At this event Concordia graduate students Klara Du Plessis, Frances-Grace Fyfe, Aaron Obedkoff, Angus Tarnawsky, and Salena Wiener will read aloud passages they have selected from Field Notes and engage Professor Dobson in conversation about questions of sound, listening, land, belonging, and the process of writing about these things.
Walking and Listening (Together and Apart): Collective Soundwalking from a Distance – A Workshop with Angus Tarnawsky (online) — Oct 07, 2022 (Events)
Join Angus Tarnawsky for an online presentation about virtual soundwalking at the Great Lakes Association of Sound Studies Conference.
Long Literary COVID: How has the pandemic changed our literary practices and communities? — Oct 04, 2022 (Events)
This opening panel of the NOTA: Writing Futures in Quebec conference will feature data collected for the Archive of the Digital Present: Pandemic Period SSHRC Insight Development Grant project, in dialogue with literary organizers located in Montreal.
SpokenWeb presents Mountain Many Voices: The Archival Sounds of Fred Wah Thursday, June 16, 2022 1:00 – 2:30pm Wosk Room, Special Collections (7th Floor) WAC Bennett Library 8888 University Dr E Burnaby, BC V5A 1S6 Participants: Teddie Brock (SFU) Ana Brulé (Concordia) Liza Makarova (Concordia) Mozhgan Nourafkan (SFU) Kathryn Rouse (Concordia) Donald Shipton (SFU) […]
ACCUTE and SpokenWeb co-present a poetry event organized and co-hosted by Eric Schmaltz and Klara du Plessis, preceded by a literary multimedia performance by Oana Avasilichioaei. Oana’s performance will be titled This event will mark a transition point between the ACCUTE conference, ending May 15th, and the SpokenWeb Graduate Symposium, beginning May 16th. A list […]
Concordia Library Research Forum Talk: The Development of a Browse and Search Interface for Metadata About Online Literary Performance in Canada During the Pandemic Period. — Apr 26, 2022 (Events)
A team of SpokenWeb members, listed below, will describe their process and methodology in the development of the parallel project, The Archive of the Digital Present at Concordia’s annual Library Research Forum.
SpokenWeb community partner, The Words and Music Show, will gather to revisit the past two years of online shows by listening to Jason Camlot’s recent podcast “The Show Goes On: Words and Music in a Pandemic”.
Listening Together While Apart: Revisiting the SpokenWeb Collective Soundwalk — Jan 26, 2022 (Events)
This followup Listening Practice session will provide an opportunity for those who took part in the symposium activities to reconnect and discuss the experience as part of an open roundtable discussion
Since we are deep into the process of preparing our mid-term report on the work and accomplishments of SpokenWeb so far, we feel it is an important time to hear from partners and task forces about the work that has been undertaken, attempted, and completed since the SpokenWeb partnership network began three years ago. The All Team Meeting will be serve as an opportunity to share reflections on where we were when the project began and where we are now, how time and circumstance have altered, updated, interfered with, enhanced, or transformed our research goals.
SpokenWebPod Listening Party – Revisiting ‘The Agony and the Ecstasy of Elizabeth Smart’ — Oct 04, 2021 (Events)
We welcome Season 3 of The SpokenWeb Podcast by reintroducing and replaying an episode for you that exemplifies what our podcast is all about.