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Work Study: SpokenWeb Project Associate — May 01, 2019

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Job Type: Work Study University: Concordia University Job Title: SpokenWeb Project Associate Salary Level: $ 14.50 /hr Required Skills: Bilingualism Computer Skills Excel Access Word Other Data Entry Research HTML Other Skills: Event management experience is preferred. Duties: Examine archival assets and enter metadata in custom-designed online cataloging system (training is to be provided) to contribute […]

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SpokenWeb Position: Podcast Producer — Apr 10, 2019

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The SpokenWeb Podcast Producer will support the planning for and production of 10 podcasts, featuring SpokenWeb-affiliated audio collections of poetry readings aimed at increasing the SpokenWeb profile, a SSHRC-funded research-library-community partnership. This position liaises and works collaboratively with the central SpokenWeb podcasting production team at Simon Fraser University, BC. It represents 8-12 hour per week TRAC […]

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DEEP CURATION: A NEW, DIALOGIC POETRY READING

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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.

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SpokenWeb Position: Web / Graphic Designer — Mar 14, 2019

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The Web / Graphic Designer will support the planning for and execution of key web design initiatives aimed at increasing the SpokenWeb profile, a SSHRC-funded research-library-community partnership.

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Horizon Postdoctoral Fellowship 
at Concordia University — Mar 15, 2019

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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.

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