Publications

Monographs Krug, Maximilian (2022): Simultaneity in interaction. Structural (In)Compatibility in Multiactivities during Theater Rehearsals. De Gruyter. DOI (peer reviewed) Editorial Krug, Maximilian; Messner, Monika; Schmidt, Axel; Wessel, Anna (Eds.): Themenheft Instruktionen in Theater- und Orchesterproben. In: Gesprächsforschung Online 21. 2020. URL Articles in journals (peer reviewed) Pitsch, Karola & Krug, Maximilian (in prep.): “One two (.) THREE!”. Coordinating simultaneous start and end of joint actions in drills of rescue activities in mass casualty incidents. Krug, Maximilian (in prep.): Overcoming blanking: Verbal and visual features of prompting in theatre rehearsals. Krug, Maximilian (2022): Temporal procedures of mutual alignment and synchronization in collaborative meaning-making activities in a dance rehearsal. In: Frontiers in Communication 7: 957894, 1-14. DOI Krug, Maximilian; Kuhn, Paula; Lauschner, Leonie; Mercsak, Aylin; Schulte-Zweckel, Nora (2021): Von Umwelt zu Corona: Der Schwerpunktwechsel in der Berichterstattung während der ersten Welle der Coronapandemie in Deutschland. In: Momentum Quarterly - Zeitschrift für sozialen Fortschritt 10 (3), 130-149. DOI & Data Krug, Maximilian (2020): Regieanweisungen "on the fly". Koordination von Instruktionen und szenischem Spiel in Theaterproben. In: Gesprächsforschung Online 21, 238-267. URL Krug, Maximilian; Schmidt, Axel (2020): Zwischenfazit: Sukzessive und simultane Verzahnung von Spiel- und Besprechungsaktivitäten – eine Instruktionsmatrix für Proben. In: Gesprächsforschung Online 21, 264-277. URL Krug, Maximilian; Messner, Monika; Schmidt, Axel; Wessel, Anna (2020): Instruktionen in Theater- und Orchesterproben: Zur Einleitung in dieses Themenheft. In: Gesprächsforschung Online 21, 155-189. URL Krug, Maximilian (2020): Erzählen inszenieren. Ein Theatermonolog als multimodale Leistung des Interaktionsensembles auf der Probebühne. In: Linguistik online 104 (4), S. 59–81. DOI Krug, Maximilian & Heuser, Svenja (2018): Ethik im Feld: Forschungspraxis in audiovisuellen Studien. In: Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 19(3), Art. 8. DOI Essays in collected volumes Krug, Maximilian (in press): Ohne Sprache keine Teilnehmenden-interpretation? Methodologische Herausforderungen bei der Analyse sprachfreier Aktivitäten. In: Meiler, Matthias; Siefkes, Martin (Eds.): Linguistische Methodenreflexion im Aufbruch. Beiträge zu einer aktuellen Diskussion im Schnittpunkt von Ethnographie und Digital Humanities, Multimodalität und Mixed Methods. Krug, Maximilian (2018): Anforderungen mobiler Interaktionssettings in der multimodal-ethnographischen Feldforschung. In: Moritz, Christine; Corsten, Michael (Eds.): Handbuch Qualitative Videoanalyse. Method(olog)ische Herausforderungen – forschungspraktische Perspektiven. Wiesbaden: Springer VS. DOI Essays in Proceedings Pitsch, Karola; Krug, Maximilian; Cleff, Corvin (2020): Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR): Collaboration in Medical Team Work. In: Proceedings of the 18th European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work: The International Venue on Practice- centred Computing on the Design of Cooperation Technologies - Exploratory Papers, Reports of the European Society for Socially Embedded Technologies. DOI Krug, Maximilian (2018): Collecting Audio-Visual Data of Theatre Rehearsals. (Non-)Intrusive Practices of Preparing Mobile Eye-Tracking Glasses during Ongoing Workplace Interactions. Paper presented at ICCA2018 (International Conference of Conversation Analysis), 9th-11th July 2018, Loughborough University, UK. DOI Gehle, Raphaela; Amrhein, Antje; Krug, Maximilian; Pitsch, Karola (2015): Towards Using Eyetracking Data as Basis for Conversation Analysis on Real-World Museum Interaction. In: Pfeiffer, Thies; Essig, Kai (Eds.): Proceedings of the 2nd International Workshop on Solutions for Automatic Gaze Data Analysis 2015 (SAGA 2015). DOI Reviews & Reports Gerst, Dominik; Heuser, Svenja & Krug, Maximilian (2022). Review Essay: (Re)Discovering Harvey Sacks: Methodology, Materials, and Inspirations. In: Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 23(1), Art. 17. DOI Krug, Maximilian (2019): Review: Charles Goodwin (2018). Co-Operative Action. In: Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 20(1), Art. 15. DOI Krug, Maximilian (2017): Bericht über die 15. Konferenz der International Pragmatics Association (IPrA) 2017 in Belfast. In: Gesprächsforschung - Online-Zeitschrift zur verbalen Interaktion 18, S.318-325. URL Datasets Krug, Maximilian (2021): Die Themen "Umwelt" und "Corona" in der medialen Berichterstattung während der ersten Coronawelle in Deutschland 2020 [OA Datensatz]. In: SowiDataNet|datorium. DOI Presentations (selection, in English) Krug, Maximilian; Pitsch, Karola (2019): Person Reference as Social Practice in Complex Environments: Monitoring & Projection in Mass Casualty Incidents mit Karola Pitsch. IIEMCA 2019. Mannheim. Krug, Maximilian (2018): Collecting audio-visual data of theatre rehearsals 5th International Conference of Conversation Analysis (ICCA18). Loughborough University, UK. Krug, Maximilian (2017): Eye-Tracking in theatre: Coordinating multiple activities during a theatre rehearsal .15th International Pragmatics Conference (IPrA2017). Belfast, UK. Krug, Maximilian (2017): Rehearsing in theatre: Collective achievement of an interactional system through the coordination of multiple activities ICMC 2017. Osnabrück.

Current and past projects

Conference and workshop organization

Teachings

Teaching in BA Communication Science Uni DUE (selection). Everything at once: simultaneity in multimodal face-to-face interaction Full body engagement: multimodal face-to-face interaction Addressing and recipient design in multimodal face-to-face interaction Conversation Analysis Ethnography From agenda setting to advertisment analysis: Approaches in media effects research New media - old ways of reception? Current approaches in media reception research Propaedeutic course in communication science Teaching in the MA Communication Science Uni DUE (selection) Conversation Analysis & Interview Research Colloquium: "Methods for Linguistic Research". Teaching in BA German Studies Uni DUE (selection) Basics of multimodal communication
15. & 16.11.2019: Erstes Treffen des Doktorand*innennetzwerks der Gesprächsforschung (DokGF). Mit Elena Becker. Universität Halle. 29.05.2019: Videoanalyse: Datenverarbeitung und -aufbereitung für die multimodale Interaktionsforschung. Universität Jena. 08. & 22.05.2019: Multimodale Konversationsanalyse: Multimodale Transkription, Annotation und Sequenzanalyse. Workshop im Multimodal Interaction & Eye Tracking Lab, Universität Duisburg-Essen. 28.02.2019: Focus Meeting - Exploring Mobile Eye Tracking Solutions. Universität Duisburg-Essen 30. & 31.07.2018: Instruktionen in Orchester- und Theaterproben. Workshop. Universität Duisburg-Essen. 02 - 04.06.2017: Dynamik - Variation - System: Interdisziplinäre Nachwuchstagung. WWU Münster.
2015-2020 I PhD project Simultaneity in interaction: Multimodal coordination of multiple activities in theater rehearsals. More information can be found in the project blog on the doctoral project
2017-2020 I project collaboration Communication and "professional vision" in crisis situations. The role of emergency physicians in a crisis. PI: Prof. Dr. Karola Pitsch More information on the project page of Prof. Dr. Karola Pitsch (Uni Duisburg-Essen)
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2021-2023 I Global Young Faculty VII project Applied Science Communication More Information can be found in the project blog
Bold titles indicate English publications.
Dr. Maximilian Krug Interpersonal Communication Research
In my current research, I investigate conflict in interpersonal communication . I explore disagreements and disalignments in multimodal face-to-face interaction and examine incivility and reactance in online communication . Furthermore, I engage in science communication and ask myself how scientific findings can be presented to the public in a meaningful way.
Abstract: By taking a conversation- analytical approach, this study uses mobile eye tracking and audiovisual recordings of theater rehearsals to examine how people who are interacting with each other simultaneously coordinate relevant activities. Of special significance is the structural compatibility of the modes of participation in the co- relevant activities, as different methods of coordination are used depending on the degree of (in-)compatibility.
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My doctoral thesis has been published by De Gruyter in the series Linguistik - Impulse & Tendenzen in Open Access! Open Access: https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110769029
For more information, please take a look at the project blog . There I have summarized the key findings from this study in English.