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Best podcasts about Stacey Copeland

Latest podcast episodes about Stacey Copeland

The Documentary Podcast
Women's football

The Documentary Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 24:58


Women's football is on an incredible high around the world after a month of five international tournaments with record breaking crowds. Those tournaments have delivered new champions, new interest and new hope. The new champions are Papua New Guinea, South Africa and England. Perhaps more predictably there have also been trophies for the USA and Brazil. The success has created a discussion about how this is a significant moment in the development of the game. Stacey Copeland who was in England Under-18s, former England defender Fern Whelan and BBC World Service Digital and Sport Editor, Anna Doble discuss how Euro 2022 can change the course of women's sports.

New Books in Communications
Stacey Copeland and Hannah McGregor, "A Guide to Academic Podcasting" (Amplify Podcast Network, 2022)

New Books in Communications

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 68:50


A Guide to Academic Podcasting is a practical guidebook introducing scholars to the multiverse of podcasting. It's an open-source publication made by Amplify Podcast Network, written by Stacey Copeland and Hannah McGregor. In this conversation, we talked about embodied knowledge, gendered (and racialized) voices, and how new media publishing is transforming the relationships scholars have with the public(s). We entered into the territory of the vulnerable scholar, examined our discomfort with silence, and the spaces of possibilities academics may discover in podcasting. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/communications

New Books in Education
Stacey Copeland and Hannah McGregor, "A Guide to Academic Podcasting" (Amplify Podcast Network, 2022)

New Books in Education

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 68:50


A Guide to Academic Podcasting is a practical guidebook introducing scholars to the multiverse of podcasting. It's an open-source publication made by Amplify Podcast Network, written by Stacey Copeland and Hannah McGregor. In this conversation, we talked about embodied knowledge, gendered (and racialized) voices, and how new media publishing is transforming the relationships scholars have with the public(s). We entered into the territory of the vulnerable scholar, examined our discomfort with silence, and the spaces of possibilities academics may discover in podcasting. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/education

New Books Network
Stacey Copeland and Hannah McGregor, "A Guide to Academic Podcasting" (Amplify Podcast Network, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 68:50


A Guide to Academic Podcasting is a practical guidebook introducing scholars to the multiverse of podcasting. It's an open-source publication made by Amplify Podcast Network, written by Stacey Copeland and Hannah McGregor. In this conversation, we talked about embodied knowledge, gendered (and racialized) voices, and how new media publishing is transforming the relationships scholars have with the public(s). We entered into the territory of the vulnerable scholar, examined our discomfort with silence, and the spaces of possibilities academics may discover in podcasting. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Work in Digital Humanities
Stacey Copeland and Hannah McGregor, "A Guide to Academic Podcasting" (Amplify Podcast Network, 2022)

New Work in Digital Humanities

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 68:50


A Guide to Academic Podcasting is a practical guidebook introducing scholars to the multiverse of podcasting. It's an open-source publication made by Amplify Podcast Network, written by Stacey Copeland and Hannah McGregor. In this conversation, we talked about embodied knowledge, gendered (and racialized) voices, and how new media publishing is transforming the relationships scholars have with the public(s). We entered into the territory of the vulnerable scholar, examined our discomfort with silence, and the spaces of possibilities academics may discover in podcasting. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/digital-humanities

Phantom Power: Sounds about Sound
Ep. 35 | Voices Pt. 2: The Sound of My Voice (Stacey Copeland)

Phantom Power: Sounds about Sound

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2022 51:04


In part two of our three-part series "Voices," we feature an exciting new voice in the world of sound studies, Stacey Copeland.  In part one last month, we examined the role voices play in professional sports and unpacked some of the understandings of ability and masculinity that inform the sound of the quarterback's voice in the NFL. Copeland's audio documentary, "This is the Sound of My Voice," examines another group of professionals—women broadcasters and podcasters, who struggle with sonic sexism from male colleagues, audiences, and sometimes, even themselves. The documentary was originally presented on radio in three parts, but Stacey graciously edited a shorter version for this episode of Phantom Power. Stacey Copeland is a media producer and Joseph-Armand Bombardier (CGS) Ph.D. candidate at Simon Fraser University's School of Communication in Vancouver, Canada. She received her Master of Arts from the Ryerson York joint Communication and Culture graduate program where she studied with a focus on radio production, sound studies, media culture and gender studies. She completed her Bachelor of Arts in Radio and Television Arts from Ryerson University with a minor in English and a specialization in audio production for radio, music and film. It was during her Master's work that Copeland co-founded FemRadio, a Toronto, Canada based feminist community radio collective. Currently, she is the supervising producer at Amplify Podcast Network, a collaborative project dedicated to reimagining the sound of scholarship.

Tales to Inspire
1 Year Anniversary - Part 1

Tales to Inspire

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 35:34


It is not every day that you get to celebrate a 1 year anniversary! Get ready for some of our most inspirational guests throughout the year. During this episode you will be able to listen to parts of: Krish's journey (listen to full via episode 1) Sean Bailey (listen to full via episode 2) Stacey Copeland (listen to full via episode 37) Aaron Baker (listen to full via episode 17) Lorraine Lewis ( (listen to full via episode 40) This is part 1 of our 1 year anniversary and next week we will be releasing part 2!

Strong Voice
E75: Championship boxing & Paving the Way for inclusive sport with Stacey Copeland

Strong Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 55:47


E75: Championship boxing & Paving the Way for inclusive sport with Stacey Copeland   What is a typical girls' sport? Football? Boxing? For Stacey Copeland, she's paving the way in more ways than one to ensure all sports are inclusive for everyone. Stacey's father and grandfather were both boxers, so it seemed natural for her to take up the sport. In 2018, she made history when she became the first-ever British woman to win the Commonwealth title. We chatted about how she felt winning, and also the sad realisation that there was no belt for the female boxers, yet there was for her male counterparts. Instead of complaining, she decided to take proactive steps to ensure no other female boxer felt how she did and ensured a belt was available for other women Commonwealth athletes. In addition to being a professional boxer, Stacey's also represented England in football.   Represented England in football and boxing. Founder of Pave The Way. Presenter for BBC Radio Manchester.  In 2018 she made history when she became the first-ever British woman to win the Commonwealth title.  'The Dead Good Show' and 'The Sunday Sports Show' on BBC Radio  

Radio Survivor Podcast
Podcast #304 – Lesbian Radio History in Canada

Radio Survivor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2021 101:59


As we wrap up Pride Month, our podcast discussion turns to queer spaces and queer community on the radio and in podcasting, specifically lesbian broadcasters in Canada. Our guest, Stacey Copeland is a media producer and Ph.D. candidate at Simon Fraser University's School of Communication in Vancouver, Canada. Stacey has been researching the history of […] The post Podcast #304 – Lesbian Radio History in Canada appeared first on Radio Survivor.

Tales to Inspire
How Sport can help you Make a difference With Stacey Copeland

Tales to Inspire

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2021 61:30


“Leadership is action and not a title”   Stacey Copeland is predominantly known for playing football and boxing and her involvement in sport.   As a child when Stacey played in her first primary school game, she was made to leave the football pitch because they realised, she was a girl, so it meant she had to go home and cut her hair short so she could disguise as a boy so she was able to play.     At the age of 14 years old, Stacey was playing football for Stockport County and was selected for the first team. Stacey then moved to play in the premier league before being selected to play for the England national team.    Stacey then moved to the USA to continue her dream playing football and studying and to get away from some a seriously difficult circumstances at home. During the close season Stacey had kept up her fitness, by training boxing. In her final year, Stacey broke her leg and it completely devastated her and after some challenging circumstances, she realised that she didn’t want to play football anymore.   Having returned to England, Stacey decided her next career path, and to many people’s surprise that was in high level boxing. She wanted to win the national boxing title like her father and during her career she became European silver medallist, national champion and won the commonwealth title.   “I will find a way to make a difference, for my life to make a difference and to help other people.”   Stacey has now retired from professional sport, but works for the BBC as a radio presenter, she works in schools two days a week, an inspirational speaker and also the founder of the , that aims to show that gender should not be a barrier to human potential.   “I think of inspiration as a positive petrol tank”   Resources:          

The SpokenWeb Podcast
Listening Ethically to the Spoken Word

The SpokenWeb Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2021 58:49


This episode was created by SpokenWeb contributors Deanna Fong (Concordia University) and Michael O'Driscoll (University of Alberta), with additional audio courtesy of the radiofreerainforest Fonds at Simon Fraser University's Special Collections; the Hartmut Lutz Collection, made digitally available by the SSHRC-funded People and the Text project (https://thepeopleandthetext.ca/); and support from Jason Camlot, Hannah McGregor, Stacey Copeland, and Judith Burr. Special thanks to Deanna Reder and Alix Shield of The People and the Text Project, and to Mathieu Aubin, bill bissett, Hartmut Lutz, Maria Campbell, and T.L. Cowan for permission to share interview and performance audio. SpokenWeb is a monthly podcast produced by the SpokenWeb team as part of distributing the audio collected from (and created using) Canadian Literary archival recordings found at universities across Canada. To find out more about Spokenweb visit: spokenweb.ca . If you love us, let us know! Rate us and leave a comment on Apple Podcasts or say hi on our social media @SpokenWebCanada.Episode Producers:Deanna Fong is a SSHRC-funded Postdoctoral Fellow at Concordia University where her research project, “Towards an Ethics of Listening in Literary Study” intersects the fields of Oral History and Literature through an investigation of interviewing and listening practices. She co-directs the audio/multimedia archives of Fred Wah, and has done significant cataloguing and critical work on the audio archives of Roy Kiyooka. Her critical work appears in the recent publications Canlit Across Media (MQUP, 2019) and Pictura: Essays on the Works of Roy Kiyooka (Guernica Editions, 2020). With Karis Shearer, she co-edited Wanting Everything: The Collected Works of Gladys Hindmarch (Talonbooks, 2020).Michael O'Driscoll is a Professor in the Department of English and Film Studies in the Faculty of Arts, and Special Advisor to the Provost as Convenor for Congress 2021 at the University of Alberta. He teaches and publishes in the fields of critical and cultural theories with a particular emphasis on deconstruction and psychoanalysis, and his expertise in Twentieth-Century American Literature focuses on poetry and poetics as a form of material culture studies. His interests in material culture range from sound studies, archive theory, radical poetics, and technologies of writing to the energy humanities and intermedia studies. He is a Governing Board Member and a member of the UAlberta research team for the SpokenWeb SSHRC Partnership Grant.Interviewees:Mathieu Aubin is a Horizon Postdoctoral Fellow at Concordia University where he is co-leading the Oral Literary History project. His work currently focuses on the role of literary events in advancing LGBTQ2+ social justice initiatives in Canada since the second half of the twentieth century. He has published on queerness and feminism in Vancouver's small presses and literary magazines in Canadian Literature.Clint Burnham was born in Comox, British Columbia, which is on the traditional territory of the K'ómoks (Sathloot) First Nation, centred historically on kwaniwsam. He lives and teaches on the traditional ancestral territories of the Coast Salish peoples, including traditional territories of the Squamish (Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Úxwumixw), Tsleil-Waututh (səl̓ilw̓ətaʔɬ), Musqueam (xʷməθkʷəy̓əm), and Kwikwetlem (kʷikʷəƛ̓əm) Nations. Clint is Professor and Chair of the Graduate Program, Department of English, Simon Fraser University and works on psychoanalysis, Marxist theory, Indigenous literature, and digital culture. His most recent book is Does the Internet have an Unconscious? Slavoj Žižek and Digital Culture, (Bloomsbury, 2018), and he is co-editing, with Paul Kingsbury, Lacan and the Environment forthcoming in 2021 from Palgrave. (Photo by Chris Brayshaw)Treena Chambers is a Métis scholar who has worked as a bookseller, union organizer, researcher, and writer. She has a BA from SFU in International Studies and is currently a Masters' student in the SFU School of Public Policy. She brings her experience as a mature student and her Métis background into her studies of decolonization and identity. Her 2018 essay "Hair Raizing" was shortlisted by the Indigenous Voices Awards, as well her 2020 work "Forest Fires and Falling Stars." She has also contributed work to the book "unsettling EDUCATIONAL MODERNISM".T.L. Cowan is an Assistant Professor of Media Studies (Digital Media Cultures) in the Department of Arts, Culture and Media (UTSC) and the Faculty of Information (iSchool) at the University of Toronto. T.L.'s research focuses on cultural and intellectual economies and networks of trans- feminist and queer (TFQ) and other minoritized digital media and performance practices. This work includes a monograph, entitled Transmedial Drag and Other Cross-Platform Cabaret Methods, nearing completion. T.L. is also a performance artist, who appears in alter-ego form on cabaret stages and in video screens as Mrs Trixie Cane. Credits:The following are Creative Commons attribution licensesTake Me To the Cabaret by Billy MurrayOld phonograph “Cabaret”https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Antique_Phonograph_Music_Program_Various_Artists/Antique_Phonograph_Music_Program_05052009/Take_Me_to_the_CabaretNight on the Docks by Kevin McLeodhttps://freemusicarchive.org/music/Kevin_MacLeod/Jazz_Sampler/Night_on_the_Docks_-_SaxBlur the World by Tagirijushttps://freemusicarchive.org/music/Manuel_Senfft/Easy_2018/manuel_senfft_-_blur_the_worldQueer Noise by isabel nogueira e luciano zanattahttps://freemusicarchive.org/music/isabel_nogueira_e_luciano_zanatta/unlikely_objects/07_-_isabel_nogueira_e_luciano_zanatta_-_unlikely_objects_objetos_improvveis_-_queer_noiseThe following are spoken word performance clipsMathieu Aubin interviews bill bissett, courtesy of recordist.“Mayakovsky” by the Four Horsemen, courtesy of Radiofreerainforest, Simon Fraser University, Special Collections and Rare Books. Hartmut Lutz interviews Maria Campbell, courtesy of The People and the Text, T.L. Cowan performance of Mrs. Trixie Cane at Edgy Women Festival, courtesy of performer.

New Aural Cultures Podcast
SpokenWeb podcast: Cylinder talks (w/ Stacey Copeland and Jason Camlot)

New Aural Cultures Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2021 79:33


In this episode, New Aural Cultures is delighted to be collaborating with the SpokenWeb podcast. Produced by a collective of researchers who are dedicated to the discovery and preservation of sonic artefacts that have captured literary events of the past, SpokenWeb is both a vital resource for the analysis of the spoken word history in Canada and beyond, and a vital intervention into the present and future of literary performance, communication and knowledge exchange from critical and pedagogical perspectives. The podcast is hosted and produced by previous New Aural Cultures guests Hannah MacGregor and Stacey Copeland respectively. The episode we bring you is entitled Cylinder talks and features Director of the SpokenWeb Network and Professor at Concordia University – Jason Camlot – in conversation with SpokenWeb podcast supervising producer and Simon Fraser University PhD candidate – Stacey Copeland – and explores how sound studies is being taken up in the literary classroom. Together we listen back to select “Cylinder Talk” sound production assignments created by Concordia graduate students, and unpack the experiences, ideas and discussions that the production and study of sound can incite across disciplines. A 3-minute audio project assigned to students in Jason’s most recent graduate seminar – Literary Listening as Cultural Technique – the Cylinder Talk draws on a history of early spoken sound recordings, inviting us into an embodied sonic engagement with literature studies.The episode features sound work by Alexandra Sweny, Sara Adams, Aubrey Grant and Andrew Whiteman. Cylinder Talks Featured: Alexandra Sweny, “Ethics of Field Recording in Irv Teibel’s Environments Series” — Sound Clips: Original recordings of Montreal by Alexandra Sweny. Sara Adams, “Henry Mayhew and Victorian London” — Sound Clips: “Victorian Street.” British Library, Sounds, Sound Effects. Collection: Period Backgrounds. Editor, Benet Bergonzi. Published, 1994. Aubrey Grant, “Poe’s Impossible Sound” — Sound Clips: Lucier, Alvin. I Am Sitting in a Room, Lovely Music Ltd., 1981. Andrew Whiteman, “Bronze lance heads” — Sound Clips: —“Robert Duncan Lecture on Ezra Pound” March 26, 1976, U of San Diego; accessed from Penn Sound Robert Duncan’s author page. (https://writing.upenn.edu/pennsound/x/Duncan.php) —“Ezra Pound recites Canto 1” 1959; accessed from Penn Sound Ezra Pound’s author page (https://writing.upenn.edu/pennsound/x/Pound.php) — —“The Sound of Pound: A Listener’s Guide” by Richard Siebruth, interview with Al Filreis May 22, 2007. (https://writing.upenn.edu/pennsound/x/Pound.php) — Sampled 1940s film music; date and origin unknown. — Original music; composed by Andrew Whiteman, Dec 2020. Click here to visit the episode's website. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/newauralcultures/message

Together We've Got This
Louise and Annie host the second of two anniversary Her Spirit episodes. They are joined by four phenomenal past guests Claire Danson, Deborah James, Stacey Copeland and Maxine Peake who talk about the challenges of the last year.

Together We've Got This

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2021 69:06


In the first of two anniversary episodes of the Her Spirit podcast BBC Breakfast Louise Minchin and BBC Triathlon presenter Annie Emmerson talk to Claire Danson, Deborah James, Stacey Copeland and Maxine Peake.All four guests talk about there challenges over the last twelve months from Stacey Copeland's retirement from boxing, Maxine Peake's acting industry suffering catastrophic affects, Deborah James battles with bowel cancer and the 3am feeling of loneliness and Claire Danson adapting to a life as a para-triathlete.It's an episode all about female support, fun and laughter and the power of togetherness. It includes so many great ways to look at life over a challenging year and making sure you have many "positive petrol tanks" around you.These podcasts have been made possible through the support of Medichecks www.medichecks.com and Sport England www.sportengland.org. Medichecks offers an easy and affordable way to check your health from the comfort of your own home with their simple and personal at-home blood tests. From hormones and nutrition, to cholesterol and diabetes, there is something for everyone. For more information on Her Spirit and "Your Best Year Yet" go to http://herspirit.co.uk and come and join us for March's "Mix It Up March" challenge or the Tour de Her Spirit on the 27th March at 10.30am.

Leaders in Conversation with Anni Townend
Anni Townend in Conversation with Stacey Copeland, Boxer

Leaders in Conversation with Anni Townend

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2021 26:55


Question it. Challenge it. Change it. Advice from a multi-champion sporting superstar.“It is a massive lie that we've been told forever that women are not as good and that we can't do things…...My purpose isn't just to be the best athlete that I can be. It's to use sport, one of the most powerful things on the planet, for bringing about positive change.”  Stacey Copeland, Boxer.In this episode Anni talks to Stacey Copeland, former professional athlete, public speaker, presenter, campaigner and the first ever British woman to win the Commonwealth title.Stacey began her career as a professional sportswoman at the tender age of 16 when she was picked to play for the England Woman's Football Team. From there she went on to represent England both on the field and in the ring as a professional boxer and eventually became a Commonwealth Champion.Listen to this remarkable episode where Stacey shares a life in sport, including her first experience of gender bias and inequality, and how she overcame adversity to carve a successful career as a female athlete. She also talks about being a role model for social justice and gender empowerment, including how she fought for and put pressure on the Commonwealth Boxing Council to create a Women's Commonwealth Title Belt, something that was regrettably only offered to male champions. Stacey talks passionately  about the importance of realising your potential and supporting and helping young people to “have the fullest life they can” in sport and in society. She goes on to provide practical advice we can all take to remove gender stereotypes and barriers to success.Hear Stacey's unique perspective on:The limiting impact of stereotypes and stigma on human potentialThe importance of language and how phrases sometimes unknowingly hold a lot of bias -and how we can change that to create more positive, inclusive dialogueHow sport can be used as a powerful channel for positive change Why considering the bigger picture is key to realising your purpose and potentialHow to be a courageous and compassionate leader The power of positive reinforcement and “filling up your petrol tank” This special Leaders in Conversation episode comes as Stacey recently made the difficult decision to retire from the world of competitive sport. Announcing her intention to step out of the ring, she penned a highly touching and celebratory tribute to her career, titled My Letter to Sport:  The beginning was exciting, and the ending was sad, but it's everything in between that made it all worth living.  Read the full letter here.You can discover more about Stacey on her website, including her sporting achievements, current speaking and media engagements and to read her blog. The website also includes details of the Pave The Way charity which she founded in 2017Discover more at Stacey-Copeland.co.uk 

The SpokenWeb Podcast
Cylinder Talks: Pedagogy in Literary Sound Studies

The SpokenWeb Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2021 64:21


Together we listen back to select "Cylinder Talk" sound production assignments created by Concordia graduate students, and unpack the experiences, ideas and discussions that the production and study of sound can incite across disciplines. A 3-minute audio project assigned to students in Jason's most recent graduate seminar - Literary Listening as Cultural Technique - the Cylinder Talk draws on a history of early spoken sound recordings, inviting us into an embodied sonic engagement with literature studies.The episode features sound work by Alexandra Sweny, Sara Adams, Aubrey Grant and Andrew Whiteman.SpokenWeb is a monthly podcast produced by the SpokenWeb team as part of distributing the audio collected from (and created using) Canadian Literary archival recordings found at universities across Canada. To find out more about Spokenweb visit: spokenweb.ca . If you love us, let us know! Rate us and leave a comment on Apple Podcasts or say hi on our social media @SpokenWebCanada.Episode Producers:Jason Camlot (SpokenWeb director) is Professor in the Department of English and Research Chair in Literature and Sound Studies at Concordia University in Montreal. His critical works include Phonopoetics (Stanford 2019), Style and the Nineteenth-Century British Critic (2008), and the co-edited collections, CanLit Across Media (2019) and Language Acts (2007). He is also the author of four collections of poetry, Attention All Typewriters, The Animal Library, The Debaucher, and What the World Said.Stacey Copeland  is a media producer and Communication Ph.D. candidate at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada. She received her MA from the Ryerson York joint Communication and Culture program and a BA in Media Production from Ryerson University. She is currently the podcast project manager for The Spokenweb Podcast and the supervising producer of Amplify Podcast Network. website: http://staceycopeland.com/Cylinder Talks Featured:Alexandra Sweny,  “Ethics of Field Recording in Irv Teibel's Environments Series”Sound Clips:  Original recordings of Montreal by Alexandra Sweny.Sara Adams,  “Henry Mayhew and Victorian London”Sound Clips: “Victorian Street.” British Library, Sounds, Sound Effects. Collection: Period Backgrounds.  Editor, Benet Bergonzi.  Published, 1994.Aubrey Grant,  “Poe's Impossible Sound”Sound Clips: Lucier, Alvin. I Am Sitting in a Room, Lovely Music Ltd., 1981.Andrew Whiteman,  “Bronze lance heads”Sound Clips:“Robert Duncan Lecture on Ezra Pound” March 26, 1976, U of San Diego; accessed from Penn Sound Robert Duncan's author page. (https://writing.upenn.edu/pennsound/x/Duncan.php)“Ezra Pound recites Canto 1” 1959; accessed from Penn Sound Ezra Pound's author page (https://writing.upenn.edu/pennsound/x/Pound.php)—“The Sound of Pound: A Listener's Guide” by Richard Siebruth, interview with Al Filreis May 22, 2007. (https://writing.upenn.edu/pennsound/x/Pound.php)Sampled 1940s film music; date and origin unknown.Original music; composed by Andrew Whiteman, Dec 2020.References:Eidsheim, Nina Sun.  The Race of Sound: Listening, Timbre and Vocality in African Music. Duke UP, 2019.Feaster, Patrick. “'The Following Record': Making Sense of Phonographic Performance, 1877-1908.” PhD Dissertation.  Indiana University, 2007.Hoffman, J. “Soundscape explorer: From snow to shrimps, everything is a sound to Bernie Krause.” Nature, vol. 485, no. 7398, 2012, p. 308, doi:10.1038/485308a.Kittler, Friedrich. Grammophone, Film, Typewriter, trans. Geoffrey Winthrop-Young and Michael Wutz, Stanford University Press, 1999.Krause, Bernie. The Great Animal Orchestra: Finding the Origins of Music in the World's Wild Places. Little Brown, 2012.Peter Miller, “Prosody, Media, and the Poetry of Edgar Allan Poe,” PMLA 135.2 (March 2020): 315-328.Mayhew, Henry. London Labour and the London Poor, 1851.Picker, John.  Victorian Soundscapes.  Oxford University Press, 2003.Poe, Edgar Allen. “The Bells”, Complete Poems and Selected Essays, ed. Richard Gray, Everyman Press, 1993, pp. 81-84.Robinson, Dylan.  Hungry Listening: Resonant Theory for Indigenous Sound Studies. University of Minnesota Press, 2020.Schafer, R. Murray. The Soundscape: Our Sonic Environment and the Tuning of the World. Inner Traditions/Bear and Co., 1993.Siegert, Bernhard. Cultural Techniques: Grids, Filters, Doors, and Other Articulations of the Rea. Trans. Geoffrey Winthrop-Young.  Fordham UP, 2015.Stoever, Jennifer Lynn. The Sonic Color Line: Race and the Cultural Politics of Listening.  New York University Press, 2016.Teibel, Irv. Environments 1: Psychologically Ultimate Seashore. LP Record. Syntonic Research Inc., 1969.World Soundscape Project - Sonic Research Studio - Simon Fraser University. https://www.sfu.ca/sonic-studio/worldsoundscaperoject.html. Accessed 31 Jan. 2021.Additional Sound Clips:Camlot, Jason.  Ambient Music for “Cylinder Talks”.“A Christmas Carol in Prose (Charles Dickens: Scrooge's awakening )(w Carol Singers [male quartet]).” Bransby Williams, performer. Edison 13353, 1905."Big Ben clock tower of Westminster - striking half past 10, quarter to 11, and 11 o'clock" (Westminster, London, England). July 16, 1890. Recorded by: Miss Ferguson and Graham Hope, (for George Gouraud). Edison brown wax cylinder (unissued). NPS object catalog number: EDIS 39839.bpayri. “crowd chattering students university loud”, Freesound, 2015.Humanoide9000. “Glacier break”, Freesound, 2017.“Micawber (from ‘David Copperfield').” William Sterling Battis, performer. Victor 35556 B, 12”disc, 1916.New, David, director. R. Murray Schafer: Listen, National Film Board of Canada, 2009.sbyandiji. “short alarm bell in school hall”, Freesound, 2014.Spliffy. “Hallway of University in silence”, Freesound, 2015.“Svengali Mesmerizes Trilby.” Herbert Beerbohm Tree, performer. Gramophone Concert Record, 10” Black Label Disc, GC 1313, 1906.“The Transformation Scene From Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.” Len Spencer, performer. Columbia matrix, [1904] 1908.Udall, Lyn. “Just One Girl.” Popular Songs of Other Days, 2012/1898.Westerkamp, Hildegard. “Kits Beach Soundwalk.” Transformations, Empreintes DIGITALes, IMED 1031, Enregistrements i Média (SOPROQ), 1989/2010. https://electrocd.com/en/piste/imed_1031-1.3.

Women Who Sport
STACEY COPELAND / UNLOCKED SERIES Ep.2

Women Who Sport

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2020 73:40


This week on the pod we are joined by the phenomenal Stacey Copeland! England football star turned champion boxer, Stacey tells us of her journey into boxing and the huge gender stereotypes she has battled along the way and how that has moulded her into the activist she has become. To create change you have to Pave The Way for others, which formed the foundations of Stacey's charity off the back of the injustices she experienced as an athlete. She is funny, passionate, inspiring and teaches us all that we need to question what we accept and smash through the barriers for those to follow in our footsteps. We are incredible lucky to have two amazing partners for this series on the podcast - Locker Stash Rugby and Boob Armour. Lockerstash sell pre-loved kit from their website and in non-covid times even host 'stash nights' at your local club. Check them out and get your hands on some absolute gems! https://lockerstashrugby.co.uk/ Boob Armour are an Aussie company (who ship worldwide!) and create protective breast inserts that slip inside any sports bra and shield against damage in high impact sport. They also reduce breast movement while running and are made in 6 different sizes. Order online at https://www.boobarmour.com.au/ Thank you for listening! Get in touch at info@womenwhosport.com or find us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter by searching "Women Who Sport".

Rise to the Challenge Podcast
Stacey Copeland talks: Professional Boxing, Public Image of Women's Sports, Pave the Way, and more

Rise to the Challenge Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2020 46:36


Stacey Copeland joins Alex Burket to talk about her Rise to the Challenge. She talks about her professional boxing career and how it all started. She talks about playing soccer and why did she want to make the change to a different sport. Stacy talks about who has influenced her career and what her greatest accomplishment in her boxing career. We talk about how the public image in support of women's support has changed into a positive direction and how so many people are capitalizing on it. She talks about her organization Pave the Way. Stacey talks about so much more on the Rise to the Challenge Podcast.Make sure to check out more about Stacey Copeland through the link:https://www.stacey-copeland.co.uk/  

The SpokenWeb Podcast
Lesbian Liberation Across Media: A Sonic Screening

The SpokenWeb Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2020 58:12


This episode of The SpokenWeb Podcast is a little different than episodes you've heard from us before. It is a kind of “feminist memory-work” - An audio collage, a method, an approach to community building which aims to honor lesbian-feminist collective histories and renewed public attention to lesbian feminist culture.Episode producers – Felicity Tayler, Mathieu Aubin and Scott Girouard - cordially invite you into their feminist sonic memory world: A three-part audio collage of “Lesbian Liberation Across Media”. A virtual film screening and discussion held Summer 2020 in partnership with SpokenWeb, and featuring three iconic lesbian feminist films: “A Working Women's Collective” (1974), “Labyris Rising” (1980), and “Proud Lives: Christine Bearchell”(2007). Through a weaving together of the voices of over 60 participants in attendance, along with original music scores, archival clips and more - we ask, how do we listen to Canadian lesbian liberation movements across media? Whether it's a feature length film or a spirited virtual chat session, this audio collage episode invites you to experience a citational politics that makes audible the intergenerational relationships, conflicting concerns, nostalgic reveries, and a sense of togetherness while apart in the pandemic-related time of crisis.Episode Producers: Felicity Tayler is the E-Research Librarian at University of Ottawa with a portfolio in Research Data Management and currently the PhD Interim Head, Research Services Arts & Special Collections uOttawa. She is an occasional visual artist and curator, and has published scholarly writing related to literary archives in anthologies, in Journal of Canadian Art History,Canadian Literature, and Mémoires du livre / Studies in Book Culture.Mathieu Aubin is a scholar on print and performance cultures in Canada. He completed his PhD at UBC and is now an Horizon Postdoctoral Fellow at Concordia University where he holds a leadership position within the “Oral Literary History” research component of the SpokenWeb project. As part of this project, he is working towards recuperating queer people's contributions to Canadian literary culture. His work on queerness, literary communities, and Vancouver has been published in the journal Canadian Literature.Scott Girouard is a Front-End Developer based in Toronto, Canada with a lifelong background in music and creative practice. Acknowledgements:Additional Voiceover by Emma MiddletonMusic by Scott Girouard and Mathieu AubinThanks to Stacey Copeland, Hannah McGreggor, Jason Camlot, Katherine McLeod, Constance Crompton, Michelle Schwartz, Rachel E Beattie, Raegan Swanson, May Ning, Jake Moore, Becki Ross, Amy Gotlieb, Rachel Epstein, Maureen FitzGerald, Marusya Bociurkiw, Baylee Woodley, Elspeth Brown, Stark (pseudonym) .Humanities Data Lab at U Ottawa, SpokenWeb, Lesbian and Gay Liberation in Canada Project, University of Toronto Media Commons Archives, ArQuives  , VTape, VIVO Archives References:Anger, Kenneth, director. Scorpio Rising. Ruban VHS, 1964.Butler, Judith. Bodies that Matter: On the Discursive Limits of ‘Sex'. Routledge, 1993.Godard, Baraba. Gynocritics: Feminist Approaches to Canadian and Quebec Women's Writing.ECW P, 1987.Media Mothers, directors. A Working Women's Collective. 1974.Moores, Margaret, director. Labyris Rising. V Tape, 1980.Navas, Eduardo. Remix Theory: The Aesthetics of Sampling. Ambra Verlag, 2014.Nicol, Nancy, director. Proud Lives: Chris Bearchell. V Tape, 2007.Ross, Becki. The House that Jill Built. U of Toronto P, 1995.

Who's Larry?
11: In The Ring With Stacey Copeland

Who's Larry?

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2020 33:07


Commonwealth super-welterweight champion Stacey Copeland joins us this week to give an insight into the highs and lows of being a professional boxer, and where she finds happiness in her life. After all, they do say the original Larry was a boxer! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Any Given Runway
180. Stacey Copeland - British Professional Boxer & Activist

Any Given Runway

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2020 29:56


Stacey Copeland is a professional boxer & activist from England. On today's episode Stacey chats about switching from a promising football career to boxing, how she fought back from injuries and why her Pave The Way foundation is important to her life. www.stacey-copeland.co.uk, www.anygivenrunway.com

Sparta Chicks Radio: Mindset | Confidence | Sport | Women
[VAULT] Stacey Copeland on the Power of Role Models, Language and Women’s Boxing

Sparta Chicks Radio: Mindset | Confidence | Sport | Women

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2020 68:09


Stacey Copeland began training in the boxing gym run by her Granddad when she was 6 or 7. But she was too young to realise that, at the time, boxing was banned as a sport for women. So when the boys in her training squad turned 11 and were allowed to compete, Stacey was left on the sidelines outside the ring, watching. An incredible football career followed. And by the time Stacey retired from football, the ban on women’s boxing had been lifted so she returned to the sport she loved. In this episode, we don’t discuss boxing so much as Stacey’s experience of being a girl and woman involved in two sports that are traditionally seen as “male sports”. Stacey talks openly about how she’s struggled with the perceptions and labels given to her by others who think that boxing isn’t suitable for women and how that lack of recognition fed a longstanding struggle with the Imposter Complex. We also talk about: - what it was like growing up in a boxing gym, - the impact that having no female role models in her sport had on her, - why role models are so critical, - the power of language and - why it’s so important to be aware of the words we use and the labels we give others. Get the full show notes for the episode here. — Visit the Sparta Chicks Radio website here  Follow Sparta Chicks Radio on Facebook: facebook.com/SpartaChicks  Follow Stacey on Instagram: @staceycopelandboxer

Together We've Got This
Professional boxer and England Footballer Stacey Copeland talk to Louise and Annie about her love of sport and her passion for gender equality for all

Together We've Got This

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2020 63:00


In this twentieth episode of the season of the Her Spirit podcast BBC Breakfast presenter Louise Minchin and BBC Triathlon presenter Annie Emmerson talk to professional boxer and England footballer Stacey Copeland.Stacey is deeply passionate about making a difference to others and uses her love of sport to have a positive impact wherever she can. Her community and charity work, activism around progress for women in sport and gender equality and involvement in encouraging sport for all has led to much recognition both within and beyond sport.Boxing plays a big role in Stacey’s family, her dad was a professional boxer and her granddad has run the family gym for over 40 years. From a young age she learnt the basics in the gym, attended boxing shows, and grew to love the atmosphere and everything about the sport. She always wanted to be a part of it, however at that time, there were no opportunities within boxing for females. As a youngster, Stacey also loved football and after joining a local team her sports career truly took off. She played for Doncaster Belles in the Premier League, England U18s, and eventually went on a football scholarship to America graduating with a degree in Sociology. After graduation Stacey played in the women’s semi-pro league in Dallas, and finished her football career in Stockholm, Sweden for Vasalunds FC. Returning home from Sweden, injuries meant Stacey could no longer play football at elite level but she was not ready to give up competitive sport. Having always boxed for fitness, and having a real passion for the sport Stacey decided aged 29 to finally pursue her first sporting dreams of becoming a competitive boxer. Stacey was very much aware that this was ‘old’ to be taking up a new sport, especially such a tough and male dominated sport, but she was determined to give it everything. She began training, lost 5kg for her first fight, and won; the nerves before that first fight were like nothing Stacey had ever experienced before! The feeling when her hand was raised at the end was the best feeling ever, and that was it, Stacey was hooked! She reached the ABA national final in her first year but had to pull out due to illness, however she recovered and went onto win two ABA national titles, as well as four Boxcup tournaments in Europe. In 2013 Stacey attended an emerging talent camp at GB boxing, and the experience made her want to take boxing to the next level. The following year she competed in her first international contest winning a tough contest against a New Zealand opponent and following this, Stacey was selected to represent England at the European Boxing Championships. To box in the welterweight category she had to drop a further 6kg, so began a strict diet and training programme. Stacey arrived at the European Championships with less than 20 bouts experience and was in awe of the whole experience; however, trusting her coaches and team mates advice she gave her all in each fight. She reached the final beating the Italian champion, the Russian number one seed, and the Irish national champion along the way and although she did not win the final, Stacey was delighted to come away from her first major competition with a silver medal. It just shows that no matter what obstacles are in your way, whether it be age, injuries, or anything else, if you work really hard and give everything then you can achieve amazing things! We love her Brene Brown quote "We can choose courage or we can choose comfort, but we can't have both. Not at the same time.” and that we are all in the same storm but not the same boat.These podcasts have been made possible through the support of Medichecks www.medichecks.com and Sport England www.sportengland.org. For more information on Her Spirit

The Game Changers
Stacey Copeland: How boxing challenges society's view of femininity

The Game Changers

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2020 61:48


My guest this week is Stacey Copeland. Stacey has represented her country at an international level in two sports –  football and boxing. Following a successful football career, where she represented England, played in the FA cup final, and played overseas for six years in the US and Sweden; Stacey then went on to pursue her dreams of a career in boxing. During her six-year amateur boxing career, Stacey became European silver medallist and three-time national champion. She then turned professional and 2018 became the first British woman to win the Commonwealth title. I'm incredibly grateful to Barclays for supporting this series of The Game Changers which will focus on fearless women in football, reinforcing Barclay's huge commitment to the beautiful game.   The Game Changers: Fearless Women in Sport

The SpokenWeb Podcast
Audio of The Month - As Though Her Voice is Dancing

The SpokenWeb Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2020 5:46


Each month on alternate fortnights (that's every second week following the monthly spokenweb podcast episode) - join Hannah McGregor, and minisode host and curator Katherine McLeod for SpokenWeb's Audio of Month mini series.An extension of Katherine's audio-of-the-week series at spokenweb.ca, Katherine brings her favorite audio each month to the spokenweb podcast - so if you love what you hear, make sure to head over to spokenweb.ca for more.https://spokenweb.ca/gwendolyn-macewen-reading-i-should-have-predicted/Produced by: Katherine McLeod, Hannah McGregor, Stacey Copeland.

Northern Power Women Podcast
What (working) women want.

Northern Power Women Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2020 23:05


What (working) women want. This week, Simone discusses what it’s been like to head back to the office for the first time in four months, spoiler: liberating! Sam discusses what life is like in Arizona, currently the number one corona hotspot in the WORLD and reveals some interesting research concerning the virus and newly opened restaurants. The pair then break down some of the key responses to the question ‘What do you, as working women want, from the Chancellor’ in a week that Rishi Sunak announced new economic measures. Life Lessons come from the unstoppable Stacey Copeland. Tell us your stories of work and life or share your life lessons! podcast@northernpowerwomen.com Presented by Simone Roche and Sam Walker

261 Fearless's Podcast
Closing the equality gap: 261 Empowerment Talk with Stacey Copeland

261 Fearless's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2020 55:13


In our 261 Empowerment Talk Series Stacey Copeland shares her experiences and her ideas who closing the equality gap in sports with us. She is a professional boxer and the current Commonwealth Champion, she became the first British woman ever to win the title when she fought in Zimbabwe in 2018. A former England footballer, Stacey also played in Sweden and completed an athletic scholarship in America. Stacey gives motivational talks for schools and businesses and has talked in European Parliament, the United Nations & at TEDx Manchester 2020 about equality in sport. In 2017, Stacey set up the 'Pave the Way' project. 'Pave The Way' aims to create a world where gender is never a barrier to human potential. Challenging gender stereotypes for boys, girls, men and women and working to spark a social change in attitudes so that everyone can be free to pursue their passions regardless of gender. It became an official charity in March 2020. She is also ambassador for the 2020 Women In Sport ‘Unlocked’ project and presents a weekly show on BBC Radio Manchester.

The SpokenWeb Podcast
Audio of The Month - From Poetic Surveillance to an Avant-Garde Dinner Fit for a Queen

The SpokenWeb Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2020 11:07


Each month on alternate fortnights (that's every second week following the monthly spokenweb podcast episode) - join Hannah McGregor, and minisode host and curator Katherine McLeod for SpokenWeb's Audio of Month mini series.An extension of Katherine's audio-of-the-week series at spokenweb.ca, Katherine brings her favorite audio each month to the spokenweb podcast - so if you love what you hear, make sure to head over to spokenweb.ca for more.Listen to Mathieu Aubin's Audio of the Week featuring an audio clip of bill bissett on CKVU-TV September 1978 here along with links to recordings and works mentioned in this minisode: https://spokenweb.ca/bill-bissett-on-ckvu-tv-september-1978/Produced by: Katherine McLeod, Mathieu Aubin, Hannah McGregor, Stacey Copeland.

We Built This City
Manc 14: Stacey Copeland - The Commonwealth Champion Paving The Way

We Built This City

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2020 55:18


“If you’re going to inspire people, you have to step up.” Hear how Stacey Copeland has been breaking down barriers in the world of sport for years as an FA Cup finalist and Commonwealth boxing champion - her work is only just getting started. A master of football and boxing, Stacey has since set her sights on a new mission – to challenge gender stereotyping and create a world where gender is never a barrier to human potential.  Now that’s purpose.  We Built This City is a series of conversations with some of the amazing Mancunians - born, bred or adopted – who put the heart into modern Manchester. A celebration of the human grit, determination and love found throughout the city, these episodes will lift you up, make you laugh and inspire you to leave our city in a better place. _ _ _ _ _     When Stacey first wanted to become a boxer, it was illegal, and when she tried to play football she was told she wasn’t allowed to play with the boys. As a girl, she couldn’t fight in her grandad’s gym, or have a kickabout with the lads at school.    Thankfully, Stacey’s not one to let adversity stop her.   She is now a celebrated athlete in the UK, having represented her country in both football and boxing, and in 2018 became the first ever British woman to win a boxing Commonwealth title.       _ _ _ _ _   Your host, Lisa Morton, started PR company Roland Dransfield in 1996, one month after the fateful IRA bomb that tore apart the city centre. From that point, the business, and its team members, have been involved in helping to support the creation of Modern Manchester – across regeneration, business, charity, leisure and hospitality, sport and culture.    To celebrate the 24 years that Roland Dransfield has spent creating these bonds, Lisa is gathering together some of her Mancunian ‘family’ and will be exploring how they have created their own purposeful relationships with the best city in the world.       Connect with Lisa and Roland Dransfield: Via Phone: 01612361122 Via their website (http://www.rdpr.co.uk/) On Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/roland_dransfield/) On Twitter (https://twitter.com/RDPRtweets)   On Spotify (https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0YW3lVDOWrE0QZlV6XjEtF?si=nEuISHWcRfCF8l3kHKRNSw)     Connect with Stacey: Via her website (https://www.stacey-copeland.co.uk/) On Twitter (https://twitter.com/scopelandboxer)

The SpokenWeb Podcast
Audio of the Month - Then and Now

The SpokenWeb Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2020 7:39


Marlatt tells the audience that she will explain the local references as she goes along, starting with the first poem that refers to Lost Lagoon in Vancouver's Stanley Park. What she could not have anticipated is that the poems would become pathways to revisit the city when republishing many of them years later in Liquidities: Vancouver Poems Then and Now (2013).Listen to the full recording of Daphne Marlatt's 1970 reading at SGWU here: https://montreal.spokenweb.ca/sgw-poetry-readings/daphne-marlatt-at-sgwu-1970/--Each month on alternate fortnights (that's every second week following the monthly spokenweb podcast episode) - join Hannah McGregor, and minisode host and curator Katherine McLeod for SpokenWeb's Audio of Month mini series.An extension of Katherine's audio-of-the-week series at spokenweb.ca, Katherine brings her favorite audio each month to the spokenweb podcast - so if you love what you hear, make sure to head over to spokenweb.ca for more.https://spokenweb.ca/news/daphne-marlatt-reading-lagoon/Produced by: Katherine McLeod, Hannah McGregor, Stacey Copeland.

Secret Feminist Agenda
Episode 4.20 Producing Queer Media with Stacey Copeland

Secret Feminist Agenda

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2020 44:02


In this very special cross-over episode, I’m talking to Stacey Copeland, audio producer extraordinaire and the project manager of the SpokenWeb Podcast, which I also host! We talk about our feminist scholarly awakenings, the gendered policing of women’s voices, what queer media sounds like, and why we should be listening to archival audio more. Here … Continue reading Episode 4.20 Producing Queer Media with Stacey Copeland

Endswell Boxing Podcast
Getting Back on The Bike - Stacey Copeland

Endswell Boxing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2020 80:18


Isolation is affecting all of us in different ways at different times so if you want a little inspiration, or a lot of motivation or simply an example of a fantastic human being who refuses POINT BLANK to quit whenthe going gets tough. Then this is the episode for you! Not only has Stacey Copeland played professional football, not only has she represented England women. She also wonmultiple multi nation events boxing for Team GB, turned pro and won the Commonwealth title ASWELL as battled back froma series of injuries - one of which would have been enough to finish most.Stacey also setup her own foundation Pave The Way and its a real pleaure to have her join this episode and tell us her story.There's some ideas and recomendations for watching and listening and a brief round up of whatever relevant boxing news can be gathered. Al gibes a special birthday shout out to his best mate - despite him not joining for an isolated birthday drink.If you would like to get in touch with Stacey for advice, help or to wish her well as she continues on her journey or indeed in relation to Pave The Way Her contact details are as follows:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stacey.copeland.9Twitter:@scopelandboxerInstagram:Website: https://stacey-copeland.co.uk And here's the link for her talk at @TEDxManchester in Feb: https://youtu.be/5LkF_eth5-Q Some good listening for this week: Boxing Bants featuring Performance Nutritionist Tony O'Neill: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pHd_VxKVelEBoxing Life Stories featuring Andy Lee: https://podcasts.apple.com/ie/podcast/boxing-life-stories/id1436759230?i=1000473043018

The SpokenWeb Podcast
Audio of the Month - Dorothy Livesay listening to the radio

The SpokenWeb Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2020 7:29


Each month on alternate fortnights (that's every second week following the monthly spokenweb podcast episode) - join Hannah McGregor, and minisode host and curator Katherine McLeod for SpokenWeb's Audio of Month mini series.An extension of Katherine's audio-of-the-week series at spokenweb.ca, Katherine brings her favorite audio each month to the spokenweb podcast - so if you love what you hear, make sure to head over to spokenweb.ca for more.https://spokenweb.ca/news/dorothy-livesay-introducing-and-reading-bartok-and-the-geranium/Produced by: Katherine McLeod, Hannah McGregor, Stacey Copeland.

Diverse & Inclusive Leaders
“The approach I take is; question it, challenge it, change it”: Stacey Copeland - Professional speaker, athlete and Founder of Pave the Way

Diverse & Inclusive Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2020 45:31


Stacey CopelandLeila is joined by Stacey Copeland - Professional speaker, athlete and Founder of Pave the Way. IN THIS EPISODE YOU WILL LEARN ABOUT· The barriers that Stacey has had to overcome to practice her sports as a female in a male-dominated environment· The legal struggle to make boxing legal for females (after it had been legal for males to practice for many decades)· What Stacey believes still needs to be done in order to keep progressing and “moving the dial” for female sport· The details of Stacey’s exciting Pave the Way project· “Feeling excluded is a human experience, and everyone has felt it”: the negative impact of exclusionRESOURCES & INFORMATION MENTIONEDwww.stacey-copeland.co.ukhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/stacey-copeland-431649162/

The SpokenWeb Podcast
Audio of The Month - Where does the reading begin?

The SpokenWeb Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2020 4:47


Each month on alternate fortnights (that's every second week following the monthly spokenweb podcast episode) - join Hannah McGregor, and minisode host and curator Katherine McLeod for SpokenWeb's Audio of Month mini series.An extension of Katherine's audio-of-the-week series at spokenweb.ca, Katherine brings her favorite audio each month to the spokenweb podcast - so if you love what you hear, make sure to head over to spokenweb.ca for more.https://spokenweb.ca/news/kaie-kellough-the-words-music-show/Produced by: Katherine McLeod, Hannah McGregor, Stacey Copeland. 

The SpokenWeb Podcast
Audio of The Month - Improvising at a Poetry Reading

The SpokenWeb Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 17, 2020 6:16


Each month on alternate fortnights (that's every second week following the monthly spokenweb podcast episode) - join Hannah McGregor, and minisode host and curator Katherine McLeod for SpokenWeb's Audio of Month mini series.An extension of Katherine's audio-of-the-week series at spokenweb.ca, Katherine brings her favorite audio each month to the spokenweb podcast - so if you love what you hear, make sure to head over to spokenweb.ca for more.https://spokenweb.ca/news/maxine-gadd-reading-shore-animals-with-improvised-flute-by-richard-sommer/Produced by: Katherine McLeod, Hannah McGregor, Stacey Copeland.

The SpokenWeb Podcast
Audio of The Month - Daryl Hine's Point Grey

The SpokenWeb Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2020 6:35


SpokenWeb's Audio of The Month: ‘mini' stories about how literature sounds.An extension of Katherine's audio-of-the-week series at spokenweb.ca, Katherine brings her favorite audio each month to the spokenweb podcast - so if you love what you hear, make sure to head over to spokenweb.ca for more.https://spokenweb.ca/category/audio-of-the-week/Produced by: Katherine McLeod, Hannah McGregor, Stacey Copeland.

All Things Sport
Episode 21: Paving the way with professional boxer and trailblazer Stacey Copeland

All Things Sport

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2019 97:03


Fighting for her right, to pave the way for others. This week we are joined by pro boxer and true game changer Stacey Copeland. A truly inspiring interview. Listen to how Stacey fought her way through the prejudices to become the Commonwealth boxing champion. Follow All Things Sport on Instagram for loads of additional content, and don’t forget to give Stacey a follow on Instagram and Twitter to follow her journey.

Strong Manchester Women
11: Stacey Copeland

Strong Manchester Women

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2019 45:18


This Strong Manchester Woman has played football for England and is a championship boxer. For one person to achieve both of these in their life time is huge.  But because of gender, she’s received knock backs at every impressive milestone. It’s these experiences that have spurred this Strong Manchester Woman, to make the patriarchal world of sport more equal for the next generation of sports women who come after her.  In this episode, your host Vic Elizabeth Turnbull speaks to Stacey Copeland a professional boxer and the first British female boxer to win the Commonwealth title. As a passionate advocate for women and girls in Greater Manchester, she presents a weekly show on BBC Radio Manchester and has spoken in the European Parliament and at the United Nations as well as delivering more than 100 talks to schools and businesses. She is also involved in a number of charity and community initiatives, including as founder of Pave The Way, a foundation to  challenge gender stereotypes and pave the way for girls and women in sport.  In this episode Stacey talks about,  Becoming a spokesperson for women in sport Not being able to compete in major sporting events like the Olympics  Nailing your why  Not dwelling on negativity and turning into an impactful, positive How a one-off project turned into a charity Fighting sexism to become the first British female boxer to win the Commonwealth title Why playing football for England started off on a sour note What it’s like to navigate a male dominated and designed sporting world. Links and information Follow Stacey’s boxing journey and what’s happening with Pave The Way on twitter (https://twitter.com/scopelandboxer)   Listen to (https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p06lnntx) Stacey’s weekly show on BBC Radio Manchester  Find out more about Caroline Criado Perez’s book ‘Invisible Women’ here (https://www.carolinecriadoperez.com/books) Listen to other Strong Manchester Manchester Women podcast episodes visit, www.MICmedia.co.uk/StrongManchesterWomenPodcast (http://www.micmedia.co.uk/StrongManchesterWomenPodcast) Strong Manchester Women  The podcast is inspired by the annual Strong Women campaign. The 14 women profiled in this podcast were selected for the 2019 campaign. For more information about the women visit The Pankhurst Trust’s website (https://www.pankhursttrust.org/get-involved/events/strong-manchester-women-display) .  Credits  Produced, edited and artwork by MIC Media www.MICmedia.co.uk (http://www.micmedia.co.uk) @MICmediauk (http://www.twitter.com/micmediauk) Next Episode Released 9th October

New Aural Cultures Podcast
Voices, confessions and performances.

New Aural Cultures Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2019 69:46


In this our 4th episode of New Aural Cultures, Richard Berry has been talking to 3 more authors about their work. Whilst each of authors arrives at podcasting from different routes there are themes that cut across each of their interviews that are central to some of the debates in podcast studies. In this episode Stacey Copeland talks about her work in feminist media and radio studies, and in particular the work of podcaster Kaitlin Prest in The Heart (if you haven’t already binged through The Heart we suggest that you add it to your list). Stacey is a media producer and Ph.D. student at Simon Fraser University’s School of Communication in Vancouver, Canada. She received her Master of Arts from the Ryerson York joint Communication and Culture graduate program where she studied with a focus on radio production, sound studies, media culture and gender studies. It was during her Master’s work that Copeland co-founded FemRadio, a Toronto, Canada based feminist community radio collective. Some areas of scholarly interest include feminist media, oral/aural histories, sound archives, media history, phenomenology of voice, sensory ethnography, and cultural heritage. Our second interview is the artist Robbie Wilson, who merged podcasting with art practice in his work called Wandercast. As piece of work this podcast provides an alternative application for the podcast form. Robbie is a creative practitioner, artistic researcher, and published author. His practice-as-research PhD was awarded in November 2018 – the project developed and examined playful, participatory strategies for finding novel ways of perceiving and interacting with people, places, things, and ideas. In this way, Robbie’s practice facilitates creative learning: it creates the conditions for creativity to be learned. In our third interview Kathleen Collins talks about her love for podcasts as a listener led to this investigation into comedian hosted podcasts and their link to conversations around mental health. Kathleen is a librarian and professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. since 2007. Previously, she was in the journalism field for a decade, working as an editorial researcher. She has written about television, media history and popular culture in both scholarly and popular publications. Some of the podcasts recommend here are: 20,000hertz - https://www.20k.org/ The Shadows - https://www.cbc.ca/radio/podcasts/the-shadows/ The Kitchen Sisters - http://www.kitchensisters.org/ And while London Burns - https://platformlondon.org/p-multimedia/and-while-london-burns/ Adrift with Geoff Lloyd - https://play.acast.com/s/adrift WTF with Marc Maron - http://www.wtfpod.com/ Subscribe on iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/new-aural-cultures-podcast/id1456960578 Follow us on Twitter @NewAural --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/newauralcultures/message

Tough Girl Podcast
Sacha Dench - ‘The Human Swan’ travelling 7,000 km from Arctic Russia to the UK on a paramotor!

Tough Girl Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2018 66:03


Sacha is an Australian-born conservationist, adventurer and motivational speaker. She works for the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust (WWT) in the UK. Over the past 20 years, Berwick swan numbers have nearly halved with just 20,000 remaining in the wild but experts are unsure what is causing the population crash. Sacha had an idea to investigate the problem, which she though was crazy at first. However, after 18 months of planning in the winter of 2016, Sacha decided to followed their entire 7,000 km migration route from Arctic Russia to the UK. She did this by flying with the birds on a paramotor. Essentially hanging from a paraglider with a propellor on her back!  During this podcast, we learn more about her early life, growing up in Australia, before moving over to the UK. Sacha also shares more about her life as a champion free-diver! She provides advices and top tips that you’ll be able to apply to your next challenge or adventure!  Show notes Who is Sacha Dench? Growing upon Sydney and spending a lot of time outdoors Moving to the bush with her mum, having a very basic upbringing  Getting comfortable being out in remote places How she got to school! Moving to the UK Never really being into sports Working out that she was very good at holding her breath! Free diving and how it came about.. Free diving in the UK?  Understanding more about Free Diving - what it is and what it’s like being under the water Learning to understand how your body behaves while doing ‘breath holds’ Learning how to stay calm and to keep adrenaline under control The transferable skills of free diving - such as mind control and keeping calm The Flight of the Swans...  The reason - Declining swan numbers making the migration from arctic Russia to northern Europe. From 29,000 in 1995 to just 18,000 in 2010. How the idea started to form….and why she sat of the idea for a couple of months. Having 18 months to plan and prepare and why she really needed another year to plan and prepare The challenges she had to face and overcome Dealing with the negativity and criticism for her idea The power of connections and why one person can make a difference Doing her research in Russia and developing local partners! The start, heading up to the Arctic! The call of the swans and being accepted as a lead bird What is it like flying in a Paramotor?  What was learned about the decline of the swans and the exciting discoveries made along the way The kindness of strangers and the impact Sacha was having by meeting individuals on the journey Being the first women to fly over the English Channel! The next challenge (Spring 2019)- planning to fly around the UK and maybe Ireland! A book and film is on the way!   Social Media Website - http://www.sachadench.com  Instagram - @sacha_dench  Twitter - @sachadench    *************************************************** The Tough Girl Podcast has also been nominated for the Women’s Sport Trust #BeAGameChanger Award - which is fantastic news and really shows what an impact the podcast is having. However, I’m up against some massive organisations - Manchester City, Channel 4 and Sky Sports!!! I would be very grateful if you could take a moment, to vote (every vote really does make a difference!) http://www.womenssporttrust.com/bagc2018/ *** Stacey Copeland is also up for individual role model of the year.*** Voting ends on the 13th May and the awards night is the 24th May. **************************************************  

FemRadio
IWD 2018 & A Feminist History of Corsets

FemRadio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2018 61:24


On this episode of FemRadio, we recap International Women's Day 2018 (spoiler, we're not really here for it). And our west-coast correspondent Stacey re-joins us in the studio after many months! We have a rebroadcast of Stacey's interview with historian Alanna McKnight about the Canadian feminist history of corsets. Emily, Stacey, Robyn, and Becca have your Canadian feminist news headlines, Toronto femme-friendly events, and stuff we're digging this week. Produced by Emily Joveski, Stacey Copeland, Becca Ray, Robyn Simon.

BTR Boxing Podcast
Episode Eleven - Stacey Copeland

BTR Boxing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2017 77:06


This week we speak to a truly inspirational lady who is certainly paving the way for young females across the North West. Stacey talks about her childhood growing up around the sport, her football career and what her ambitions are as a professional fighter. If you enjoy the episode please leave us a comment and review. If you have any questions please tweet us @btrboxingpod or email beyondtheropesboxingpodcast@gmail.com

SportSpiel
SportSpiel Episode 15: Stacey Copeland

SportSpiel

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2017 57:41


Alasdair Hooper and Will Moulton bring you episode 15 of SportSpiel, a podcast full of sporting discussion and feature interviews. In our first segment we discuss: - The awkward - and blatant - sexism on show at the ATP Next Gen Finals launch event (2:56) - The incredible recovery of cyclist Vicky Barnes after a shocking crash left her with severe, paralysis-threatening injuries (8:01) - If Patrice Evra's ill-advised kung-fu kick at a fan spells the end of his footballing career (12:12) Our feature interview segment in this episode is with British boxer Stacey Copeland (17:24). One week on from her third fight since turning professional, the Mancunian remains undefeated and is paving the way at the forefront of women's sport. In a wide-ranging interview she tells us how a terrible botched knee operation led to her decision to become a professional fighter, why she has youngsters at her fights instead of the customary ring girls as well as her time spent in France helping child refugees. Follow sportspielpod on social media or email us feedback at sportspielpod@gmail.com Visit our website at: sportspielonline.com

Sparta Chicks Radio: Mindset | Confidence | Sport | Women
#037: Stacey Copeland on the Power of Role Models, Language and Women’s Boxing

Sparta Chicks Radio: Mindset | Confidence | Sport | Women

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2017 68:00


#037: Stacey Copeland on the Power of Role Models, Language and Women’s BoxingStacey Copeland has represented England at the highest levels in both football and boxing. These day, Stacey is a professional boxer, having gained her professional licence earlier this year. Stacey began training in the boxing gym run by her Granddad when she was 6 or 7. But she was too young to realise that, at the time, boxing was banned as a sport for women. So when the boys in her training squad turned 11 and were allowed to compete, Stacey was left on the sidelines outside the ring, watching. An incredible football career followed. And by the time Stacey retired from football, the ban on women’s boxing had been lifted so she returned to the sport she loved. In this episode, we don’t discuss boxing so much as Stacey’s experience of being a girl and woman involved in two sports that are traditionally seen as “male sports”. Stacey talks openly about how she’s struggled with the perceptions and labels given to her by others who think that boxing isn’t suitable for women and how that lack of recognition fed a longstanding struggle with the Imposter Complex. We also talk about what it was like growing up in a boxing gym, the impact that having no female role models in her sport had on her, why role models are so critical, the power of language and why it’s so important to be aware of the words we use and the labels we give others. Get the full show notes for the episode here. — Visit the Sparta Chicks Radio website here Follow Sparta Chicks Radio on Facebook: facebook.com/SpartaChicks Follow Stacey on Instagram: instagram.com/staceycopelandboxer/ Follow Stacey on Twitter: twitter.com/scopelandboxer

FemRadio
TIFF / Drunk Feminist Films

FemRadio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2017 45:55


This week on FemRadio, we're bringing you an oldie-but-a-goodie. As we're smack in the middle of TIFF this week, I thought it would be a good time to revisit our interview with some of the funny AF folks behind Drunk Feminist Films - the popular Toronto film series featuring feminist commentary from a series of hilarious local comedians. Stacey chats with -- and -- about the power of feminist laughter, representation in film, and much more!We'll also have some things we're digging this week, and some local Toronto events that we think you should be checking out. But first, we’ve got some Canadian Feminist News Headlines!Special thanks to Alexx Bryant for editing this week's show. Aired September 11, 2017. Produced by: Emily Joveski, Smantha Lapierre, Alexx Bryant, Stacey Copeland.

Tough Girl - Daily Podcast - SEASON 2
27th May - #PaveTheWay #7Women7Challenges

Tough Girl - Daily Podcast - SEASON 2

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2017 12:05


Tough Girl Daily - 27th May - #PaveTheWay #7Women7Challenges  Day 147!! Only 1 more episodes of the Daily Podcast to go! - Make sure you subscribe to the YouTube Channel to follow my Appalachian Trail Journey!   Final 2 days before I stop the daily podcast Then 2 days of prep and then heading over to America Final jobs Part 4 - 7 Women - 7 Challenges  - coming out tomorrow 28th May Not being able to see the progress that is being made Things take time and why it’s about your daily habits Meeting up with Stacey Copeland  #PaveTheWay Heading down to the beach for the photos You can listen to Stacey on the Tough Girl Podcast Editing 7 women - 7 challenges How real it’s getting for the women involved in the challenge Pottering day on Sunday Compression gear? Trying to avoid weight creep! Feeling calm…. real or fake? Ready to step away I hope I can do it Not wanting to let people down I have to finish  THANK YOU!!! Check out www.toughgirlchallenges.com  1 more daily podcasts to go!! Part 4 - 7 women 7 challenges coming out this Sunday the 28th May!     

Tough Girl - Daily Podcast - SEASON 2
6th May #SuperSaturday #ToughGirl #Friends

Tough Girl - Daily Podcast - SEASON 2

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2017 15:26


Gym session - new training program (which will be on the blog soon!!!) The power of podcasting Catching up with Stacey Copeland, & her mum! Losing site of Shore - amazing new documentary One Punch - new documentary  Ellen from Rando Girls & Gemma Smith (From 7 women - 7 challenges) TENT!!! Is sorted!!! Thank you Ellen!!! Gear time!! Terra Nova - 2 man tent…. so light!! Amazing team of women helping to support me! Pre loading all of the photos onto the home page Promoting the podcast onto Linkedin Pre-loading all of my podcast episodes!! Focus on the blog! Putting on weight… Infused water…. new obsession!!! How did I meet Ellen?! Not being sociable Friends who I’ve met via social media! Plans for Sunday  Fun announcements coming out for the Tribe!

Tough Girl - Daily Podcast - SEASON 2
11th April - Special Guest Stacey Copeland!!

Tough Girl - Daily Podcast - SEASON 2

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2017 21:04


Tough Girl Daily - 11th April - Special Guest Stacey Copeland!!   Catching up with Stacey Deciding to turn professional Not being motivated by money Dealing with injury Putting on weight and being out of shape Having her spirit crushed and needing a big goal to motivate her Her reasons of why she wanted to turn pro Getting a 2nd degree chemical burn and not being helped Dealing with the pain Having her dreams crushed Having pictures taken to help her remember what she was feeling Flying the flag for girls in her sport Coming from a boxing family Getting her fire back for boxing Training with her coach Blaine Her first fight.. coming up on May 27th Dealing wit Trolls on Twitter Messages of support and why it’s making a difference Dealign with Piers Morgan on twitter Empowering each other New trailer about her Fathers life Championing other women

Tough Girl - Daily Podcast - SEASON 2
10th April - New Week #MondayMotivation

Tough Girl - Daily Podcast - SEASON 2

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2017 12:08


  Tough Girl Daily - 10th April - New Week #MondayMotivation    Being excited for Monday Stop putting off those time consuming jobs Not thinking about it and just doing it - editing the podcast PT session with Chris Thomas Progress in my strength and conditioning  It all happened in week 7 Editing another podcast Making a mistake on an interview Average Ironman time… 8hrs….?! Future interview with Jasmijn Muller Losing 3 patrons - taking my balance down to $380 Wanting to get to 100 patrons and $450 by the end of April $500 by the end of May.. Being relaxed about Patreon - and just focusing on what I can do  Enjoying the 15 mins interviews with Adelaide, my sister Caroline & Claire Kelly Special guest episodes getting 100’s of downloads Future Daily Guests- Emma Timmis, Stacey Copeland, Stephanie Langridge My plan for the next few weeks… editing!  The Grind Putting in the work Why I want to put out the best quality content I can Bored of me?! Check out new episode with Paula Reid - on the Tough Girl Podcast  Write down your goals, put them where you can see them and take action! xx

Football Spotlight
Women's Soccer Zone - Episode 22

Football Spotlight

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2016 80:50


The first episode of 2016 sees Kieran and JJ discuss a number of topics including the retirement of Homare Sawa, the deals taking place in the #FAWSL, the #WLeage and the #NWSLDraft. There are also interviews with the returning Everton Ladies boss Andy Spence, and footballer turned British boxer, Stacey Copeland.

Tough Girl Podcast
Tough Girl - Stacey Copeland - British Boxer 2015 Nations Cup Gold Medallist

Tough Girl Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2015 50:41


Boxing has always been a part of the Copeland Family. Stacey’s father was a professional boxer and her granddad has been involved in the family gym, which has been teaching boxing for over 40 years.  Stacey was brought up at gym and spend many happy hours down there from a young age learning how to box, and she would happily spar with the boys not knowing any different. It was only as she got older, she was made aware how unusual her passion for boxing was. She’d wanted to take boxing to the next level, but because boxing was illegal for women, she had to put her dream on hold and instead decided to follow her other passion, football, and after playing for her country at under eighteen, she then became a professional and headed off to play football for clubs around the world.  After twelve broken bones, it was time for Stacey to retire from football and at 29 she decided she was going to follow her dreams and see if she could make it at boxing!  Although many people said at 29 Stacey was too old to take up a new sport - especially boxing. Stacey knew, she would not be stopped, she was going to at least try. During this podcast, Stacey shares with us the hardships and challenges she faced and how she persevered and was able to prove all her doubters wrong and went on to win two ABA national titles, as well as four Boxcup tournaments in Europe.  I loved recorded this episode, there are so many learning points, and for me, it really does show no matter what happens, its never to late to go after your dreams and with hard work, commitment and focus you can make it happen and you can achieve amazing things. You just need to go for it. If you’ve enjoyed this episode send Stacey a tweet she’s @Staceyspongebob I’m also on twitter @_TOUGH_GIRL as always it would be great to hear from you.  Don’t forget to subscribe and to tell your friends about the Tough Girl Podcast. New Episodes every Tuesday morning at 7 am! See you next Tuesday for another awesome episode when we speak with Ali Young a “non runner”, who’s just completed a 24 hr endurance race!