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- Ph.D., University of Colorado, Boulder
- M.A., University of Colorado, Boulder
- B.A., Stockton University
- English linguistics
- Conversation analysis
- Linguistic anthropology and sociolinguistics
- Language, gender, and sexuality
- Queer and trans linguistics
- Language, gesture, and the body
- Introduction to Linguistics (ENG/LIN 230)
- Language, Gender, and Sexuality (ENG 240)
- Structure of Modern English (ENG 331)
- Language and the Internet (LIN 300)
- Conversation Analysis (LIN 333)
- Dialects of American English (ENG 339)
- Language and Culture (ANT/LIN 380)
- Language, Gesture, and the Body (ENG 400)
- Sexuality, Identity, and Desire (ENG 400)
- Effective Writing (WRT 120)
- Critical Writing and Research (WRT 200)
- Zimman, L., Davis, J., & Raclaw, J. (2014). Queer excursions: Retheorizing binaries in language, gender, and sexuality. New York: Oxford University Press.
Journal Articles & Book Chapters
- Robles, J. S., DiDomenico, S. M., Raclaw, J., & Joyce, J. B. (2023). Reporting mobile
device-mediated text to manage action and agency in co-present conversation. Social Interaction: Video-Based Studies of Human Sociality, 6(1).
- Caldwell, M. & Raclaw, J. (2023). ‘I just need a yes or no’: Managing resistant responses
in U.S. Senate hearings. Discourse Studies, Online First.
- Raclaw, J., Durante, L., & Marquardt, O. (2021). “I saw you like this now I wanna
know”: Noticing recipiency and responding to likes on Twitter. Colorado Research in Linguistics, 25, 1-12.
- Robles, J. S., DiDomenico, S. & Raclaw, J. (2021) Using objects and technologies in
the immediate environment as resources for managing affect displays in troubles talk.
In J. S. Robles & A. Weatherall & (Eds.), How emotions are made in talk (pp. 101-128). John Benjamins.
- Raclaw, J., Barchas-Lichtenstein, J., & Bajuniemi, A. (2020). Online surveys as discourse
context: Response practices and recipient design. Discourse, Context & Media 38.
- DiDomenico, S. M., Raclaw, J., & Robles, J. S. (2020). Attending to the mobile text
summons: Managing multiple communicative activities across co-present and technologically-mediated
interactions. Communication Research, 47(5), 669-700.
- Gronert, N. M. & Raclaw, J. (2019). Contesting the terms of consent: How university
students (dis)align with institutional policy on sexual consent. Gender and Language, 13(3), 291-313.
- Pier, E. L., Raclaw, J., Carnes, M., Ford, C. E., & Kaatz, A. (2019). Laughter and
the chair: Social pressures influencing scoring during grant peer review meetings.
Journal of General Internal Medicine, 34(4), 513-514.
- Robles, J. S., DiDomenico, S. M., & Raclaw, J. (2018). Doing being an ordinary technology
and social media user. Language & Communication, 60, 150-167.
- Pier, E. L., Brauer, M., Filut, A., Kaatz, A., Raclaw, J., Nathan, M. J., Ford, C.E.,
& Carnes, M. (2018). Low agreement among reviewers evaluating the same NIH grant applications.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Mar 2018, 201714379.
- Raclaw, J. & Ford, C. E. (2017) Laughter and the management of divergent positions
in peer review interactions. Journal of Pragmatics, 113, 1-15.
- Pier, E. L., Raclaw, J., Kaatz, A., Carnes, M., Nathan, M. J., & Ford, C. E. (2017).
“Your comments are meaner than your score”: How Score Calibration Talk influences
inter-panel variability during scientific grant peer review. Research Evaluation 26(1): 1-14.
- Raclaw, J., Robles, J. S., & DiDomenico, S. M. (2016). Providing epistemic support
for assessments through mobile-supported sharing activities. Research on Language and Social Interaction 49(4): 362-379.
- Raclaw, J. & Ford, C. E. (2015). Meetings as interactional achievements: A conversation
analytic approach. In J. A. Allen, N. Lehmann-Willenbrock, & S. G. Rogelberg (Eds.),
The science of meetings at work: The Cambridge handbook of meeting science (pp. 247-276). New York: Cambridge University Press.
- Raclaw, J. (2015) Conversation analysis, overview. In K. Tracy (Ed.), The international encyclopedia of language and social interaction (pp. 1-11). Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
- Davis, J., Zimman, L., & Raclaw, J. (2014) Opposites attract: Retheorizing binaries
in language, gender, and sexuality. In L. Zimman, J. Davis, & J. Raclaw (Eds.), Queer excursions: Retheorizing binaries in language, gender, and sexuality (pp. 1-12). New York: Oxford University Press.
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