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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Our own Mark Chen recently published his work on World of Warcraft : "Leet Noobs documents, for over 10 months, a group of players in...
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SAGE just published volume 8 issue 5 of Games and Culture. Check out the essays below:
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A new McFarland anthology on words that matter in game studies discourse: Terms of Play. From the publisher: "This edited collection of new essays...
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Continuum Press has published a nice anthology of essays on digital RPGs. Description from the press: "Dungeons, Dragons, and Digital Denizens is a collection of scholarly...
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Jesper Juul's new book is part of the new Playful Thinking series over at MIT Press. Here's his summary from the press site: "We may...
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Routledge recently published an anthology of essays on the industry. From the press site: "The Video Game Industry provides a platform for the research on the...
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In this focus group, we will examine how video games balance narrative, theme, and gameplay beginning with example indie games and game study research...
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This focus group will investigate the cultural impact of the tabletop roleplaying game Dungeons and Dragons in U.S. popular culture. We will also critically...
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Second run of my example-driven media poetics course on aesthetic reasoning is happening this Autumn!  Machines to Think With: Novel, Hypertext, Game still...
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Society for Cinema and Media Studies, Seattle, March 19-23, 2014 Casual games, indie games, art games, downloadable games, and mobile gaming platforms have transformed...
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