Jason Wiens’ interest in teaching poetry with sound recordings has led his critical attention back to a tradition of textual analysis that emerged in France in the late 1970s, known as “genetic criticism” (La Critique génétique), with its interest in approaching texts as entities whose emergence is traceable through the study of “avant-texts”. In this interview conducted by Jason Camlot, Wiens talks about recent experiments and assignments he has used in teaching Canadian poetry with sound recordings, and explains his interest in genetic criticism as it relates to the study of audiotexts.
Article, Interviews, SPOKENWEBLOG | Audiotexts, Can Lit, Deanna Fong, deformance, Flywheel Poetry Series, genetic criticism, Kootenay School of Writing, Pedagogy, poetry, Roy Kiyooka, SGW Reading Series, Sir George Williams Poetry Reading Series
On Thursday November 12, 7pm ET (4pm PT), join nearly all contributors to CanLit Across Media in a virtual conversation that promises to be one of liveliest and “live” book launches (on Zoom) you may ever attend!
Launch, Presentations | archive, book launch, Can Lit, Canada, Literary Event, Media, SpokenWeb, Unarchiving
An innovative collection that evaluates diverse methods of recording, archiving, and remediating literature and literary culture in Canada. The materials we turn to for the construction of our literary pasts – the texts, performances, and discussions selected for storage and cataloguing in archives – shape what we know and teach about literature today. The ways […]
Presentations | book launch, Can Lit, Jason Camlot, Katherine McLeod, Librairie Paragraphe Bookstore
As the culmination of the four-year SSHRC IG-funded project SpokenWeb, a conference “Can Lit Across Media: Un-Archiving the Temporal Literary Event” will be held at Concordia University on June 5-6th 2015. It will gather scholars, writers, archivists and media practitioners for an intensive investigation into the past, present, and future of archiving and un-archiving Can […]
Conferences, Performances, Symposia | Can Lit, Concordia University, Montreal