Research Writing and SpeakingHere you will find a listing of my academic writing, publications and presentations along with links and materials as available. Please reach out if you require a copy of anything not available to you here.
Supervising Producer / Project Manager for the Amplify Podcast Network, SSHRC funded project. Co-directors Dr. Hannah McGregor, SFU and Siobhan McMenemy, WLU Press.
Bombardier-SSHRC Doctoral Research 2017-2022, “The Lesbian Show: The evolution of marginalized voices in Canadian audio media”. Simon Fraser University, School of Communication, Vancouver, Canada.
Past Project Affiliations
Research Assistant for “Liveable Soundscapes” SSHRC funded project under primary investigator Dr. Milena Droumeva.
Podcast Project Manager for “SpokenWeb Podcast” SSHRC funded project under primary investigator Dr. Jason Camlot and podcast task force lead Dr. Hannah McGregor.
Research Assistant for “Pass The Mic: Women finding space on air” research project under primary investigator Prof. Lori Beckstead.
Select Publications and Research
McGregor, H., & Copeland, S. (2022). Why Podcast?: Podcasting as Publishing, Sound-Based Scholarship, and Making Podcasts Count. Kairos, 27(1). https://kairos.technorhetoric.net/27.1/topoi/mcgregor-copeland/index.html
Droumeva, M., Copeland, S., & Ashleigh, B. (2022). What Does the Livable City Sound Like? Analyzing Public Communication in Vancouver, Canada. Canadian Journal of Communication, 47(1), 21 pp-21 pp. https://doi.org/10.22230/cjc.2022v47n1a3841
Copeland, S. & Knight, L. (2021). Indigenizing the National Broadcast Soundscape – CBC Podcast: Missing and Murder: Finding Cleo. Radio Journal: International Studies in Broadcast & Audio Media, 19(1), p.101-116. https://doi.org/10.1386/rjao_00036_1
Copeland, S. & McGregor, H. (2021). A Guide to Academic Podcasting. The Amplify Podcast Network. https://amplifypodcastnetwork.ca/Guidebook
Droumeva, M., Copeland, S., Ashleigh, B. & L. Knight (2020). Livable Soundscapes: A
Toolkit for Communities [public guide]. Sonic Research Studio.
Copeland, S. (2018). A Feminist Materialization of Amplified Voice: Queering Identity and Affect in The Heart. In D. Llinares, N. Fox, & R. Berry (Eds.), Podcasting: New Aural Cultures and New Media, p.209-225. Palgrave Macmillan. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-90056-8
Copeland, S. (2018). Broadcasting Queer Feminisms: Lesbian and Queer Women Programming in Transnational, Local, and Community Radio. Journal of Radio & Audio Media,25(2), 209-223. doi: 10.1080/19376529.2018.1482899
Copeland, S. (2017). The Gendered Experience of Voice in Radio and Beyond: Toronto, Canada (Master’s thesis). Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada.
Copeland, S. (2017). “Ehrick, Radio and the Gendered Soundscape: Women and Broadcasting in Argentina and Uruguay, 1930–1950.”Journal of Radio & Audio Media 24, no. 1 (May 2017): 176-78. doi:10.1080/19376529.2017.1297599.
Select Talks and Panels
Great Lakes Association for Sound Studies (GLASS Conference), University of Regina, Canada. The Disorienting Art of Listening Underwater: The Hydrophone [Research Presentation] (Oct 8, 2022).
Feminist and Accessible Publishing and Communications Technologies Speaker and Workshop Series (Virtual). Seeking Queer Soundwork: On Lesbian Feminist Practices of Discoverability [Invited Speaker] (Mar 31, 2022).
Emerging Research in Podcast Studies 2022 (Virtual). Equity or Catharsis? On Audio Diaries as Reflexive Method [Paper Presentation] (Feb 10, 2022).
Radio Survivor, XRAYFM 91.1FM, Portland, OR (USA). Lesbian Radio History in Canada [Radio Interview and Podcast] (June 2021).
SpokenWeb Summer Institute @ Concordia University (Canada). Scholarly Podcasting: From Pitch to Production Workshop. (June 2021).
Media History Research Centre x SpokenWeb Event, Concordia University (Canada). Podcasting as a Field of Critical Study [Virtual Panel] (April 2021).
Canadian Communication Association, Congress 2019 @ University of British Columbia (Canada). Paper Presentation “Wounded Vibrations and the Promise of Truth in CBC’s Podcast Missing and Murdered: Finding Cleo” (June 2019).
International Association of Communication and Media Research, IAMCR 2018 @ University of Oregon (USA). Paper Presentation “A Community Approach to E-Waste: Video Ethnography at Free Geek Vancouver” (June 2018)
Canadian Communication Association, Congress 2017 @ Ryerson University (Canada). Paper Presentation “The Gendered Experience of Women’s Voice in Radio and Beyond” Master’s Thesis Presentation (May 2017)
Broadcast Education Association Conference 2017 @ Las Vegas Westgate (USA). Paper Presentation “‘This is The Sound of My Voice’: Exploring Women’s Broadcast Voice through Radio Documentary Work” (April 2017).
Activist Media Archives 2016: De/Materializing Bodies @ The Studio for Media Activism and Critical Thought, Ryerson University (Canada) Paper Presentation “CJRU’s FemRadio: Archiving Feminist Media Activism in Practice”.
ISCS Conference 2016 @ Ryerson University (Canada) Paper Presentation “Among The Airwaves: The Exploration of Canadian Amateur Radio through Making and Connecting in the Internet Era”.
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