The Baudelaire Song Project

The Baudelaire Song Project aims to research all the song settings ever of poems by famous French poet Charles Baudelaire, building a pioneering digital dataset which brings together for the first time both pop music and classical music settings of Baudelaire’s verse and prose poetry, totalling 200+ poem texts. I speak with Prof. Helen Abbott and Dr Caroline Ardrey about the project, and what it means for the ways in which we examine literature and music.

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ELO2016 panel, “Feminist Horizons”

A recording of the “Feminist Horizons” panel at this year’s annual gathering of the Electronic Literature Organisation, ELO2016, hosted at the University of Victoria. Featuring presentations by leading e-lit scholars and practitioners, Kathi Inman Berens, Caitlin Fisher, and Jessica Pressman. The session was chaired by Anastasia Salter.

Date: June 2016

Telling stories at DHSI: Interviews with Ray Siemens, Diane Jakacki, and Alyssa Arbuckle

Colleen Renihan, Andrew Prellwitz, and Liam Murphy interview Alyssa Arbuckle, Diane Jakacki, and Ray Siemens about the annual Digital Humanities Summer Institute. Furthermore, they speak to a few of the field’s many voices, who share exactly what it is that DH means to them.

Date: June 2016

Digital fiction,
according to Alice Bell

I speak with Alice Bell, Reader Reader in English Language and Literature at Sheffield Hallam University, on digital fiction, and her research in the field.

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Date: April 2016

The Digital Autobiographic: Holes, by Graham Allen

Mary Galvin speaks with Graham Allen about his work of digital poetry, Holes. A poetic vehicle for the exploration of chance, meaning, juxtaposition and language, Holes is a ten syllable one line per day poem which offers something less and something more than a window on the author’s life. Composition of Holes began on December 23rd, 2006, and it is now published by New Binary Press.

Date: December 2015