Join us for a conversation with author Kit Dobson on methodologies of listening and the ways they might open up alternative forms for scholars.
Talk | Canadian Literature Centre, Edmonton, Kit Dobson, Listening, SpokenWeb, Talk, University of Alberta
Join us via Zoom on October 6, 2022 at 9:00 AM Central Time to discuss the collection that you research and to begin considering how digital annotation might shape the preservation, teaching, and argumentation about unique events in recorded literary history.
Workshops | Annotations, Anthology, AudiAnnotate, Digital Anthology, SpokenWeb, University of Texas at Austin
The Media History Research Center is running a Book Salon on September 22nd, showcasing and celebrating recent local publications. The works showcased here will feature SpokenWeb Principle Investigator Jason Camlot, as well as SpokenWeb team co-applicants Jonathan Sterne and Darren Wershler. Their guest Dr. Armond R. Towns (Carleton University), author of On Black Media Philosophy (U of California Press, 2022) will present his talk: The Medium is the Message Revisited: Media and Black Epistemologies
Talk | Armond R Towns, Book Salon, Concordia University, Media History Research Centre, MHRC, SpokenWeb, Talk
The SpokenWeb Research Network (www.spokenweb.ca) is hosting the 2023 SpokenWeb Research Symposium at the University of Alberta, in Edmonton, Canada from May 1-3, 2023. We invite those from inside and outside the Network who engage with sound in their research and/or creative practice to submit paper or panel proposals that respond to the conference theme: Reverb: Echo-Locations of Sound and Space.
Conferences, Symposia | Call for Papers, Edmonton, literature, Reverb, Sound, Space, SpokenWeb, SpokenWeb Symposium 2023, University of Alberta
Figure 1. Open Refine GUI. Explaining the Case and Software Tool In 2019, SpokenWeb SFU Project Manager Cole Mash (SFU) and SpokenWeb Systems Task Force member Tomasz Neugebauer (Concordia) began work on editing SWALLOW entries. SWALLOW is an open-source metadata ingestion system developed by the SpokenWeb team to describe and manage the project’s object of […]
Article, Collaborations, DH Design and Tech, SPOKENWEBLOG | audio, batch editing, ben joseph, Cole Mash, data, design, DH, digital humanities, Metadata, openrefine, Sound, SpokenWeb, Swallow, Tech, Tomasz Neugebauer
The Atwater Poetry Project, in partnership with the Blue Metropolis Festival and SpokenWeb, are pleased to welcome dub poetry legend CLIFTON JOSEPH for a special spoken word presentation, our first live event since March 2020.
A founder of the Canadian tradition of dub poetry, a political performance poetry genre of Caribbean roots, and 1/3 of the influential group DE DUB POETS with Lillian Allen and Devon Haughton, Joseph will perform work from throughout his forty-year career before joining APP curator Faith Paré in conversation.
Performances | Atwater Poetry Project, Blue Metropolis, CLIFTON JOSEPH, dub poetry, Faith Paré, Montreal, performance, poetry, SpokenWeb
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.
College Radio, Douglas Barbour, Listening Party, Phyllis Webb, Podcast, SpokenWeb
The SpokenWeb Sound Institute (SSI) will be back in person this year! It will take place at Concordia University in Montreal, 18-20 May 2022. Participation in SSI workshops and events is open to all members of the SpokenWeb network who are able to attend (with select Planning Meeting events offered virtually, as well).
Institutes | Concordia University, Sound Institute, SpokenWeb, workshops
In this episode, Kate Moffatt and Kandice Sharren take us behind the scenes of cataloguing the Women and Words Collection at Simon Fraser University.
Launch | Listening Party, Podcast, SpokenWeb, Women and Words
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.
Launch | Jason Camlot, Listening Party, Podcast, SpokenWeb, The Words and Music Show