Throughout this season of ShortCuts (The SpokenWeb Podcast), producer Katherine McLeod has been asking: How does the archive remember? This Listening Practice is an opportunity to consider this question through the audio selected by Michael O’Driscoll from the extensive audio recordings of Douglas Barbour in SpokenWeb’s collections.
This online panel presentation will use the recent volume, Podcasting: New Aural Cultures and Digital Media (ed. Dario Llinares, Neil Fox, Richard Berry) as an opportunity to think and engage in discussion about the emergence of podcasting as a field of critical study.
SESSION 1 (4 PM-5 PM EDT) Moderator: Michael O’Driscoll (U Alberta) Title: Dynamic Systems for Humanities Audio Collections: The Theory and Rationale of Swallow (25 Minutes) Presenters: Jason Camlot, Tomasz Neugebauer, Francisco Berrizbeitia (Concordia U) This paper approaches a system that has been designed, and continues to be in development, for the aggregation of metadata surrounding […]
Conferences | Annie Murray, audio collections, Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling, Concordia University, conferences, Deanna Fong, Emily Murphy, Jason Camlot, Karis Shearer, Klara du Plessis, Liz Fisher, Mathieu Aubin, Metadata Management, Michael O’Driscoll, Montreal, Quebec, SpokenWeb, Tanya Clement, Yuliya Kondratenko