang & Gender

47195 • Spring 2012
Meets TH 200pm-500pm SAC 4.116
(also listed as ANT 393, LIN 392)

 This course explores ideas about gender as they emerge through language and embodied behavior, and the role gender plays in the structure of human interaction and human society. Readings include both ethnographic studies and theoretical work about language and gender across a range of disciplines and cultures. Early on in the course students will collect language data from a context of their choice, and this data will be analyzed both collaboratively and individually in terms of the concepts and issues examined in the readings and in class discussions.

WGS 393 • Anthropology Of Lang & Gender

47250 • Fall 2010
Meets TH 900am-1200pm EPS 1.128
(also listed as ANT 393, LIN 392)

This course explores notions of gender as they emerge and are constructed in language in interaction, and the role that gender plays in the structure of human interaction. Readings include both ethnographic studies and theoretical work about language and gender across a range of disciplines and cultures.

Publications


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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External Links



  • Center for Women's and Gender Studies

    University of Texas at Austin
    Burdine Hall 536
    2505 University Avenue, A4900
    Austin, Texas 78712
    512-471-5765