Games & Culture Lecture Series

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Aimee Kwon, Shai Ginsburg

2019

Type: Lab

For a full listing of events with descriptions, visit the Games & Culture website.

Spring 2020

  • From Pixelated Pain to Player Connections: Empathetic Strategies From Two Japanese Videogames
    Ben Whaley (Assistant Professor of Japanese Studies, University of Calgary)
  • Serious Play: Assessing Student Learning with Games
    Tony Crider (Associate Professor of Physics, Elon University)

Fall 2019

  • Gamefulness: A Framework for Language Learning & Teaching with Jonathon Reinhardt
    Jonathon Reinhardt (Associate Professor of English, Applied Linguistics and Second Language Acquisition and Teaching, University of Arizona)

Spring 2019

  • Design + Code + Culture = Play “BONNE CHANCE”
    Cary Staples (Professor of Graphic Design, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville); Sebastien Dubreil (Teaching Professor of French and Francophone Studies, Second Language Acquisition and Technology-Enhanced Learning, Carnegie Mellon University); their students from the App.Farm
  • I Am Game: The Mechanics of Undesirability in the Video-game Papers, Please
    Haerin Shin (Assistant Professor of English, Vanderbilt University)
  • The Best and Worst Biology in Video Games (or at least the ones I’ve played)
    Eric Spana (Associate Professor of the Practice of Biology, Duke University)
  • What Remains of Edith Finch: An Exploration of Walking Simulators
    Jung Yeop Lee (Assistant Professor, Soonchunhyang University)
  • “Program and Control”? Netflix’s Bandersnatch and the Future of Choose Your Own Adventure
    Anastasia Salter (Professor of English, University of Central Florida)