Speaking for science: does it matter how and where?

“Cultural and historical geographers, among others, have paid increasing attention to where and how any kind of ‘live talk’ is delivered and heard. An undergirding argument is that speech performance of whatever kind is closely tied to the place in which it unfolds.”

— from Speaking for science: does it matter how and where?

[fascinating post on the physicality and geography of live communication from Diarmid Finnegan, Queen’s University Belfast]