SpokenWeb is seeking a candidate to participate in the maintenance and development of our portal website: https://spokenweb.ca/.
SpokenWeb, a SSHRC-funded Partnership Grant, led by Principal Investigator Dr. Jason Camlot, is seeking two (2) candidates to participate in the design and development of interfaces for the meaningful presentation of metadata to researchers, students, artists and the public.
SpokenWeb invites applications from black poets, spoken word artists, sound artists and curators whose work explores black experience in Canada through the use of voice and sound. Two fellowships of $5000 each will be offered through this program. Each successful candidate will receive a $5000 fellowship payable for a (virtual and/or in person) residency/creation period from September 1 – December 31, 2020, or, from January 1 – April 30 2021, as suitable to the project and recipient. […]
SpokenWeb lance une invitation aux personnes noires poètes, artistes de spoken word, artistes sonores ou commissaires d’expositions dont le travail explore l’expérience noire au Canada à travers la voix et le son. […]
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, […]
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, […]
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 […]
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 […]
Job Title: Community Collections and Festival Outreach Coordinator Salary Level: $ 14.50 /hr Required Skills: Bilingualism Computer Skills Excel Word Other Customer Service Data Entry Research Other Skills: event management experience is preferred. Duties: Research and develop a list of Montreal literary, performance and art festivals interested to collaborate with the SpokenWeb project; coordinate collaborative SpokenWeb […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
PROJECTS COORDINATOR THE SPOKENWEB: Conceiving and Creating a Nationally Networked Archive of Literary Recordings for Research and Teaching CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY, Montreal, QC NOTE: This posting represents a one (1) year full-time Research-Associate contract position, with the potential of renewal. SCOPE Reporting to Jason Camlot, the Principal Investigator of The SpokenWeb Partnership Grant research team (a […]