Browse publications by members of the SpokenWeb team.
Books and Edited Volumes
Camlot, Jason. Phonopoetics: The Making of Early Literary Recordings, Stanford University Press 2019. ISBN: 9781503605213
Books and Edited Volumes Under Contract and Forthcoming
Camlot, Jason and Katherine McLeod. CanLit Across Media: Unarchiving the Literary Event. In production and forthcoming with McGill-Queens University Press (projected publication year: Fall 2019).
Refereed Articles and Contributions
Camlot, Jason. “Robert Creeley in Transition 1967/1970: Changing Formats for the Public Poetry Reading,” English Studies in Canada (ESC)2-3 (June/December 2017): 215-245.
Non-Refereed Articles, Essays and Interviews
Jason Camlot, Deanna Fong, Katherine McLeod, “Clipping the Poetry Series: Selections form the Sir George Williams Poetry Series, 1965-1974,” Jacket2 (24 October 2018)
Conference Papers, Proceedings, Posters, Organized Panels (Refereed)
Camlot, Jason. “Audiography of The Waste Land.” Society for the History of Authorship, Research and Publishing (SHARP), Paris, France. 18-22 July, 2016.
Camlot, Jason. “Aural Frost in a Digital Environment,” Digital Frost Panel, Modern Language Association Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA, 5 January 2017.
Camlot, Jason. “Curating the Signal,” Kanada Koncrete: Verbi-Voco-Visual Poetries in the Digital Age (The Canadian Literature Symposium), University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON, 4-6 May 2018.
Camlot, Jason. “Dramatic Recitation with Orchestral Accompaniment: A Victorian Genre of Literary Recording,” North American Victorian Studies Association Conference, Banff, Alberta, 16-19 November 2017.
Camlot, Jason. “Media Format and Modernist Poetry Performance,” Modernist Soundscapes Panel, Modern Language Association Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA, 6 January 2017.
Camlot, Jason.“Teaching with Early Sound Recordings: Performance-Media-History.” Supporting Humanities Online Research and Education Symposium. Purdue University, 5 May 2016.
Jason Camlot, Annie Murray, Darren Werslher,“The Afterlife of Performance: A metahistory of production and circulation,” Text/Sound/Performance: Making in Canadian Space, University College Dublin, Ireland, 25-27 April 2019.
Camlot, Jason. “Vocalic Bodies in Generic Lists: An Anatomy of Early Record Catalogues,” Victorian Studies Associate of Western Canada / Research Society for Victorian Periodicals, “The Body and the Page” Conference, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC, 25-29 July 2018.
Invited and Plenary Lectures and Workshops (Selected)
Jason Camlot, Lytle Shaw and Orchid Tierny. “Building on the Archive,” [panel presentation], University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1 November 2018.
Camlot, Jason. “Developing Research Partnerships,” [workshop] QUESCREN Forum: Minority Community Vitality through Education, Concordia University, 29 October 2018.
Jason Camlot, Annie Murray, Michael O’Driscoll, Karis Shearer and Darren Wershler. “Digital and Archival Practice: SpokenWeb and Irish Poetry Reading Archive,” Text/Sound/Performance: Making in Canadian Space, University College Dublin, Ireland, 25-27 April 2019.
Camlot, Jason.“Media Affordances of Literary Audio,” Sound Session for the Sound Studies Initiative, University of Alberta, Edmonton, 7 November 2018.
Jason Camlot, Tomasz Neugebauer and Jared Wiercinski. “SpokenWeb: Metadata Scheme and Cataloguing Process,” Séance de travail de members du CRIHN, Université de Montréal, 15 February 2019.
Camlot, Jason, Klara du Plessis, Deanna Fong, Katherine McLeod, “Deep Curation Event,” 4TH Space, Concordia University, Montreal, 14 February 2019.
Camlot, Jason and Katherine McLeod, “Performing the Archive: A Remix,” [Poetry Reading and Panel Discussion] Blue Metropolis Festival, La Vitrola, Montreal, 5 May 2019.
Camlot, Jason, Klara du Plessis, Ian Ferrier, Katherine McLeod, “Words & Music Show” Casa Del Popolo, Montreal, 16 December 2018.
Camlot, Jason, Deanna Fong, Katherine McLeod. “Clipping the Poetry Series: Selections from the Sir George Williams Poetry Series, 1965-1974,” Concordia University Webster Library, December-January 2018-2019.