Special issues


Mondada, L. (Ed.). (2016). Writing in interaction. Special issue of Language and Dialogue 6(1).



  • Mondada, L. (2017). Walking and talking together: Questions/answers and mobile participation in guided visits. Social Science Information 56(2).
  • Svinhufvud, K., Voutilainen, L., & Weiste, E. (2017). Normalizing in student counseling: Counselors’ responses to students’ problem descriptions. Discourse Studies 19: 196–215.


  • Mondada, L. (2016). Challenges of multimodality: Language and the body in social interaction. Journal of Sociolinguistics 20: 336-366.
  • Mondada, L., & Svinhufvud, K. (2016). Writing-in-interaction: Studying writing as a multimodal phenomenon in social interaction. Language and Dialogue 6: 1-53.
  • Svinhufvud, K. (2016). Nodding and note-taking: Multimodal analysis of writing and nodding in student counseling interaction. Language and Dialogue 6: 81-109.
  • Mondada, L. (2016). Going to write: Embodied trajectories of writing of collective proposals in grassroots democracy meetings. Language and Dialogue 6: 140-178.
  • Jakonen, T. (2016). Gaining access to another participant’s writing in the classroom. Language and Dialogue 6: 179-204.
  • Jakonen, T. (2016). Managing multiple normativities in classroom interaction: Student responses to teacher reproaches for inappropriate language choice in a bilingual classroom. Linguistics and Education 33: 14-27.
  • Jakonen, T. (2016). Handling knowledge: Using classroom materials to construct and interpret information requests. Journal of Pragmatics 89: 100-112.


  • Mondada, L. (2015). Comment les interactants gèrent plusieurs activités en même temps: Organisation multimodale de la multiactivité. Estudos de sociologia 21(1), 149-188.
  • Mondada, L., & Oloff, F. (2015). «Hetero oder homo ?» La performance d’un coming out hétérosexuel à la radio. Langage et Société 2015(2), 17-40.
  • Mondada, L., Svensson, H., & van Schepen, N. (2015). ‘Why that not now’: Participants’ orientations towards several organizational layers in social interaction. Bulletin VALS/ASLA 101, 51-71.
  • Mondada, L. (2015). The facilitator’s task of formulating citizens’ proposals in political meetings: Orchestrating multiple embodied orientations to recipients. Gesprächsforschung – Online-Zeitschrift zur verbalen Interaktion 16, 1-62.
  • Chapters


  • Mondada, L. (2016). Operating together: The collective achievement of surgical action. In: S. J. White & J. A. Cartmill (eds.), Communication in surgical practice. Sheffield: Equinox.
  • 2015

  • Mondada, L. (2015). Deixis and social interaction. In: F. Damilano & K. Jungbluth (eds.), Handbook on deixis in Roman languages. Berlin: De Gruyter, 661-683.
  • Mondada, L. (2015). Multimodal resources and the organization of social interaction. In: A. Rocci, A. & L. De Saussure (eds.), Handbook for verbal communication. Berlin: De Gruyter, 329-349.
  • Mondada, L. (2015). Multimodal completions. In: A. Deppermann, & S. Günthner (eds.), Temporality in interaction. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 267-307.
  • Mondada, L. (2015). Ethnomethodology. In: K. Tracy, C. Ilie & T. Sandel (eds.), The international encyclopedia of language and social interaction. Boston: John Wiley & Sons.
  • Mondada, L. (2015). Introduction de nouveaux référents et gestion de l’attention conjointe: Les apports de l’analyse interactionnelle multimodale. In: J. Jacquin et al. (éds.), Volume d’hommages à Anne-Claude Berthoud. Bruxelles: De Boeck, 115-130.