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'"Thank goodness for our little radio": Researching post-quake radio audiences'
This article discusses the use of radio after major earthquakes in Christchurch, New Zealand, in 2010 and 2011. It draws on archival sources to retrospectively research post-quake audiences in the terms people used during ...
RadioQuake: Getting back 'on air' after the Christchurch earthquakes
Local independent radio stations in Christchurch, New Zealand, had their operations severely disrupted by major earthquakes in September 2010 and February 2011. This article examines the experiences of three radio stations ...
What is Intellectual Freedom Today: An Indigenous Reflection
(University of Canterbury. Aotahi School of Maori and Indigenous Studies, 2016)
Intellectual freedom, a hallmark of so-called modern democratic societies, signals the existence of repressive forces. Intellectual freedom as a mechanism, serves to challenge and confront such forces, and its excesses. ...
Alternative Radio : exhibiting radio and music heritage after the Christchurch earthquakes
This article examines the representation of Christchurch, New Zealand, student radio station RDU in the exhibition Alternative Radio at the Canterbury Museum in 2016. With the intention of ‘making visible what is invisible’ ...
Lessons in Ephemera: Teaching and Learning through Cultural Heritage Collections
This article synthesizes an intern’s experience assessing the University of Canterbury’s (UC) theatre and concert music program ephemera collection for its teaching and research potential, and evaluating its storage ...
“We’re looking out through a window to a field of weeds and sand and stones”: The Stadium Broadcast, a Radio Memorial
(SAGE Publications, 2018)
This paper explores the scope of small-scale radio to create an auditory geography of place. It focuses on the short term art radio project The Stadium Broadcast, which was staged in November 2014 in an earthquake-damaged ...