Tag Archives: Timothy Welsh

CGP featured in The Daily, “The Poetics of Play”

A story about the CGP is featured in today’s UW The Daily student newspaper: “The Poetics of Play” By Sean Sullivan December 8, 2010 View this day’s paper in PDF Timothy Welsh felt like his research paper topic for his … Continue reading

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Pedagogy and Video Games, Notes from the Field

It seems that thinking about pedagogy and video games is in the air.  As video game studies grows in intellectual, cultural, and institutional demesnes and more and more teachers, students, and courses integrate gamic texts and theories, the questions about … Continue reading

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Upcoming Course: CHID 496 F: “Close Playing, or Bioshock as Practicum” (Winter 2011, Chang & Welsh)

CHID 496 F: Focus Group: “Close Playing, or Bioshock as Practicum” Timothy Welsh & Edmond Chang Thursdays, 1:30-3:20 PM Winter 2011 CONSTANCE STEINKUEHLER argues that video games, particularly online role-playing games, are “a constellation of literary practices.”  Our focus group … Continue reading

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CGP @ 2010 UW Teaching and Learning Symposium

Two CGP local celebrities will be schmoozing and talking about their kick-ass poster on “Teaching (With) Video Games” this coming Tuesday, April 20 at the annual UW Teaching and Learning Symposium.  Timothy Welsh and Edmond Chang will be available for … Continue reading

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Keywords for Video Games Study Roundtable @ CSA, UC Berkeley, March 19

“I have emphasized this process of the development of Keywords because it seems to me to indicate its dimension and purpose. It is not a dictionary or glossary of a particular academic subject. It is not a series of footnotes … Continue reading

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