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Radio Nouspace promotes research, scholarship, and creative efforts. These outcomes are described below..

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Peer-reviewed publications > book chapters

Peer-reviewed publications > journal essays

  • Barber, John. "Radio Nouspace: Radio, Sound, and Digital Humanities." Digital Studies. James O'Sullivan, ed. (Forthcoming)
  • Barber, John. 2016. "Digital Radio and Social Knowledge Creation in the Humanities." New Technologies in Medieval and Renaissance Studies. Alyssa Arbuckle, Daniel Powell, Aaron Mauro, eds. (Accepted)
  • Barber, John. 2016. "Sound Curation by Re-creation: The War of the Worlds Radio (re)Broadcast, Martians with Mustaches." Leonardo Electronic Almanac Lanfranco Aceti, James Bulley, John Drever, eds. (Forthcoming)
  • Barber, John. 2016. "Radio Art: A (mass) Medium Becomes an (artistic) Medium." Appareil, art and medium special issue, edited by Pascal Krajewski, ed. (Accepted)
  • Barber, John. 2016. "Re-Created Radio Dramas as Innovative Knowledge Environments." Scholarly and Research Communication. 7(2) November 2016. Alyssa Arbuckle, Lynne Siemens, and Alex Christie, eds.
  • Barber, John. 2014. "Internet Radio and Electronic Literature: Locating the Text in Aural Narratives." Electronic Book Review, 3 May.
    My archival website
  • Barber, John. 2013. "Internet Radio and Its Future: A Classroom Experiment." Radioenegocios 12, November: 22.

Peer-reviewed publications > conference proceedings

  • Barber, John. 2016, in press. "Sound and Electronic Literature: Locating the Text in the Act of Listening." ELO 2013 Proceedings, edited by Sandy Baldwin, Philippe Bootz, and Gabriel Gaudette.
  • Barber, John. 2014, in press. "Sound and Digital Humanities: Reflecting on a DHSI 2014 Course." Digital Humanities Quarterly, DHSI Colloquium 2014 special issue, edited by James O'Sullivan.
  • Barber, John. 2014. "Archiving the Nouscreen: Preserving the Permeability of the Post Screen." Post-Screen: Device, Medium and Concept, edited by Ana Vicente and Helena Ferreira, 74-83, Lisbon, Portugal: Seleprinter, Soc. Gráfica. .
    This essay evolved from my keynote address to the Post-Screen: International Festival of Art, New Media and Cybercultures, University of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal, 27-29 November 2014

Publications > abstracts

  • Barber, John. 2014. "Archiving the Nouscreen. Preserving the Permeability of the Post Screen." PostScreen: Device, Medium and Concept, edited by Ana Vicente and Helena Ferreira, Lisbon, Portugal, International Festival of Art, New Media and Cyberculture.

Keynote / Invited Artist Talks

  • Barber, John. 2016. "Experiential Qualities of Sound as Art, Practice, and Research Methodology"
    Department of Art and Art History
    University of Colorado-Boulder
    29 February 2016
  • Barber, John. 2015. "Practice-Based Archiving and Curating Digital Humanities: Three Case Studies"
    Electronic Textual Cultures Laboratory
    University of VictoriaVictoria, British Columbia, Canada
    22 January 2015
    Radio Nouspace was one of three case studies featured in this presentation.
  • Barber, John. 2014. "Archiving the Nouscreen: Preserving the Permeability of the Post-Screen"
    Post Screen International Festival of Art, New Media, and Cybercultures
    Center for Research and Studies in Fine Arts (CIEBA)
    Faculty of Fine Arts
    Lisbon University
    Lisbon, Portugal, 27-29 November 2014

Peer-Reviewed Presentations

  • Barber, John. 2016. "Sound and Electronic Literature: 'Under Language' and 'Narrative Archaeology'." International Conference on Digital Media and Textuality. Universität Bremen, Germany, 3-5 November.
  • Barber, John. 2016. "Sounds and Digital Humanities." Digital Humanities Summer Institute 2016 Colloquium, University of Victoria, Victoria, Canada, June.
  • Barber, John and Alcina Cortez. 2016. "Sound Art As Electronic Literary Artifacts: Objects of Shifting Imaginations, Self Construction, Spaces of Memory." Electronic Literature Organization, Victoria, Canada, 10-12 June.
  • Barber, John. 2016. "Sound: A Literary Memory Media Art Experience." Archival Uncertainties: International Conference on Literary Archives. The British Library, London, England. 4 April 2016.
    Part of a panel presentation entitled "Challenges to Archiving and Documenting Born Digital Literature: What Scholars, Archivists, and Librarians Need to Know." With Dene Grigar and Kate Pullinger.
  • Barber, John. 2016. "Curation by Re-Creation: Innovative, New Knowledge Model for Classic Radio Drama." INKE (Innovative New Knowledge Environments) New Knowledge Models: Sustaining Partnerships to Transform Scholarly Production, Whistler, BC, Canada. 19 January.
  • Barber, John. 2015. "Radio Nouspace." Digital Humanities Summer Institute Colloquium, University of Victoria, Victoria, Canada, 8-12 June.
  • Barber, John. 2015."Digital Radio and Social Knowledge Creation in the Humanities." Social Knowledge Creation in the Humanities, University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, 7 June.
  • Barber, John. 2014. "Future Audio Drama: Imagine the Possibilities." Audio Drama Seminar, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark, 19-20 August. Learn more.
  • Barber, John. 2014. "Sound Curation by Re-Creation: The War of the Worlds Radio (Re)broadcast, Martians with Mustaches: A Case Study and Suggestions."Curating Sound Art Conference, Goldsmith's, University of London and The Courtald Institute of Art, London, England, 15-17. Learn more.
  • Barber, John. 2013. "Internet Radio and Electronic Literature: Locating the Text in Aural Narratives." Electronic Literature Organization 2013 International Conference, 24-27 September 2013, Paris, France. Learn more.
  • Barber, John. 2013. "Internet Radio: Radio after the Future." "'What Is Radio?' Exploring the past, present, and future" conference, Portland, Oregon, 25-27 April. Learn more.

Exhibitions

unplace logo Radio Nouspace was one of three art projects jury selected from an international open call for the Unplace Networked Art: Places-Between-Places Exhibition, Lisbon, Portugal, 19 June-19 November 2015. This exhibition challenged the modes of creation and reception of works of art exhibited in virtual and networked exhibition spaces. Exhibition Catalog available here.