In this ShortCuts blog post, podcast producers Kate Moffatt, Kandice Sharren, and Michelle Levy have selected an audio clip from a Mavis Gallant’s reading in which she spontaneously provides contextual information during her reading, and they have reflected upon how the experience of a ‘footnote’ can differ in print and audio formats.
Audio of the week, ShortCuts, SPOKENWEBLOG | AudiAnnotate, Kandice Sharren, Kate Moffatt, Mavis Gallant, Michelle Levy, SFU, ShortCuts, Simon Fraser University, SPOKENWEBLOG, The SpokenWeb Podcast
As the inaugural ShortCuts blog post, SpokenWeb RA Nina Fesenko selects a clip from Simon Fraser University’s Gerry Gilbert radiofreerainforest Collection and guides listeners through it. While listeners to radiofreerainforest will know that this radio program is no stranger to the bizarre, Gerry Gilbert and Billy Little’s reading of Lewis Carroll’s poem, “You Are Old, Father William,” is a reminder of what makes the bizarre so great…
Audio of the week, ShortCuts, SPOKENWEBLOG | Audio of the Week, Billy Little, Gerry Gilbert, Lewis Carroll, radiofreerainforest, SFU, ShortCuts, Vancouver
Closing Plenary of the SpokenWeb Symposium 2019 In this plenary lecture, Jason Camlot will share his appreciation of the strange sonic and material qualities of early sound recordings (c1888-1920), and outline methodologies for the critical study of early spoken recordings as literary artifacts. To these ends, his presentation will first work to define some core critical […]
Presentations | Jason Camlot, SFU, SpokenWeb Symposium
SpokenWeb, along with SFU Library and the Digital Humanities Innovation Lab, invite you to an upcoming talk by Lytle Shaw on “The Strategic Idea of North.” Shaw will explore the importance of sound to the construction of Canadian space, especially the North, through an examination of the work of R. Murray Schafer and Glenn Gould, […]
Lectures | Digital Humanities Innovation Lab, Glenn Gould, Lytle Shaw, R. Murray Schafer, SFU, Vancouver