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G REGORY A. T HOMPSON 11277 North Park Drive Highland, Utah 84003 [email protected] 773-746-5955 E DUCATION Ph.D. University of Chicago, Department of Comparative Human Development, 2011 Thesis: The Role of Interpersonal Recognition in Learning: Case Studies of Tutoring Interactions Between University Undergraduates and Inner-City High School Students . M.A. University of Chicago, Department of Comparative Human Development, 2003. Thesis: Talking ‘Black’ to Teachers: a Retrospective Look at White Suburban High School Boys’ Use of ‘Black’ Phrases . M.S. University of Utah, Education, Culture, and Society, 2001. Thesis: Racially Biased Epistemologies in Social Science Research on the Black-White Test-score gap . B.A. University of Chicago, Psychology (with Honors, thesis: On the Reducibility of Mental States to Physical Brain States ), 1994. P OSITIONS H ELD 2014 – Present. Assistant Professor . Department of Anthropology, Brigham Young University. 2012 – 2014. Visiting Assistant Professor . Department of Anthropology, Brigham Young University. 2010 – Present. Affiliated Researcher . Laboratory of Comparative Human Cognition, University of California, San Diego. 2010 – 2012. Sanford I. Berman Post-Doctoral Fellow . Department of Communication, University of California, San Diego. Faculty Advisor : Michael Cole. 2006-2010. Lecturer . University of Chicago. E DITED V OLUMES Thompson, G. A. (2016). (With Benjamin Smith). Fashions of Speaking and Temporalities of Self-Fashioning . Special Issue of Language and Communication, January (Vol. 46).
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P EER -R EVIEWED J OURNAL A RTICLES Thompson, G. A. (2016). “Temporality, stance ownership, and the constitution of subjectivity.” Language and Communication , 46, 30-41 . Smith, B. K., and Thompson, G. A. (2016). “Semiosis, Temporality, Self-fashioning: An Introduction.” Language & Communication, 46, 14-18. Thompson, G. A. (2014) “ Labeling in Interactional Practice: Applying Labeling Theory to Interactions and Interactional Analysis to Labeling .” Symbolic Interaction , 37 (4), 458- 482. Stone, L., and Thompson, G. A. (2014) “The Dance of Stance: The Role of Epistemic and Affective Stance-taking in Building a Classroom Mood.” Learning, Culture, and Social Interaction , 3 (4), 309-322. Thompson, G. A. and Gonen Dori-Hacohen (2012). “Framing Selves in Interactional Practice.” Electronic Journal of Communication special issue on Communication as Social Construction. 22 (3/4). Published in French as: “ Le Cadrage Personnel dans la Pratique Interactionnelle.” B OOK C HAPTERS AND I NVITED R EVIEWS Thompson, G. A. (2015). “Beyond epistemology: Qualitative research and the constitution of forms of life.” Review of The Science of Qualitative Research by Martin Packer. Theory and Psychology, 25(1), 142-144. Thompson, G. A. (2015). “The Spirit of Collaboration.” In Andy Blunden (ed.) Collaborative Projects: An Interdisciplinary Study . Thompson, G. A. (2014). “A Challenge (?) in the Interest of Dialogic Pedagogy”. In Adam Lefstein and Julia Snell (Ed.) Better than Best Practice: Developing teaching and learning through dialogue .
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  • Anthropology, Sociology, University of Chicago, G. A., American Educational Research, Educational Research Association

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