Recorded: November 2 2018 Speakers: Barbara Crow (Professor, Department of Sociology and Dean of Arts and Science at Queen’s, scholar on Feminism, Aging, and Technology) and Dylan Robinson, (Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Arts, Indigenous Perspectives on Listening and Sensory Perception, Sound Studies) A conversation between Barbara Crow and Dylan Robinson that centers on potential spaces for interdisciplinary thought and practice to emerge, both within and beyond Queen’s University. Sponsored by the Faculty of Arts and Science and the Queen’s University Library. Series Credits Series Coordinator: Dr. Laura Jean Cameron, Department of Geography and PlanningAssistant Coordinator: Claudia Hirtenfelder, PhD candidate, Department of Geography and PlanningPodcast recording and editing: Dr. Matt Rogalsky, DAN School of Drama and Music Thank you to the FAS and Queen’s Library for supporting the podcast series with special thanks to Barbara Crow, Martha Whitehead, Lindsey Fair, Jacquie Jameson, Heather McMullen, Jennifer Amos, Nancy Petri, Kate Clarke, and Jill PhillipsPhotographs: Katherine Kopiak and Matt RogalskyMusic: Marjan MozetichPodcast Assistance: Dinah Jansen, Matt Shepherd, Lyn Chen
Ryan Hanes, President of the Kingston Pickleball Club, explains the appeal of this new sport and how fast it has grown in Kingston and just about everywhere else. In this episode, “One More Colour” / The Rheostatics / LP “Introducing Happiness”
Laura Lee (Sci ’21), Deputy of Environmental Affairs under the Alma Mater Society’s Social Issues Commission joins us in studio to talk about the Room of Requirement at Queen’s University as well as the Queen’s Winter Coat Exchange. Business and individual donors can learn more about how to donate while students can learn how to access warm winter clothes, household items and more through this informative conversation about this service. You can also check out the recent Gazette article here: https://www.queensu.ca/gazette/stories/sharing-warmth-winter Music: James Francies-Leaps; David Ullman Group-Vortex; Lucia Jackson-When You’re Smiling
During the middle of an Ontario snow storm, the team chats about AND reviews The Favourite, The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part, and Vice. We also don’t totally ignore February 14 as we go through Taylor’s list of movies for a more Anti-Valentines Day, but still fun to watch as a couple! We also welcome Ben Charland to the show, host of the What On Earth Is Going On?! Podcast available now. He jumps in for the conversation about The Favourite.
Topic: 18th Century Theatre. Aging actress on the long 18th C London stage. Overview: Women were first allowed on stage in London in 1667 when the theatres reopened after the Interregnum. I’m interested in how these first female players navigated the negative reception to their aging bodies and how they represented themselves in the face of it
Golden Words is back to make Queen’s better. Solomon revolutionizes lineskip, Jeremy wants to go to class more, Carter’s copies a well known idea, and Steven is just the worst.
Will Fontella Bass recover from the follow-up? Find out next on One-Hit Wonders: The Follow-Ups! Music this episode: RECOVERY, FONTELLA BASS SHAKEDOWN, BELL AND JAMES COMIN BACK FOR MORE. WILLIAM BELL BIG BOPPERS WEDDING, BIG BOPPER REAL NAME J.P. RICHARDSON LIVING IN THE SUNLIGHT, TINY TIM CHANCES, BIG COUNTRY OUTSIDE WOMEN, BLOODSTONE HEAVY MAKES YOU HAPPY, BOBBY BLOOM
Featuring, from a January 17th book launch reading and talk held at Novel Idea Bookstore, you’ll hear David Austin with his books ‘Moving Against the System’ and ‘Dread Poetry & Freedom’. The reading/talk will carry several minutes into the second hour. Then, following the conclusion of Austin’s talk: from the December 4th open mic reading in the ‘and the journey continues’ monthly series, you’ll hear readings by Bob MacKenzie, Clara Langley, Hannah Peck, Juliana Covey, Raven Adamson, and Jesse Shewfelt.
Take good care of the poor boy! Sloan speaks the truth (as always) in this edition of WAFFLES!, where we play music both _about_ and _by_ the poor — from the destitute composer Debussy to the mad preaching captured in Front 242’s “Welcome to Paradise,” it’s a whirlwind tour of emptied pockets. The struggles of jazz artists in New York, the Irish diaspora, the little-known fact that musician Scott Walker ate his brother in the womb — it’s all here in this edition of WAFFLES! Music, music, music: WAFFLES theme :: Teen Titans Clair de Lune :: Walter Giesking (Claude Debussy) Poverty :: John Zorn Woman of the Ghetto :: Marlena Shaw No Depression in Heaven :: The Carter Family Man of Constant Sorrow :: Roscoe Holcomb Pay Dirt :: k.d. lang Speech Impediment :: Linda Oh Strange Fruit :: Billie Holiday Cause Cheap is How I Feel :: Cowboy Junkies Doledrum :: The La’s Paralyzed :: Gang of Four Broke :: Joel Plaskett Thousands Are Sailing :: The Pogues Goodbye Mrs Durkin :: The Irish Rovers Rich World Poor World :: The Guess Who My Ship is Coming In :: The Walker Brothers Apocalypse Pop Song :: Memphis Take Continue Reading
Recorded: March 27 2018 Speakers: Leslie Topp (Principal’s Development Fund International Visiting Scholar, Head, Department of History of Art, Reader in History of Architecture, Birkbeck, University of London) and Lisa Guenther (Professor, Department of Philosophy). Leslie Topp and Lisa Guenther consider spaces of incarceration and seclusion within institutions both historical and contemporary, focusing on the contexts, practices and possibilities of confinement. Sponsored by the Faculty of Arts and Science and the Queen’s University Library. Moderated by Allison Morehead, Associate Professor of Art History and Cultural Studies. Series Credits Series Coordinator: Dr. Laura Jean Cameron, Department of Geography and PlanningAssistant Coordinator: Claudia Hirtenfelder, PhD candidate, Department of Geography and PlanningPodcast recording and editing: Dr. Matt Rogalsky, DAN School of Drama and Music Thank you to the FAS and Queen’s Library for supporting the podcast series with special thanks to Barbara Crow, Martha Whitehead, Lindsey Fair, Jacquie Jameson, Heather McMullen, Jennifer Amos, Nancy Petri, Kate Clarke, and Jill PhillipsPhotographs: Katherine Kopiak and Matt RogalskyMusic: Marjan MozetichPodcast Assistance: Dinah Jansen, Matt Shepherd, Lyn Chen