Welcome to the Price Lab Podcast, a series focused on the people who are building, using, and critiquing the digital tools and techniques transforming the humanities. In each episode, friends of the Price Lab will speak to a different scholar about their work and the digital tools and resources shaping their research and pedagogy.
In this episode, we are joined by Price Lab's Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow (2018-2020), Julie Beth Napolin. In collaboration with former Mellon Graduate Fellow (2018-2019), Orchid Tierney, Napolin narrates the story of her work as a sound scholar, radio journalist, and digital humanitst. She discusses the power of oral history, biases built into audio technology, and the importance of investigating how we hear and listen and who is the "we" who is doing the hearing and listening.
Her book, The Fact of Resonance is forthcoming in June 2020 with Fordham University Press.
For more information: juliebethnapolin.com
"Prisoner of Mars" by Stereolab
"Night Watch" - by Blue Dot Sessions
"Water Cool Quiet" by Blue Dot Sessions
"Unknown" by Raymond Scott
"Plaque" by Blue Dot Sessions
"Green Arrow" by Yo La Tengo
"Setting Pace" by Blue Dot Sessions
William Faulkner- That Evening Sun, read by Arliss Howard
Mr. Microphone Commercial from 1981
Testimony of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford in front of Senate Judiciary Committee