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Podcasting Cities: A Users Guide

  • Audio Studio Room 144 - Level 1, The Wilkinson Building 148 City Road Darlington, NSW, 2008 Australia (map)

Most of us have heard of podcasting and just over half of Australians claim to be listening to one, but How do you make a podcast on cities and why? From initiating a podcast to thinking about the ethics of expression and voice. Experts advise how to disseminate high quality podcast content.  

 

Speakers: City Road Podcast host Dr Dallas Rogers, the University of Sydney, Sound Researcher Dr Anja Kanngieser, University of Wollongong, Sociologist Dr Justine Lloyd Macquarie University, Architecture Graduate and Radio Presenter Joel Sherwood-Spring, and Radio Presenter Cheyne Anderson.

 


Refreshments served at 6pm. Event commences at 6:30pm

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This panel will be live recorded.

Capacity: Live Room 35

Capacity: Control Room 30

 

Dr Dallas Rogers

@DallasRogers101

Dallas’ research and teaching focuses on the relationships between poverty, wealth, urban planning and governance in global cities. He leads the multi-institutional and multi-disciplinary Global Real Estate Project (GREP), which undertakes relational examinations of housing poverty and wealth in global cities. GREP studies focus on the intersections of housing, migration, education, intercultural relations, digital technologies and geopolitical issues. Dallas has undertaken a critical analysis of Australian urbanism through fine-grained empirical research with low-income urban citizenries as well as super-rich transnational property investors, developers and their agents. Winner of prestigious Australian Federal Minister’s Award for housing research. His recent books include a monograph on ‘The Geopolitics of Real Estate: Reconfiguring Property Capital and Rights’ and an edited book on ‘Housing in 21st-Century Australia: People, Practices and Policies’.

 

Joel Sherwood-Spring

Joel is a Wiradjuri man raised between Redfern and Alice Springs. He is a Sydney -based Architecture graduate and interdisciplinary artist working between solo works and FutureMethod studio. Working across research, activism, architecture, installation and speculative projects. His is currently focused on the contested narratives of Sydney’s and Australia’s urban culture and indigenous history in the face of ongoing colonisation. Joel is working on a radio project called 'The Survival Guide' about the redevelopment of Redfern/Waterloo in Sydney.

 

Cheyne Anderson

Cheyne producers the award winning Think Digital Futures at 2SER community Radio in Sydney. Cheyne joined 2ser's The Wire Sydney team in 2016 with a keen interest in reporting on world politics and the environment. She currently studies post-graduate journalism at UTS, and holds an undergraduate degree in anthropology and archaeology from Sydney University.

      

Dr Anja Kanngieser

Anja research investigates how shifts in economic and political landscapes are registered in, and through, sound. This work is concerned with the ways that sound and communication are shaped by, and shape, human and more-than human relations to architectures and infrastructures, to larger atmospheres and ecologies, and to forces of power and governance that can are experienced and antagonised. 

    

Dr Justine Lloyd

Justine's research is broadly concerned with the relationship between spatial and social change, particularly investigated through cultural histories of domesticity and urban space. Justine has published in the area of transnationalism and border theory. She worked as a producer and presenter in community radio and from 2005 until 2010 she was a board member of the Newcastle-based media collective, the Octapod.