The SpokenWeb Research Network (www.spokenweb.ca) is hosting the 2024 SpokenWeb Research Symposium at the University of Calgary, in Calgary, Canada from June 5-7, 2024. 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: Sounding the Futures: Listening Across Time and Space.
I first met Annie Murray in 2017 at a job interview (she was the interviewer, I the interviewee—thankfully I got the job), and in 2018 Annie asked me to join the SpokenWeb team as a research assistant. Four years later, we sit down—through our respective laptops—to chat about all things audio. As I soon found […]
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.
Part of TEXT / SOUND / PERFORMANCE 2019 Jason Camlot (Concordia), Annie Murray (UCalgary), and Darren Wershler (Concordia) will present a talk titled, “The Afterlife of Performance” as part of Text / Sound / Performance – Making in Canadian Space in Dublin, Ireland. For more info, click here.
Sound Pedagogies: Rethinking Approaches to Literary Audio Archives – Jason Wiens, Leah van Dyk, Isabelle Groenhof — Apr 26, 2019 (Events)
Part of TEXT / SOUND / PERFORMANCE 2019 Jason Wiens (UCalgary), Leah van Dyk (UCalgary), and Isabelle Groenhof (UCalgary) will present a talk titled, “Sound Pedagogies: Rethinking Approaches to Literary Audio Archives” as part of Text / Sound / Performance – Making in Canadian Space in Dublin, Ireland. For more info, click here.