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Book Launch–Podcast or Perish: Peer Review and Knowledge Creation for the 21st Century(Lori Beckstead, Ian M. Cook, Hannah McGregor) — Apr 16, 2024 (Events)

Online - Zoom Registration Below

You are cordially invited to join Ian M. Cook, Hannah McGregor and Lori Beckstead for the launch event of our new book Podcast or Perish: Peer Review and Knowledge Creation for the 21st Century (Bloomsbury).

The authors will take you on a journey through humourous flow charts, choose-your-own-adventure style interactive scenarios (in which you’ll hopefully avoid perishing), and group Q&A as they explore new, appreciative approaches to peer review and knowledge creation that are rooted in creativity, community, and care.

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Tuning In & Talking about Scholarly Podcasting, with Katherine McLeod and Linda M. Morra — Oct 27, 2023 (Events)

Montreal, QC - Concordia University - SpokenWeb AmpLab, LB 671-05

On Friday Oct 27, join us to tune-in together to an online session about on scholarly podcasting as part of the Humanities Podcast Network Symposium , followed by a conversation led by Dr. Katherine McLeod (The SpokenWeb Podcast) and Dr. Linda M. Morra (Getting Lit with Linda: The Canadian Literature Podcast). 

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Audio Engineer / Sound Designer, The SpokenWeb Podcast – 1 RA Position (Post)


SpokenWeb – a SSHRC funded Partnership Grant, Principal Investigator Jason Camlot – is seeking two (2) undergraduate students to support our work discovering and describing literary events that took place across Canada between March 2020 and now for the Archive of the Digital Present project.

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“Mistakes” in the Sound Archive: An Interview with Leah Van Dyk (Post)


In May, I reached out to Leah VanDyk shortly after she was awarded a Killam scholarship for her research in environmental humanities. Having met Leah before and heard her present at the “Text/Sound/Performance” conference in Dublin, Ireland in April 2019, I was excited to catch up with her and hear about her ongoing research. As I quickly found out, while her research focuses on environmental humanities, pedagogy, and accessibility, Leah is also often thinking about serendipitous moments activated through sound.

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