So begins the Deep Curation Poetry Reading of Saturday, 24 November 2018, at the Mile End Poets’ Festival, in Montreal’s Café Resonance, curated by myself with the support of Concordia University’s SpokenWeb research initiative, and including readings by poets Canisia Lubrin, Erin Robinsong, Aaron Boothby, and again myself, Klara du Plessis.
SpokenWeb Position: Web / Graphic Designer — Mar 14, 2019
Horizon Postdoctoral Fellowship at Concordia University — Mar 15, 2019
Concordia University is currently accepting applications for postdoctoral fellowships valued at $47,500 per year (plus benefits) for each of two years, in the following discipline: Oral Literary History: Archives of Literary Performance, Oral History and Sound Studies with Dr. Jason Camlot, Professor, Department of English; Dr. Steven High, Professor, Department of History.
We’re looking to recruit a new MA or PhD student who would join the AMP Lab community as a SpokenWeb RA and curate innovative programming in the lab as part of their DAHU or MA English degree. Applications are open until January 15, 2019 to UBC Okanagan’s Digital Arts & Humanities Graduate Program UBCO (DAHU) interdisciplinary program. Specifically I’m looking to […]
This is a story of the importance of an excellent inter-team collaboration, good relationship building, solid research practices and intellectual curiosity. Samuel Mercier is a Concordia-based researcher who joined the SpokenWeb project in August 2018. He has secured a “hidden” collection, which we are tentatively calling the Alan Lord Collection. Sam met with Ian Ferrier in […]