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Building (Digital) Humanities Communities around Sound Archives: The Story of SpokenWeb — May 16, 2019 (Events)

Ottawa - University of Ottawa - CreatorSpace (room 302 of Pérez Hall)

Dr. Jason Camlot will be giving a keynote presentation at The Digital Humanities Summer Institute 2019 at the University of Ottawa. In this plenary session, Dr. Camlot will discuss the great potential for humanities research of conceptualizing collaborative projects around unique yet largely unused collections of cultural heritage materials. Speaking from the experience of developing […]

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THIRD PERSONISM: The FBI’s Poetics of Immediacy in the 1960s — Mar 20, 2019 (Events)

Montreal, QC - Concordia University - Milieux Institute, EV 11.705 (11th floor)

The SpokenWeb research network, in collaboration with the Media History Research Centre presents: THIRD PERSONISM: The FBI’s Poetics of Immediacy in the 1960s, A talk by Lytle Shaw (New York University) Drawn from Narrowcast: Poetry and Audio Research (Stanford, 2018), this talk positions the tape recording Allen Ginsberg undertook in his VW van on a […]


Lytle Shaw on “The Strategic Idea of North” — Sep 27, 2018 (Events)

Vancouver, BC - Simon Fraser University - Bennett Library (Wosk Room)

SpokenWeb, along with SFU Library and the Digital Humanities Innovation Lab, invite you to an upcoming talk by Lytle Shaw on “The Strategic Idea of North.” Shaw will explore the importance of sound to the construction of Canadian space, especially the North, through an examination of the work of R. Murray Schafer and Glenn Gould, […]

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