“Wild Listening: Ecology of a Science Podcast.”

“Wild Listening: Ecology of a Science Podcast.”

This chapter examines the ways in which podcasts share structural and epistemological affinities with ecological processes, engaging the conversational science podcast Stuff to Blow Your Mind as a case study.

In Podcasting: New Aural Cultures and Digital Media (eds. Dario Llinares, Neil Fox, Richard Berry) [forthcoming].

“At Home with the Weird: Dark Eco-Discourse in Tanis and Welcome to Night Vale.”

“At Home with the Weird: Dark Eco-Discourse in Tanis and Welcome to Night Vale.”

This article argues for the dark-ecological podcast, characterised by emergent aesthetics of uncanniness, pervasive anxiety, bodily permeability, and a complex relationship to the ‘local,’ all explored with dark ecology in mind. 

Revenant: Critical and Cultural Studies of the Supernatural, special issue on Multiplatform Horror [forthcoming]. 

“Teaching Ciaran Carson: Classroom Approaches to the Post-Digital, Conflict-Zone Text.” 

“Teaching Ciaran Carson: Classroom Approaches to the Post-Digital, Conflict-Zone Text.” 

This paper proposes considerations and contexts for teaching the post-conflict text relative to broader movements in literary studies, digital humanities, media studies, and postcolonial studies, using Belfast writer Ciaran Carson’s texts as a point of focus. 

Pedagogy 21 [forthcoming]