I am a linguist and conversation analyst interested in how speakers use language and the body to resources for accomplishing various forms of social action. Below you can find copies of some recent publications:

Gronert, N. M. & Raclaw, J. (Forthcoming). Contesting the terms of consent: How university students (dis)align with 
        institutional policy on sexual consent. To appear in Gender and Language.
DiDomenico, S. M., Raclaw, J., & Robles, J. S. (Forthcoming). Attending to the mobile text summons: Managing multiple 
        communicative activities across co-present and  technologically-mediated interactions. To appear in Communication 
Robles, J. S., DiDomenico, S. M., & Raclaw, J. (2018). Doing being an ordinary technology and social media user. Language & 
        Communication, 16, 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, March 2018.
        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”: 
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 (p. 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 (p. 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 
        (p. 1-12). New York: Oxford University Press.