Plugs, Play, Pedagogy
Episode 10: Exploring the Past
Transcript available here as a Google Doc full of links. If you see edits I should make or links I should add, go ahead and leave a comment.
Part 1: Researching My House
I'm obsessed with my 99-year-old house. So I made a 27-minute audio piece exploring my relationship to it. That's it.
Music you hear in this segment, all estimated to be from 1916 (the year the house was built):
- William Thomas, “Rose of No Man’s Land”
- Bresnen, “You’re a Dangerous Girl”
- Don Richardson, “Arkansas Traveler”
- Imperial Quartet of Chicago, “Perfect Day"
- Paul Reimers, “Memories”
- George Ballard, “There’s a Long Long Trail”
Links to other stuff is in the transcript.
Part 2: Jody Shipka's Response
In hopes that someone could tell me what my piece in Part 1 has to do with pedagogy, I turned to two smart friends who are interested in the past.
First, there's Jody Shipka, who teaches at University of Maryland, Baltimore County, tweets at @remediatethis, and is currently working on a project called "Inhabiting Dorothy." You can find out more about this and other projects at remediatethis.com.
Part 3: Jen Michaels' Response
She mentions the Digital Archive of Literacy Narratives a lot, which you know about, right?
Produced and recorded by Kyle Stedman (email@example.com; @kstedman), assistant professor of English at Rockford University, in cooperation with KairosCast and Writing Commons. Please contact me if you have ideas for future episodes or stories about how you've used the ideas you've heard on the show!
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And just for fun, here's some of the cool stuff I mentioned in Part 1.