University of Regina
Stacey Bliss, PhD (Education: Language, Culture and Teaching, York University, Canada) is an imaginative (auto)ethnographer, sound collaborator, and Gong teacher/student/performer. As a SSHRC postdoctoral fellow in the Faculty of Media, Art, and Performance at the University of Regina, 2019-2021, she is creating a sonic ethnography with Gong master-teachers and exploring possibilities of what she calls resonant literacy. In her work, she also queries social and ethical implications of contemplative and improvisational practices with Gong sound. Her interests also include, sound studies in education, curriculum studies, multiliteracies, and contemporary forms of ethnography, including performative autoethnography, as well as community-based and arts-based research.