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Bryanna L. Hebenstreit

Bryanna L. Hebenstreit is an Ethnomethodologically-informed Conversation Analysis PhD Candidate in the Department of Communication at the University at Albany, SUNY. She has earned her M.S. in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages and M.A. in Communication. Her PhD research is focused on how instruction is accomplished in everyday settings; specifically in places that are not set up to be instructive. Her larger research program includes how experience and knowledge is built in interaction. She is a video and content editor volunteer for the End-of-Life Death Scholars (nonprofit) and the Death & Dying Division of the National Communication Association.

Contact: bryanna.hebenstreit@gmail.com

Publications

Dorr, B., Bhatia, A., Dalton, A., Mather, B., Hebenstreit, B., Santhanam, S., Cheng, Z., Shaikh, S.,
Zemel, A., & Strzalkowski, T. (2020). Detecting Asks in Social Engineering Attacks: Impact of
Linguistic and Structural Knowledge. Proceedings of the AAAI Conference on Artificial
Intelligence, 34(05), 7675–7682. https://doi.org/10.1609/aaai.v34i05.6269


Hebenstreit, B., & Zemel, A. (2021). Affect in interaction. In J. Robles & A. Weatherall (Eds.), How
Emotions Are Made in Talk (pp. 28–51). John Benjamins Publishing Company.


Santhanam, S., Cheng, Z., Mather, B., Dorr, B., Bhatia, A., Hebenstreit, B., Zemel, A., Dalton, A.,
Strzalkowski, T., & Shaikh, S. (2020). Learning to Plan and Realize Separately for Open-Ended
Dialogue Systems (arXiv:2009.12506). arXiv. http://arxiv.org/abs/2009.12506

Web Team Services:

  • Video Editing

  • Content Editing

  • Internal Communications

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