Podcasts Clio public
[search 0]
More

Download the App!

show episodes
 
The Digital Edge: Lawyers and Technology is a podcast hosted by Sharon Nelson, president of Sensei Enterprises, and Jim Calloway, Director of the Oklahoma Bar Association's Management Assistance Program. Each month, Nelson and Calloway invite noted legal technologists, authors, and lecturers to address a different topic related to lawyers and technology.
 
New Sounds at your doorstep, watch out for those hot shadows... www.facebook.com/cardiosh Tracklist: Cristi Cons - Manual Redus (Original Mix) Eric Volta feat. Gretz & Chaireaux - Master of Puppets (Original Mix) Burnt Poly - Eve (Cassy T's House Mix) Tom Flynn - Drum Machine Blues (Original Mix) Dense & Pika - Colt (Original Mix) Astin - I'm Sorry (Sable Sheep Remix) &ME - Blitz (Original Mix) Clio - Jupiter (Original Mix) Carl Bee - It's Hard (Original Mix) Samu.l - Seagull (Original Mix)
 
Loading …
show series
 
Managing IOLTA accounts is challenging for both new and established law firms, so what can they do to make sure all their ducks are in a row? Sharon and Jim welcome Paul Garibian of Nota to talk through common mistakes lawyers make, the serious consequences of mismanaging these accounts, and the best practices lawyers need to know. Paul Garibian is…
 
Episode 13 surveys three recent articles about Taylor Swift that demonstrate different ways of thinking about the authenticity of Taylor Swift's public persona. The articles discussed are "Taylor Swift: the hardest working, zaniest girl in showbusiness..." by Maryn Wilkinson in Celebrity Studies vol. 10 issue 3, "A Vernacular of Surveillance: Taylo…
 
In episode 12, Clio is joined by Mireille Pardon, Assistant Professor of History at Berea College, to discuss fan fiction tropes, real person fiction, and the depiction of Taylor Swift in "Daylight" by GetMeDietCoke and "Under the Sun" by today. Also discussed is the chapter "Intimate Intertextuality and Performative Fragments in Media Fanfiction" …
 
Episode 11 asks whether there is something fundamentally ironic about gender with reference to Taylor Swift's "The Man," Søren Kierkegaard's On the Concept of Irony with Continual Reference to Socrates, and Claire Colebrook's Irony. Get in touch with comments, questions, or just to say hi at studiesintaylorswift@gmail.com. Music: "Happy Strummin" b…
 
In Episode 10, Clio is joined by fellow English Literature PhD Maggie Deli to discuss celebrity studies. What would Erving Goffman say about the feud between Taylor Swift and Katy Perry? What happens when Swift's art becomes political? And is Swift trying to become less of a celebrity? Mentioned briefly are the article "To See and Be Seen: Celebrit…
 
Episode 9 explores the popular appeal of the theory that Taylor Swift is secretly queer through the lens of queer affect theory, with reference to Heather Love's Feeling Backward: Loss and the Politics of Queer History. Get in touch with comments, questions, or just to say hi at studiesintaylorswift@gmail.com. Music: "Happy Strummin" by Audionautix…
 
In episode 7, Clio and guest Meredith Ringel-Ensley discuss sound studies in relation to "Our Song." What is the difference between sound and song? What is a soundscape? And what does any of this have to do with the Eucharist? Get in touch with comments, questions, or just to say hi at studiesintaylorswift@gmail.com. Music: "Happy Strummin" by Audi…
 
In episode 6, we turn to Cleanth Brooks (The Well Wrought Urn: Studies in the Structure of Poetry) for guidance in reading the words of Taylor Swift. The next episode will come out on May 28th. Get in touch with comments, questions, or just to say hi at studiesintaylorswift@gmail.com. Music: "Happy Strummin" by Audionautix. Cover art by Finley Doyl…
 
Episode 5 attempts to determine whether Taylor Swift has a style and what its characteristics are with some help from Daniel Shore (Cyberformalism: Histories of Linguistic Forms in the Digital Archive) and our computer overlords (Voyant at https://voyant-tools.org/). The next episode will come out on May 14th. Get in touch with comments, questions,…
 
Episode 4 takes on the problem of nostalgia with help from Svetlana Boym (The Future of Nostalgia), Thomas Dodman (What Nostalgia Was: War, Empire, and the Time of a Deadly Emotion), Fredric Jameson (Postmodernism, or, the Cultural Logic of Late Capitalism), and Susan Stewart (On Longing). I need to take a week off, but I will be back with episode …
 
Episode 3 is a reading of "cardigan" in relation to the recurring trope of the old piece of clothing in Swift's work, with reference to scholarly work on things: the objective correlative as described by TS Eliot, Jonathan Gil Harris's Untimely Matter in the Time of Shakespeare, Roland Barthes's Camera Lucida, and Bill Brown's "Thing Theory." Get i…
 
Episode 2 is an exploration of Mikhail Bakhtin's concept of heteroglossia or dialogism and J.L. Austin's concept of performative utterances in relation to Taylor Swift's song "Love Story." Get in touch with comments, questions, or just to say hi at studiesintaylorswift@gmail.com. Music: "Happy Strummin" by Audionautix. Cover art by Finley Doyle.…
 
Episode 1 is a close reading of Taylor Swift's song "the lakes" in relation to Romantic poetry and Roland Barthes's concept of the Death of the Author. Get in touch with comments, questions, or just to say hi at studiesintaylorswift@gmail.com. Music: "Happy Strummin" by Audionautix. Cover art by Finley Doyle.…
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2021 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login