BY THE LAB
Murphy, Emily Christina and Karis Shearer. “Badging.” A Glossary of Lab Techniques: Extending The Lab Book: Situated Practices in Media Studies. Darren Wershler, Lori Emerson, and Jussi Parikka. U Minnesota Press, Manifold Platform. Online. March 7, 2023
SpokenWeb (UBC Okanagan)
Wanting Everything: The Collected Works of Gladys Hindmarch. Eds. Deanna Fong and Karis Shearer. Vancouver: Talonbooks, 2020. Print.
Tayler, Felicity and Marjorie Mitchell, et al. Making Digital Humanities Research Public: A Data Primer. 2022.
Fong, Deanna and Al Filreis, Erin Moure, and Karis Shearer. “In Conversation: A Corner is Never a Firm Divide.” The Capilano Review 3, no. 39 (Fall 2019): 93-98. Print.
“Westcoast with Gladys: A Conversation between Gladys Hindmarch and Warren Tallman, 1969.” in Wanting Everything: The Collected Works of Gladys Hindmarch. Eds Deanna and Karis Shearer. Vancouver: Talonbooks, 2020. 283-96.
Shearer, Karis. “‘It’s All a Curious Dream’: Nostalgia, Old Media, and the Vancouver Poetry Conference, 1963.” in CanLit Across Media: Unarchiving the Literary Event. Montreal: MQUP, 2019. 165-82. Print.
Shearer, Karis. “Press Play: Making SpokenWeb Research Data Public.” Making Research Data Public: Workshopping Data Curation for Digital Humanities Projects.” Digital Humanities Summer Institute, Technologies East. University of Ottawa (Zoom). 21 and 28 May, 2021.
Shearer, Karis. “Feminist Close Listening in the Audio Archive.” Graduate Centre, Queen Mary University of London, UK. 12 February, 2020.
Shearer, Karis and Deanna Fong. “’But you can’t put that in a book’: Feminist Close Listening in the SoundBox Collection.” TEXT/SOUND/PERFORMANCE: Making in Canadian Space. University College Dublin. Dublin, Ireland. 25-27 April, 2019.
Shearer, Karis and Megan Butchart, Amy Thiessen.“Pedagogies in the Digital Archive.” Sound Pedagogies Panel (co-organizer with Jason Wiens) at TEXT/SOUND/PERFORMANCE: Making in Canadian Space. University College Dublin. Dublin, Ireland. 25-27 April, 2019.
Shearer, Karis. “The Literary Audio Archive: Teaching Poetry Off the Page.” Kanada Konkrete: Material Poetries in the Digital Age. University of Ottawa. May 4-6, 2018.
ABOUT THE LAB & RESEARCH
Hobbs, Catherine. “Voices Kept in Context: Underpinning and Not Unpinning Records in Literary Archives.” in CanLit Across Media: Unarchiving the Literary Event. Montreal: MQUP, 2019.
“Media archaeology labs are becoming more prevalent in university contexts with Lori Emerson’s founding in 2009 of the Media Archaeology Lab (Boulder, Colorado) and UBC Okanagan’s AMP Lab, among other examples….” (133-34n15).
“Creative-Critical Exchanges: A Conversation with Deanna Fong and Karis Shearer about their recent edition of writing by Gladys Hindmarch.” Interview by Eric Schmaltz. The Angle: ACCUTE Newsletter. Winter (2021): 15-19
“Teaching the Poetic Event,” on Harriet Blog, The Poetry Foundation. 2011.
“UBCO students, professors podcast about half-century-old artistic recordings.” KelownaNow 18 May, 2020.
“UBC, Exeter collaborate in the study of Digital Humanities.” 20 March, 2019.
“Protecting access to archival audio.” 21 November, 2017.
“Summer literary institute gives insider perspective on writing, editing.” UBC Okanagan News, 17 July, 2014.
“Canada’s top poets read from their work at UBC event.” UBC Okanagan News, 29 July, 2013.
“UBC Hosts ‘Editing Modernism On and Off the Page.’” FCCS News, 10 July, 2013.