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New Soundworks Editor

January 28, 2020

We are happy to welcome Jenni Schine to the BC Studies team as our new Soundworks Editor!

Jenni Schine is a sound artist, broadcaster, and community-engaged researcher. She is also the Pacific Programs community liaison at Tides Canada. Throughout her career, she has focused on community-led initiatives and interdisciplinary projects. She produces radio for CBC and is a member of The Kingcome Collective, a place-based arts initiative that creates art for both remote and urban communities, and for Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples. As a sound scholar and artist, Jenni teaches courses and workshops, including Acoustic Ethnography and Science Storytelling at the Bamfield Marine Science Centre and A Story from Hear: Place-based Podcasts at the Hollyhock Learning CentreJennifer serves as the Arts, Culture, and Ethnography Advisor for the Sfaira Foundation and was previously a Director of the Salmon Coast Field Station. She holds an MA in Communication from Simon Fraser University and a BA in Anthropology from the University of Victoria. Jenni is grateful to learn from the many knowledge holders in the traditional territories where she works and plays.

You can learn more about her on her website jennischine.com or Twitter account @JenniSchine.