If you are interested in studying games as cultural expression and find the mainstream accounts of the historical significance and evolution of videogames to be myopic or problematic, this is the project-centric is course for you.

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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