Reports

Laurier, E. & Philo C. (2005) Final Report to the ESRC. Department of Geography, University of Glasgow
Laurier, E. (2005) What customers do, Field Report 3. Department of Geography, University of Glasgow
Laurier, E. (2004) One or several cafés: an ethnographic report, Field Report 2. Department of Geography & Geomatics, University of Glasgow
Laurier, E. (2003) The basics of becoming a barista. Field Report 1. Department of Geography & Geomatics, University of Glasgow

Journal Articles

Laurier, Eric (2008) Drinking up: conversational resources of the cafe, Language & Communication 28, 2, 165-181
Laurier, Eric (2008) How breakfast happens in the cafe, Time & Society, 17.1 ,119-143
Laurier, Eric & Philo, Chris (2007) 'A parcel of muddling muckworms': revisiting Habermas and the Early Modern English coffee-houses,Social and Cultural Geography
Laurier, E. & Philo, C. (2006) Possible geographies: a passing encounter in a cafe, AREA, 38, 4 353-363
Laurier, E. & Philo, C. (2006) Cold shoulders and napkins handed: gestures of responsibility, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 31, 2, 193- 208
Laurier, E. (2004) The Spectacular Showing: Houdini and the wonder of ethnomethodology. Human Studies.
Laurier, E. & Philo (2004) Undefined Investigations, Environment and Planning A theme issue 'What Next' v. 36 (3), 421-436
Laurier, E. Whyte, A. & Buckner, K. (2001) An ethnography of a cafe, Journal of Mundane Behaviour


Book Chapters


Laurier, Eric & Philo, Chris (2006)
‘Natural problems of naturalistic video data', Hubert Knoblauch, Jürgen Raab, Hans-Georg Soeffner & Bernt Schnettler, (eds.)
VIDEO-ANALYSIS METHODOLOGY AND METHODS, Qualitative Audiovisual Data Analysis in Sociology, Oxford, Peter Lang


Working Papers


Laurier, Eric (2004) 'Busy Meeting Grounds'
The café, the scene and the business
. Paper for “ICT: mobilizing persons, places and spaces
An International Specialist Meeting On ICT, Everyday Life and Urban Change”, Utrecht, November, 2004
Philo, Chris, (2004) Of public spheres and coffee houses, Notes on: Habermas, J., 1989, The Structural Transformation of the Public Sphere, translated by T.Burger with the assistance of F.Lawrence (Polity Press, Cambridge), originally Strukturwandel der Offentlicheit (1961)
Laurier, E. & Philo, C. (2003) Possible geographies: a passing encounter in a cafe, paper given at 'Impassible Geographies',

Conference Papers


Laurier, E. (2005) The End of the Occasion, paper given at the International Institute of Ethnomethdology and Conversation Analysis Bi-annual Conference, Boston
Laurier, E. & Philo, C (2004) Cafes and Crowds, paper given at 'Approaching the City' INCITE, University of Surrey, Guildford
Laurier, E. (2003) A cafe as it happens ; having breakfast out, paper given at 'The world as it happens - one day round table in memory of Deirdre Boden', British Sociology Association Conference, York UK
Laurier, E. (2002) Community and Cafes, a paper given at Glasgow Geography Department