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Oral History Workshop with Steven High, Mathieu Aubin and Samuel Mercier — Jul 09, 2020 (Events)

Virtual Participation - https://concordia-ca.zoom.us/j/488323124

The first part of this workshop will introduce foundational concepts and methods from oral history.  The workshop will then proceed into the presentation of clips, case-studies and scenarios for all-group discussion with the goals of 1. collaboratively defining a SpokenWeb Oral History protocol for engaging in interviews around collections of literary sound recordings, and 2. […]

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Lesbian Liberation Across Media: Virtual Screening and Discussion — Jun 10, 2020 (Events)

Virtual Participation

Following their listening practice session Lesbian Liberation Across Media: Listening to Video Felicity Tayler (Co-Applicant, U Ottawa) and Mathieu Aubin (PDF, Concordia) were inspired to move from watching and listening to clips, to the screening of full films. Join them for a screening and discussion of three films featuring the action, activism, and advocacy of […]

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bill bissett on CKVU-TV September 1978 (Post)

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In this week’s Audio of the Week clip from PennSound, a partner affiliate of the SpokenWeb research network, we hear a televised reading of bill bissett chanting and reading from his then upcoming book Sailor (1978) on Vancouver’s CKVU-TV (now CityTV) show “The Vancouver Show” in early September 1978. By listening to the clip, you will gain an aural glimpse into bissett’s life following accusations of pornography against his work in the House of Commons.

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SpokenWeb Podcasting as Scholarly Feminist Practice (Post)

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Known for their seriality as well as their ability to provide people the freedom to vocalize their thoughts and to directly reach a public, podcasts have changed the way we listen to media since the beginning of the 21st century. While there is a plethora of podcasts available to listeners that are informed by diverse interests such as literature, sports, food, travel, and tabletop role-playing games, what happens when podcast production is deployed as a feminist practice?

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