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Sharing Fantasies: Keywords Follow-Up

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 the Medieval Studies Graduate Interest Group (MSGIG) for co-presenting and co-sponsoring! The afternoon’s discussion opened … Continue reading

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Making History, Keywords Style

A couple of photos from the last Keywords for Video Game Studies graduate interest group session:

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“HISTORY” | Keywords for Video Game Studies GIG Session, Nov. 8, 1:30 PM, CMU 202

The Keywords for Video Game Studies graduate interest group’s (GIG) second event of the Autumn Quarter is on Thursday, November 8, 1:30-3:30 PM, in Communication 202.  This is our second public reading group/workshop of the year and will focus on … Continue reading

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Dungeons & Desktops

Just a heads up to a recent title worth mentioning. Matt Barton has put together the first book-length treatment of the computer roleplaying game which takes a look at the historical development of the genre. << The image links to … Continue reading

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