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Since 1996 I have managed the website Ethno/CA News which offered information on Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis. For various reasons I have decided to retreat from being the  person responsible for this function. Luckily there is now a more up-to-date successor, a Wiki designed by Saul Albert and supported by the International Society for Conversation Analysi (ISCA). Information from Ethno/CA News is being moved to this new facility. It can be consulted at:

After October 1, the current site will no longer be updated, but it will stay online for some time.

I do hope that the new Ethno/CA News will be as useful as the earlier versions were.

Best wishes, Paul ten Have

The items which appear in ETHNO/CA NEWS are quite often merely recapitulations of information received or captured from a variety of sources, with no guarantee of accuracy. Corrections are welcome and will be included in the next update.
ETHNO/CA NEWS offered information on Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis. A printed version has been issued at irregular intervals from 1992 - 1996.  A WWW-version has been in operation since the Fall of 1996.

Ethno/CA News was a medium for the exchange of information concerning publications, conferences and other items relevant to Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis among those who work in the field or have a strong interest in it. It  was produced by Paul ten Have, formerly Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, University of Amsterdam.

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