In this session, the University of Alberta SpokenWeb digital rights team will guide you through this complex process and break it down into a few, easier-to-manage steps in order to make your rights management process a success.
Workshops | Ariel Kroon, Copyright, Michael O’Driscoll, Process, Rights Management, Sean Luyk, SpokenWeb, Trello, University of Alberta
The SpokenWeb Project and the Sound Studies Institute at the University of Alberta invite proposals from accomplished Sound Artists for a four-week residency and two-week exhibition to be held in Edmonton, Canada from April 1 – May 12, 2023.
Opportunities | Artist In Residence, Call for Artists, Edmonton, Opportunity, Sound Studies Institute, SpokenWeb, SpokenWeb Symposium, University of Alberta
Alex Gil will walk-through minimal computing as a critical practice, which invites us to reflect on the “inherent tension between universals and particulars, the global and the local, choice and necessity.”
Talk | Alex Gil, DH, digital humanities, Edmonton, hybrid, Minimal Computing, Talk, University of Alberta
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
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
SpokenWeb UAlberta and the Department of English and Film Studies at the University of Alberta are pleased to present a dual reading and discussion featuring three prominent Edmonton-based authors.
Performances, Talk | Edmonton, Ifeoma Chinwuba, Reading, SpokenWeb, Titilope Sonuga, Uchechukwu Peter Umezurike, University of Alberta
Listening to Vocal Production: SpokenWeb Through Lomax’s Cantometrics This week, Sean will lead participants in a guided session on the topic of vocal production in literary audio recordings. Drawing on the work of renowned ethnomusicologist, folklorist, and song-collector Alan Lomax (1915-2002), we will listen to vocal production in literary audio performances through the lens of […]
Workshops | Concordia, Event, Listening, Listening Practice, SpokenWeb, University of Alberta
“Refining the Alchemical Ear: Adept Listening Practices and the Poetry of George Bowering, Margaret Atwood, and Penn Kemp” This workshop is a brief foray toward an “adept” listening practice; that is, to listen to poetry from the perspective of an aspiring adept, a seeker of spiritual and poetic truths. What can we learn about the […]
Workshops | Anglophone Heritage Network, Concordia University, Listening Practice, Montreal, Nick Beauchesne, Quebec, SpokenWeb, University of Alberta, workshop, Writers Read
Join us in the AMP Lab (FIP 251) for a regular Tech Talk where participants talk about their digital humanities research, digital tools, or how they worked through research problems. This week, Lee Hannigan (U Alberta, SpokenWeb) presents “The Unwinding Reel: A Personal Account of Media-Focused Literary Research”. For more information, click here.
Presentations | AMP Lab, Kelowna, Lee Hannigan, Tech Talks, UBC Okanagan, University of Alberta
SpokenWeb Director, Jason Camlot, will be giving a presentation titled ‘Media Affordances of Literary Audio’ at the Sound Studies Institute (University of Alberta) on November 7, 2018. This presentation considers the significance of different audio media technologies and formats (wax cylinder, acetate flat disc, aluminium long-playing transcription disc, reel-to-reel tape, etc.) for the historical forms […]
Presentations | Edmonton, Jason Camlot, Sound Studies Institute, University of Alberta