I first met Annie Murray in 2017 at a job interview (she was the interviewer, I the interviewee—thankfully I got the job), and in 2018 Annie asked me to join the SpokenWeb team as a research assistant. Four years later, we sit down—through our respective laptops—to chat about all things audio. As I soon found […]
SPOKENWEBLOG | accessibility, Article, Earle-Birney, interviews, Leah van Dyk, Listening, Robert-Kroetsch Annie Murray, SPOKENWEBLOG | Alden-Nowlan, University of Calgary, vulnerability
Oral Literary History (OLH) is one of the primary research axes of the SpokenWeb project. This post offers an overview of what we perceive to be unique about OLH as a discipline, with attention to its theoretical underpinnings, ethics, and methods. The SpokenWeb project began conducting Oral History interviews in 2012, with people who participated […]
Article, Collaborations, SPOKENWEBLOG | interviews, literature, Methods, Oral History, Oral History Literature, Protocols
Presented in partnership with the Blue Met Festival, this event will screen a new interview with Daphne Marlatt and Carole Itter, the editors of the Oral Historical book Opening Doors in Vancouver’s East End: Strathcona (1979).
Launch, Talk | Blue Met Festival, Carole Itter, Daphne Marlatt, interviews, Oral History, Vancouver
This workshop will introduce participants to SpokenWeb’s Oral Literary History protocol, with special emphasis on conducting provenance and informational interviews. We will also engage in a more general discussion of Oral Literary History and its ethics, methods, and outcomes. All levels of experience are welcome to attend.
Workshops | audio collections, Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling, collections processing, Deanna Fong, ethics, interviews, Mathieu Aubin, Oral History, workshops