‘Radical is key’ – Garfinkel and Wieder, 1992




The meetings in Manchester were recorded for posterity. Those on the first day are available as audio recordings, those on the second as video.

The first day

These files have rather poor audio quality in places.

The second day

Michael Lynch, ‘Radical ethnomethodology’

Doug Macbeth, ‘Does ethnomethodological conversation analysis have a “soft underbelly”?’

Dušan Bjelić and Michael Lynch, ‘Studies of work, radical reflexivity, and unique adequacy requirement’

Jeff Coulter, ‘Ethnomethodology and ‘linguistic phenomenology’

Graham Button and Wes Sharrock, ‘We wouldn’t go there starting from here’