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Postdoctoral Fellowship at University of Alberta

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We invite applications for a two-year postdoctoral fellowship valued at $45,000 per year (plus benefits) in the area of audio data processing, archiving, and curation. The Fellowship will commence July 1, 2020, and will contribute to a multidisciplinary team as part of the national SpokenWeb project, a SSHRC-funded Partnership Grant. Reporting to Professor Michael O’Driscoll, […]

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Call for Papers – “Listening, Sound, Agency”

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The SpokenWeb research network invites you to submit proposals to an interdisciplinary symposium to be held at Concordia University in Montreal, 17-18 July 2020. The theme of the SpokenWeb Symposium will be: Listening, Sound, Agency Listening to sound entails scenarios of subjection and agency. In Althussarian terms we might say that we are persistently interpellated, […]

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Call for Research Creation Proposals

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SpokenWeb is inviting Concordia students to submit a proposal for a research creation project to be presented at Performing Technology on November 14, 2019.  Presented by SpokenWeb, Performing Technology will be a two-part event with performances and a panel discussion. It will be an investigation into the electroacoustic tools and methods that poets and sound-artists use to manipulate and create […]

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Podcast Project Manager / Producer Position

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The SpokenWeb Podcast Project Manager and Producer will support the planning for and production of ~10 podcasts, featuring the SoundBox Collection audio recordings aimed at increasing the profile of SpokenWeb UBCO, a member of the SSHRC-funded research-library-community partnership. This position will liaise and work collaboratively with the central SpokenWeb podcasting production team at Simon Fraser […]

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UBCO – Stories – Lee Hannigan

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The University of British Columbia Okanagan has an informative article highlighting the research and academic trajectory of Lee Hannigan up on the alumni Stories section of their website. Lee is a PhD candidate at the University of Alberta and a former graduate of Concordia University and UBCO. His research follows the literary and social history […]

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