The Scientific Program Committee invites prospective authors to submit titles and abstracts of conference papers and posters for consideration for presentation at ICCA 2023. Submissions can be made via the Abstract Submission Portal below.

All abstracts must follow the instructions listed below and be submitted online before midnight AEST 30 June 2022 (Brisbane, Queensland) (3pm GMT 30 June). Please note that the closing date for abstract submission will not be extended.

All enquiries regarding abstracts for ICCA 2023 should be emailed to

Key Dates
Abstract submissions open Now open
Abstract submission deadline 30 June 2022, Midnight AEST (3.00pm GMT)
Authors notified acceptance August 2022

Abstract Submission Details & Guidelines

  • Abstracts should be submitted by the (first) presenting author.
  • Abstracts should be submitted in English.
  • Notification will be emailed only to the person who submitted the abstract.
  • Abstracts must be submitted before midnight AEST, 30 June 2022 for consideration by the Committee.
  • Abstract authors will be notified of acceptance or otherwise by August 2022.

Writing your abstract

  • Abstracts should be no more than one page A4 paper in 12-point font.
  • Abstracts should be submitted as a Microsoft Word document

ICCA 2023 Panels

Prospective abstract authors will have the opportunity to select one of the below panels during the submission process. Authors should select a panel, to which they feel their abstract aligns. If you do not wish to submit your abstract for consideration in one of these panels, please select general abstracts.

Accepted Panels

4: Searching historical recordings: Towards a diachronic analysis of social interaction - Elisabeth Reber

5: Advancing Preference Organization Research: Studies of the Timing and Design of Social Action - Michael Haugh

6: Analyzing Interaction in Institutional Settings: Celebrating 30 years of Drew & Heritage’s Talk at Work - Danielle Pillet-Shore

7: Perception in interaction - Brian Due

8: Touch and Affect in Health Care: The Intercorporeal and Interaffective Choreographies of Touching and Being Touched - Julia Katila

9: Argumentation of elementary school children in conversations - Martin Luginbühl

10: Exploring Social Norms across Languages - Tanya Stivers

11: Monitoring and modifying problem behavior in informal interaction - Uwe-Alexander Küttner

12: Screen-centred interactions - Brian Due

13: Managing risk and harm in social interaction - Emma Tennent

14: Enriching the Wild: L2 interaction in virtual, augmented, and simulated settings - Tim Greer

15: Exploring Dimensions of Action Formation: Knowledge and Perception as Resources in the Construction of an Action - Satomi Kuroshima

16: (Re)Production and Negotiation of Asymmetries - Catherine Tam

17: The COMPAIR project: Comparing conversational repair practices across interactions involving participants with asymmetric competencies - Minna Laakso

18: Manual know-how in interaction - Niina Lilja

19: Exertion and strain in interaction - Leelo Keevallik

20: Repetitions as/in responsive actions across different languages - Galina Bolden

21: Personality in Interaction - Emmi Koskinen

24: Openings of Encounters between Strangers in Public Space: Bodies, Language, and Social Order - Elwys De Stefani

25: Relational dimensions of conversations when death is a relevant matter - Stuart Ekberg

26: Institutional Realities of Latin America - Veronica Gonzalez Temer

27: Interaction in innovative institutional contexts - Eric Hauser

28: Responses to news: cross-linguistic perspectives - Xiaoting Li

29: Exploring food practices: body, materiality, and sociality - Sally Wiggins

30: The multidimensionality of epistemics in interaction: including knowing-how and multimodality - Tom Koole

31: Sensoriality in Social Interaction - Lorenza Mondada

32: Embodiment and spatiality in instructional settings - Pilvi Heinonen

33: Embodiment in action formation and ascription - Alexandra Gubina

34: Managing the unsaid in interaction: linguistic and interactional resources for not saying something - Richard Ogden

35: From polarization to transcending differences: Exploring the “fingerprint” of conflict and dialogue - Lotte van Burgsteden

36: Using Conversation Analysis for examining extended timeframes and identifying overall structural organisations - Anna Vatanen

37: Navigating trust and distrust: Manifesting and negotiating (dis)trust in interaction- Ann Merrit Rikke Nielsen

38: Health-in-Interaction: Discursive Psychological Perspectives - Bogdana Huma & Petra Sneijder

39: Disfluency as methodical practices for interaction - Tomoyo Takagi

41: CA and Healthcare Encounters: State-of-the-method - Rebecca Barnes

42: Interactional histories and Conversation Analysis - Arnulf Deppermann

Terms and Conditions

  • All abstracts will be submitted via the ICCA23 abstract submission portal.
  • Prospective presenters will be able to nominate panels for their presentation.
  • Following the closing of the general call for papers, panel organisers will receive all of the abstracts linked to their panel.
  • Panel organisers have the right to accept or reject abstract proposals. Papers which are not accepted for a nominated panel can be considered for a general session.


Please direct all abstract enquiries to:

ICCA 2023 Secretariat
ICMS Australasia