Ariel Kroon, Nick Beauchesne, and Chelsea Miya celebrate the history of early UAlberta college radio and its producers in this episode, including interviews with host Jars Balan and audio engineer Terri Wynnyk, as well as archival radio show audio of Western Canadian poets Douglas Barbour and Phyllis Webb.
SpokenWeb Podcast Listening Party: Season 3 Episode 7 – ‘The archive is messy and so are we’: Decoding the Women and Words Collection — Apr 06, 2022 (Events)
In this episode, Kate Moffatt and Kandice Sharren take us behind the scenes of cataloguing the Women and Words Collection at Simon Fraser University.
SpokenWeb Podcast Listening Party: Season 3 Episode 5 – The Show Goes On: Words and Music in a Pandemic — Feb 07, 2022 (Events)
In this episode, Jason Camlot – SpokenWeb Director and Professor of English at Concordia University – takes us on a reflective listening tour through recordings of the Words and Music Show as it has evolved since early 2020.
SpokenWeb Podcast Listening Party: Forced Migration – Bison stories and what they can tell settlers about a past, present, and future on stolen land — Dec 06, 2021 (Events)
In this episode, artist and researcher Michelle Wilson mines these archives to create alternative stories of the bison’s path to conservation. These audio essays reveal how ideologies around capitalism, human exceptionalism, and white supremacy have influenced settler relations to the more-than-human world.
SpokenWebPod Listening Party – Revisiting ‘The Agony and the Ecstasy of Elizabeth Smart’ — Oct 04, 2021 (Events)
We welcome Season 3 of The SpokenWeb Podcast by reintroducing and replaying an episode for you that exemplifies what our podcast is all about.
SpokenWebPod Listening Party – “Cylinder Talks” feat. Jason Camlot and Stacey Copeland — Feb 01, 2021 (Events)
Listen with us next Monday, Feb 1, in the next episode of the #SpokenWebPod featuring Director of the SpokenWeb Network and Professor at Concordia University – Jason Camlot – in conversation with SpokenWeb podcast supervising producer and Simon Fraser University PhD candidate – Stacey Copeland. In this episode, Jason and Stacey listen and discuss select “Cylinder Talk” sound production assignments created by Concordia graduate students. Featuring sound works by Alexandra Sweny, Sara Adams, Aubrey Grant, and Andrew Whiteman.
In the first weeks of the COVID-19 pandemic, Concordia researchers Jason Camlot and Katherine McLeod co-produced “How are we listening, now? Signal, Noise, Silence” for The SpokenWeb Podcast series in order to document our reactions to the changes in our sonic environments during this time of social distancing and self-isolation. […]
Presentations, Talk | Alvaro Echánove, Anglophone Heritage Network, Aphrodite Salas, Concordia University, Jason Camlot, Katherine McLeod, Klara du Plessis, Marlene Oeffinger, Montreal, Oana Avasilichioaei, Podcast, SpokenWeb, Stacey Copeland
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?
On Monday, SpokenWeb Podcast released its 3rd episode: Invisible Labour. Our UBCO SpokenWeb team has been following the podcast series since the inaugural episode, the occasion for which we hosted a big listening party in the AMP Lab. However, our team was particularly stoked about episode #3. Why? Because we made it. Now, lest you think we just like […]
The SpokenWeb Podcast Project Manager and Producer will support the planning for and production of ~10 podcasts, featuring the SoundBox Collection audio recordings aimed at increasing the profile of SpokenWeb UBCO, a member of the SSHRC-funded research-library-community partnership. This position will liaise and work collaboratively with the central SpokenWeb podcasting production team at Simon Fraser […]