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Grafinkel's Works 
& Major Life Events 
After Studies in Ethnomethodology (1967)(=SiE
 Phenomenological/Sociological/Ethnomethodological  Works Related to Garfinkel's SiE (1967)
 - 1970-71 Visiting Professor of Sociology, School of Social Science, University of California, Irvine. - 1970 Pepinsky,H.B. editor People and Information. (N.Y.:Pergamon Press) .(the book's publication started with a collaboration by Eldridge Adams, Harold Garfinkel, George Klare, Harold Pepinsky, Arne Walle, Karl Weick, Theodore van Fossen, Marshall Yovits, and Don Zimmerman in a meeting in a day of 1967. (xiii). 
  -  1971 Douglas, J.D. editor, Understanding Everyday Life: Toward a Reconstruction of Sociological Knowledge. (London,Routledge and Kegan Paul.)
 - 1972-1973 Visiting Professor of Sociology, School of Social Science, University of California, Irvine.

- 1972 Elected to the Sociological Research Association
- 1973 Simon Visiting Professor of Sociology, University of Manchester, England. - 1973 Speer, Matthew How to Observe Face-to-Face Communication: A Sociological Introduction. Pacific Palisades, CA: Goodyear Publishing Co., Inc.
  - 1974 Wieder, D. L., Language and social reality. The Hague: Mouton.
 - 1975 - 76 Fellow, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, Palo Alto, California.

- 1975 (June) Boston University Summer Term, Special Summer Session in Social Theory: "Ethnomethodology: Perspectives and Progress" (with Harvey Sacks).
  -November 14, 1975 Harvey Sacks died.
 - 1976 (October) Visiting Professor, Department of Sociology, York University, Canada, to conduct Seminars and Student and Faculty Conferences : "How to do ethnomethodological studies." 
 - 1977 (July) Boston University Summer Term, Special Summer Session in Social Theory: "Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis" (with Emmanuel Schegloff). 
 1978 Sudnow, David. 2001[1978]. Ways of the Hand: A Rewritten Account. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press (first ed., Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1978).
  Sudnow, David. 1980. Talk’s Body: A Meditation between Two Keyboards. London and NY: Penguin.
-Garfinkel, Harold, Michael Lynch, and Eric Livingston. 1981. “The Work of a Discovering Science Construed with Materials from the Optically Discovered Pulsar.” Philosophy of the Social Sciences 11: 131–158. 
  -Heritage, John. 1984.  Garfinkel and Ethnomethodology.  Cambridge: Polity.
 -Boston Conference on Ethnomethodology, August 28, 1987. 
- Garfinkel, Harold, Eric Livingston, Michael Lynch, Douglas Macbeth, and Albert B. Robillard. 1988. “Respecifying the Natural Sciences as Discovering Sciences of Practical Action, I & II: Doing So Ethnographically by Administering a Schedule of Contingencies in Discussions with Laboratory Scientists and by Hanging around their Laboratories.” Unpublished manuscript, Department of Sociology, UCLA. - Hilton, Gerald Thematic Origins of Scientific Thought: Kepler to Einstein. Harvard. (-> cited in Garfinkel, Livingston, Lynch, Macbeth, & Robillard 1988)
- Spring 1990, Garfinkel taught a semester-long seminar in ethnomethodology in the Department of Sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.(Thanks to prof. D.W.Maynard for this information.) 
- Garfinkel, Harold "Respecification: evidence for locally produced, naturally accountable phenomena of order*, logic, reason, meaning, method, etc. in and as of the essential haecceity of immortal ordinary society, (I) - an announcement of studies," in Graham Button (ed.) Ethnomethodology and Human Sciences, Cambridge University Press, 1991:10-19.
- Garfinkel,Harold & D. Lawrence Wieder "Two Incommensurable, Asymmetrically Alternate Technologies of Social Analysis" in Text in Context: Contributions in Ethnomethodology (Graham Watson & Robert Seiler, editors, The University of Calgary, Sage Publications.)
 Garfinkel, Harold "A Catalog of Investigations with Which to Respecify Topics of Logic, Order, Meaning, Method, Reason, Structure, Science, and the Rest, in, about, and as the Workings of Immortal, Ordinary Society Just in any Actual Case. What Did We D? What Did We Learn? (July 14, 1994) 
  Sudnow, David. 2001[1978]. Ways of the Hand: A Rewritten Account. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press (first ed., Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1978).
-Garfinkel, Harold. 2002. Ethnomethodology’s Program: Working Out Durkheim’s Aphorism. Lanham, MD: Roman and Littlefield. 

Materials on EM's recent history

Written/Spoken EMCA histories

((Harold Garfinkel 1917-2011))
-  UCLA Library's Archive of Harold Garfinkel's Papers Overview
- Lynch, Michael. 2015. “Garfinkel’s Legacy: Bastards All the Way Down.” Contemporary Sociology 44(5): 604-615.
- Douglas Maynard and John Heritage (eds.), Harold Garfinkel: Praxis, Social Order, and the Ethnomethodology Movement. (In preparation)

((Harvey Sacks 1935-1975))

((David Sudnow 1939-2007))

((Egon Bittner 1921-2011))

((Aaron Cicourel))

((Edward Rose))

((D. Lawrence Wieder))

((Talcott Parsons: ))

((Studies of Work))

Tolmie, Peter, Steve Benford, and Mark Rounsfield. 2013. “Playing in Irish Music Sessions.” In Ethnomethodology at Play, edited by Peter Tolmie and Mark Rounsfield, 227-256. Farnam, UK: Ashgate.(<- ML"Studies of Work")

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Created by Shiro Kashimura on April 12, 2016. History of Modification: October 4; October 16,, 2016.