La Radio conference 2018 arriva a Prato!
Organizzata dall'australiana Monash University e ospitata nel Monash Arts Centre di Prato dal 10 al 13 luglio, la conferenza riunisce studiosi e accademici di tutto il mondo nel campo dei radio studies.
E Radio Papesse trasmetterà in LIVE STREAMING alcuni panel selezionati.
LIVE STREAMING PANELS (programma di trasmissioni in diretta streaming in aggiornamento)
Mar 10 @ 18.00 : The legacy of Free Radio in Italy || con: Marcello Lorrai [Radio Popolare], Giorgio Zanchini [Radio Anch’io’] e Tiziano Bonini [Università di Siena]
Mer 11 @ 11.30 : Up in the air: Where is radio studies now? || keynote di Kate Lacey [University of Sussex]
Mer 11 @ 15.30 : Women on Air; Radio, the Self and Memory || modera: Katie Moylan || con: Lori Beckstead [Ryerson University] Pass the Mic: Women Finding Space on Air, Lu Lin [RMIT University] Transmitting the (M)other Tongue: Towards a Feminist Poetics of Radio, Wei Lei [China Radio International] In pursuit of a better self: digital radio and listening in contemporary China, Magdalena Szydłowska [University of Warmia and Mazury] The Archive of Polish Radio folk culture collection: A collective memory analysis.
Gio 12 @ 11.30 : Levelling the playing field: Informing citizens through radio || keynote di Graham Dixon [European Broadcasting Union]
Gio12 @ 13.30 : Voices of the People: Intimacy, Subjectivity, and the Sound of Podcasting || modera: Michelle Rayner || con: Siobhán McHugh [University of Wollongong] Subjectivity, Intimacy, and the Podcast Host: Phoebe’s Fall and The Daily, Richard Berry [University of Sunderland] A Pantone of Podcasts: Typologies and Understandings of Podcasting, Andrew Bottomley [The State University of New York College at Oneonta] Sensational Voices: Investigating Discourses of Intimacy in Podcast Production Culture
Ven 13 @ 9.30 : The Radio Arts || Modera: Virginia Madsen || con: Magz Hall [Canterbury Christ Church University] The legacy of Free Radio on Contemporary Radio Arts Practice, Sally Ann McIntyre [Independent / Artist Researcher] How to Explain Radio to a Dead Huia: critical ecological strategies in the contemporary transmission arts.
Ven 13 @ 11.30 : Liberated, Outlawed, Re-invented? The Crisis of Radio Art in the Digital Age || modera: Heather Anderson || con: Virginia Madsen [Macquarie University] Radio art at the ABC: from Listening Room to no room?, Ania Mauruschat [University of Basel] The re-invention of Hörspiel in the digital age and the dangers of its emancipation, Heather Contant [University of New South Wales] LIGNA and the movement of free radio in the digital age