Tuning in to Soundwriting

The Bandwidth of Podcasting

by Eric Detweiler

9. Credits and References

Image Credits

Smith, Bill. (2018, June 22). Frequency (the phenomenon of sound) [Photograph]. Flickr. https://flic.kr/p/Liygf9

Textual References

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Bowie, Jennifer L. (2012a). Podcasting in a writing class? Considering the Possibilities. Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy, 16(2). http://kairos.technorhetoric.net/16.2/praxis/bowie/index.html

Bowie, Jennifer L. (2012b). Rhetorical roots and media futures: How podcasting fits into the computers and writing classroom. Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy, 16(2). http://kairos.technorhetoric.net/16.2/topoi/bowie/index.html

Bruffee, Kenneth A. (1984). Collaborative learning and the "conversation of mankind." College English, 46(7), 635–652.

Ceraso, Steph. (2014). (Re)educating the senses: Multimodal listening, bodily learning, and the composition of sonic experiences. College English, 77(2), 102–123.

Ching, Kory Lawson. (2007). Peer response in the composition classroom: An alternative genealogy. Rhetoric Review, 26(3), 303–319. https://doi.org/10.1080/07350190701419863

Clement, Tanya E. (2018). Word. Spoken. Articulating the voice for high-performance sound technologies for access and scholarship (HiPSTAS). In Mary Caton Lingold, Darren Mueller, & Whitney Trettien (Eds.), Digital sound studies (pp. 155–177). Duke University Press.

Crowley, Sharon. (2003). Composition is not rhetoric. Enculturation: A Journal of Rhetoric, Writing, and Culture, 5(1). http://enculturation.net/5_1/crowley.html

Detweiler, Eric. (2018). A podcast?! Whatever gave you that idea? Some reverberations from Walter Benjamin's radio plays. In Jenny Rice, Chelsea Graham, & Eric Detweiler (Eds.), Rhetorics change / Rhetoric's change. Intermezzo/Parlor Press. http://intermezzo.enculturation.net/07-rsa-2016-proceedings.htm

Devitt, Amy J. (2008). Writing genres. Southern Illinois University Press.

Edwards, Dustin. (2017). On circulatory encounters: The case for tactical rhetorics. Enculturation: A Journal of Rhetoric, Writing, and Culture, 25. http://enculturation.net/circulatory_encounters

Ellis, Erik. (2013). Back to the future? The pedagogical promise of the (multimedia) essay. In Tracey Bowen & Carl Whithaus (Eds.), Multimodal literacies and emerging genres (pp. 37–72). University of Pittsburgh Press.

Farivar, Cyrus. (2014, August 13). 10 years of podcasting: Code, comedy, and patent lawsuits. Ars Technica. https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2014/08/10-years-of-podcasting-code-comedy-and-patent-lawsuits/

Flanagan, Andrew. (2017, May 11). The MP3 is officially dead, according to its creators. NPR. https://www.npr.org/sections/therecord/2017/05/11/527829909/the-mp3-is-officially-dead-according-to-its-creators

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Goudeau, Jessica. (2017, April 9). Was the art of S-town worth the pain? The Atlantic. https://www.theatlantic.com/entertainment/archive/2017/04/was-the-art-of-s-town-worth-the-pain/522366/

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Hilmes, Michele. (2013). The new materiality of radio: Sound on screens. In Jason Loviglio & Michele Hilmes (Eds.), Radio's new wave: Global sound in the digital era (pp. 43–61). Routledge.

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Robertson, Katie, & Gross, Jenny. (2021, February 25). "Reply All" podcast is paused after accusations of toxic culture. New York Times. https://www.nytimes.com/2021/02/25/business/media/reply-all-podcast-on-pause.html

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Sterne, Jonathan. (2012). MP3: The meaning of a format. Duke University Press.

Sterne, Jonathan, Morris, Jeremy, Baker, Michael Brendan, & Freire, Ariana Moscote. (2008). The politics of podcasting. The Fibreculture Journal, 13. http://thirteen.fibreculturejournal.org/fcj-087-the-politics-of-podcasting/

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Voegelin, Salomé. (2010). Listening to noise and silence: Towards a philosophy of sound art. Continuum.

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Podcast Episodes & Other Media Referenced

acclivity. (2006). Phoneringing.mp3 [Audio file]. Freesound. https://freesound.org/people/acclivity/sounds/24929/

Baran, Madeleine (Host). (2016, September 7). The crime (Season 1, No. 1) [Audio podcast episode]. In Samara Freemark (Senior producer), In the dark. https://www.apmreports.org/story/2016/09/07/in-the-dark-1

crz1990. (2011). Vintage telephone hanging up [Audio file]. Freesound. https://freesound.org/people/crz1990/sounds/135902/

Demby, Gene, & Meraji, Shereen Marisol. (2018). Talk American [Audio podcast episode]. In Code switch. NPR. https://www.npr.org/2018/08/08/636442508/talk-american

Detweiler, Eric (Host). (2016a, March 3). Byron Hawk on the shape of composition to come [Audio podcast episode]. In Rhetoricity. https://rhetoricity.libsyn.com/byron-hawk-on-the-shape-of-composition-to-come

Detweiler, Eric (Host). (2016b, June 3). Progymnasmata robotica [Audio podcast episode]. In Rhetoricity. https://rhetoricity.libsyn.com/progymnasmata-robotica

Detweiler, Eric (Host). (2016c, April 5). Sensational sounds: Steph Ceraso on sonic composition & pedagogy [Audio podcast episode]. In Rhetoricity. https://rhetoricity.libsyn.com/sensational-sounds-steph-ceraso-on-sonic-composition-pedagogy

Detweiler, Eric (Host). (2017, May 18). Monkeying around with new materialism: An interview with Laurie Gries [Audio podcast episode]. In Rhetoricity. https://rhetoricity.libsyn.com/monkeying-around-with-new-materialism-an-interview-with-laurie-gries

Detweiler, Eric (Host). (2019, June 19). The weird possibilities of academic podcasting [Audio podcast episode]. In Rhetoricity. https://rhetoricity.libsyn.com/the-weird-possibilities-of-academic-podcasting

Glass, Ira (Host). (2017, December 8). Our town (No. 632) [Audio podcast episode]. In This American life. WBEZ Chicago. https://www.thisamericanlife.org/632/our-town-part-one

Gross, Terry (Host). (2009, January 20). Spreading the hope: Street artist Shepard Fairey [Radio broadcast]. In Fresh air. NPR. https://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=99466584

Jelly-Roll Morton and His Red Hot Peppers. (1926). Doctor jazz [Song]. On Bluebird [Digitized vinyl album]. https://archive.org/details/78_doctor-jazz_jelly-roll-morton-and-his-red-hot-peppers-joe-oliver-jelly-roll-morton_gbia0007952a

Linsenmayer, Mark (Host). (2011). PREVIEW–Episode 33: Montaigne: What is the purpose of philosophy? (No. 33) [Audio podcast episode]. In The partially examined life. https://partiallyexaminedlife.com/2011/02/18/episode-33-montaigne-what-is-the-purpose-of-philosophy/

Schur, Michael, Miner, David, Sackett, Morgan, & Goddard, Drew (Executive Producers). (2016–2020). The good place [TV series]. Fremulon; 3 Arts Entertainment; Universal Television.

Smith, Stacey Vanek, & Goldstein, Jacob (Hosts). (2015, November 25). Episode 665: The pickle problem [Radio broadcast]. In Planet money. NPR. https://www.npr.org/sections/money/2015/11/25/457408717/episode-665-the-pickle-problem

Thorn, Jesse (Host). (2017, June 21). Ira Glass (No. 1) [Audio podcast episode]. In The turnaround with Jesse Thorn. Maximum Fun. http://maximumfun.org/turnaround/ira-glass

transitking. (2008). Needledrop03.wav [Audio file]. Freesound. https://freesound.org/people/transitking/sounds/59287/

Vogt, PJ, & Goldman, Alex (Hosts). (2015, August 27). Today's the day (No. 36) [Audio podcast episode]. In Reply all. Gimlet Media. https://gimletmedia.com/shows/reply-all/rnhokb/36-todays-the-day

Vogt, PJ, & Goldman, Alex (Hosts). (2016a, January 7). The cathedral (No. 50). [Audio podcast episode]. In Reply all. Gimlet Media. https://gimletmedia.com/shows/reply-all/6nh34m/50-the-cathedral

Vogt, PJ, & Goldman, Alex (Hosts). (2016b, February 25). Zardulu (No. 56) [Audio podcast episode]. In Reply all. Gimlet Media. https://gimletmedia.com/shows/reply-all/o2ho6j/56-zardulu

Vogt, PJ, & Goldman, Alex (Hosts). (2017, February 2). Storming the castle (No. 87) [Audio podcast episode]. In Reply all. Gimlet Media. https://www.gimletmedia.com/reply-all/87-longmont

Full Podcast Series Referenced

In alphabetical order by podcast series title: