Edmond Chang

Edmond Chang
Edmond Y. Chang is a newly arrived Assistant Professor of English at Drew University. His areas of interest include technoculture, gender and sexuality, cultural studies, video games, popular culture, and contemporary American literature. He earned his Ph.D. from University of Washington and his dissertation is entitled “Technoqueer: Re/con/figuring Posthuman Narratives.” He has extensive teaching experience at the university level and won the K. Patricia Cross Future Leaders Award in 2011 and the UW Excellence in Teaching Award in 2009. He has taught classes on re-reading high school novels, science fiction, Harry Potter, technology and identity, even live-action role-playing games. He has published an article “Gaming as Writing, Or, World of Warcraft as World of Wordcraft” in the Fall 2008 Computers & Composition Online Special Issue on “Reading Games” and an article on queering cyberpunk and an article on Alan Turing are in progress. He has a cat named Groosalugg.
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A few of the Keywords for Video Game Studies working group will be part of a roundtable on video game scholarship, pedagogy,...
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by Theresa Horstman and Edmond Chang Thanks to those who joined us for our most recent Gaming Keywords session, CLOSE/DISTANT on April 4, 2013.  The...
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The Keywords for Video Game Studies working group, in collaboration with the Critical Gaming Project at the University of Washington, is supported...
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by Edmond Chang, Merritt Kopas, and Jennifer  LeMesurier Many thanks to everyone that attended and contributed to the second Keywords session of Winter Quarter on...
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The Keywords for Video Game Studies graduate interest group’s (GIG) second event of the Winter Quarter is on Thursday, February 21, 1:30-3:30 PM, in...
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by Edmond Y. Chang and Sarah Kate Moore Many thanks to everyone that attended last week’s Keywords session on “fantasy” and games.  Special thanks to...
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THATCamp Epic Play is an unconference and year-end colloquium hosted by the Keywords for Video Game Studies graduate interest group.  THATCamp...
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The Keywords for Video Game Studies graduate interest group’s (GIG) first event of the Autumn Quarter is on Thursday, October 11, 1:30-3:30 PM, in...
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Keywords for Video Game Studies Colloquium Saturday, May 19, 2012 8 AM to 4 PM Communication 202 University of Washington, Seattle The Keywords for Video Game Studies colloquium invites...
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The Keywords for Video Game Studies graduate interest group’s (GIG) first session of the Spring Quarter is on Thursday, April 12, 3:30-5:30 PM, in...
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