Terry Schenold

Terry Schenold
Terry Schenold is a founding member of the Critical Gaming Project and a Ph.C. in English @ UW. His dissertation is tentatively titled "Reasoning and Reflection in the Novel and Game Media." He teaches courses on literature, philosophy, and game studies for the Comparative History of Ideas program.
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When: Thursday, June 12th @ 6:30pm Where: Allen Library, Research Commons The expansion of the videogame industry over the last thirty years documents a seemingly unquenchable...
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Course Description: This course explores the politics of historical and present conceptions of play and gameplay with a particular focus on understanding problems and potentials...
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One of the hobby-horses I've been riding since the beginning of the Critical Gaming Project in 2007 concerns the paucity of actual game criticism in...
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This is the pilot piece of our new featured article series, "Critical Exemplars." For the previous series, "Better Game Culture," click here. One of...
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Course description: The dazzling expansion and diversification of the videogame industry over the last thirty years documents a seemingly unquenchable cultural desire for game experiences,...
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With the announcement of Blizzard's plans to release another expansion to their signature MMO, World of Warcraft, it might be a nice time...
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The journal Game Studies has published volume 13, issue 1!  It's a pretty short issue with only 3 articles and 3 reviews, but...
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Corey Mead recently gave us a much needed book-length survey and reflection on games and the military: War Play: Video Games and the Future...
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An Inward Turn Five or six years ago many critical conversations about game culture were focused on the place of video games in...
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Welcome to the new website for CGP! The old blog system still exists here, but most of the material has been migrated here....
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