Curriculum Vitae (Summary)
Name : Russell Kelly
1968 B.Sc.(Hons.) Sociology, University of London
1986 Certificate in FE Applications of IT,
of Central Lancashire
1996 Certificate in Applied Languages (German),
University of Central Lancashire
1997 MA Econ. (Sociology), Distinction
University of Manchester
Membership of Learned Societies:
of the Society for the Study of Symbolic
Institute for Ethnomethodology and Conversation
Current Post Freelance, independent researcher
Senior Lecturer in Sociology, Department of Health Studies, University of Central Lancashire
1995 Gastdozent (Visiting Fellow), Institut für Medizinische Soziologie,
Faculty of Medicine, Humboldt University, Berlin1997-1998 Sabbatical, Department of Sociology, University of
Sociological theory, Research methods and Social Investigation, Development of Health
Care, Health Care Systems, Research Methods in Health Care, Sociology of Health, Illness and Professional-Patient Interaction,
Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis
Ethnomethodological accounts of nurses talking, of organizational concerns
in health and illness, and managing
beds in an NHS hospital
Books, Book Chapters and Reviews:
to 1995 6 items
to 1995 3 items
Kelly, R. 1998 Nurses
Talking : a radical policy, ethnomethodology, for researching critical care nursing, Nursing
in Critical Care, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 41-46.
Kelly, R. 1999 Goings
on in a CCU: an ethnomethodological account of things that go on in a routine hand-over, Nursing
in Critical Care, vol. 4, no. 2, 1999, pp. 85-91.
Kelly, R. 1999 One Step Forward and Two Steps Back: Woolgar,
Reflexivity and a Line Dancing Class, Ethnographic Studies, no. 4, Autumn, pp.
Kelly, R. 1999 Abstract: Glossing by translation: an ethnomethodological
historiography of accounts of Georg Simmel and his Sociology, Sociological Abstracts,
Kelly, R. 2000 Book
Review: Max Tavers and John F. Manzo (eds.). Law in Action: Ethnomethodological
and Conversation Analytic Approaches to Law. Aldershot: Ashgate, 1997, Discourse and Society, vol. 11,
no. 1, pp. 137-139.
Kelly, R. 2000 Book Review: S. Sarangi and C. Roberts (eds.), Talk, Work and Institutional Order: Discourse in Medical,
Mediation and Management Settings, Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 1999, Sociology of Health
and Illness, vol. 22, no. 4, July, pp. 531-532.
Kelly, R. 2000 Book Review: H. Arksey, RSI and the experts: the construction of medical knowledge,
London: UCL Press, 1998, Discourse and Society, forthcoming.
Kelly, R 2000 Article Review : Manuscript # 00-118 entitled Accounting for Trouble - Face-Work in Qualitative Interviews, Symbolic Interactionism.
Kelly, R. 2002 Book Review: J. R.
Taylor and E. Van Every, The Emergent Organization: Communication as its Site
and Surface, Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2000, Discourse and Society, vol. 13, no. 1, pp. 154-156.
Kelly, R 2002 Book Review P. Linell, Approaching Dialogue: Talk,
interaction and contexts in dialogical perspectives, Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 1998, Discourse Studies, vol. 4, no. 1, pp. 117-118.
Kelly, R. 2002 Paper: Knorr-Cetina, Epistemic Cultures and Luckmanns Communicative
Genre: the implications for
researching Health, Illness and Health Services Delivery, Research Seminar, Department of Health Studies, University of
Central Lancashire, April.
Kelly, R. 2002 Article Review MS
no. 02-05-14, A Communication Ideology of the Mind-Brain: The Psychiatric Interview as a Technique of Meta-Discursive Structuring
Journal of Linguistic Anthropology
Kelly, R. 2003 Article Review: Manuscript #
02-120 titled, Talk, Informed Consent Technique and the Achievement of Human Subject Status Passage, Symbolic Interaction.
Kelly, R. 2003 Citation by Charles K. Edgely, Encyclopedia of Community,
Kelly, Russell, 2003, Personal Communication. (forthcoming)
Kelly, R. 2003 Self, Discourse, Cyberspace
and Postmodernity - a marriage made in hell! : A review article, Journal of Contemporary Ethnography
Kelly, R. 2004 Article: Michel Foucault in Bosworth, M.(ed.) (2004) Encyclopaedia
of Prisons and Correctional
Facilities, (2 vols.)
Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage
Kelly, R. 2004 Review Article: Order! Order! Ethnomethodology, Functionalism
and Conversation Analysis, Symbolic Interaction
Kelly, R 2005 Georg Simmel, in Ritzer, G. (ed) Blackwell's Encyclopaedia
of Sociology (9 vols) Mass.: Blackwells
b. Proposed Output
1. Revision of paper on Georg Simmel and the
History of Sociology based on archival material recently uncovered in the archives for the Koenigen Freidrich Wilhem Universitat,
2. Writing up a paper based on the analysis of
transcripts of communications between nurses and non-voiced patients.
3. Preparation of a book on Ethnomethodological
Studies and Health Care
c. Professional Bodies
- Society for the Study of Symbolic Interactionism
International Institute for Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis
Presentations, conferences, etc.:
Discourse Analysis Workshop, Free University,
1999 Paper to the American Sociological Association,
2000 Paper to the Society for the Study of Symbolic Interactionism,
to EURESCO Conference: Interactional Linguistics, Spa,
Belgium, 16-21 September.
2001 Paper to American Sociological
Association: Society for the Study of
Symbolic Interactionism, Anaheim, USA, August 19-20th.
2001 Session Chair and Discussant,
(Joint Session with Sociology of Women
in Science) American Sociological Association: Society for
the Study of
Symbolic Interactionism, Anaheim, USA, August 19-20th.
2002 Organizer, Couch-Stone Symposium,
SSSI, Manchester Metropolitan
University, June 28-30.
2003 Guest, American Sociological Association: Society for the Study of
Atlanta, Georgia, USA, August 16-19th.