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DiGRA Distinguished Scholar

I am proud to be among the the inaugural group of DiGRA Distinguished Scholars, as recently  appointed by the DiGRA executive board: Ian Bogost Mia Consalvo Suzanne DeCastell Jussi Holopainen Jesper Juul Aphra Kerr Tanya Krzywinska Jonas Linderoth Esther MacCallum-Stewart Frans Mäyrä Annika Waern Jose Zagal There are similar recognitions that established scholarly associations award in their fields, … Continue reading ”DiGRA Distinguished Scholar”

DiGRA 2016: joint DiGRA/FDG conference

This actually makes great sense: “For the first time, the Digital Games Research Association (DiGRA) and the Foundation of Digital Games (FDG) will partner in an unprecedented gathering of games researchers. We invite researchers and educators within game research, broadly … Continue reading

Verkkolähetys: Professoriliiton seminaari

Tänään Kansallismuseon auditoriossa on klo 13 alkaen Professoriliiton syysseminaari “Tutkimusta kaikkien hyödyksi”. Itse puhun siitä miten perustutkimus kohtaa innovaatiot pelitutkimuksessa. Seminaaria voi seurata ilmaiseksi verkkolähetyksenä osoitteesta: http://video.helsinki.fi/Arkisto/flash.php?id=20485. Seminaarin kutsu ja ohjelma ovat täällä: http://www.professoriliitto.fi/@Bin/412110/Professoriliitto_Syysseminaari_webversion.pdf.

UTAgamelab has new website!

The website of University of Tampere Game Research Lab has been redesigned, with updated information about our research projects, research staff, the university degree education we provide, plus with information about seminars, conferences, public talks and other activities that we … Continue reading

Panel: From Game Studies to Studies of Play in Society

https://twitter.com/hatii_matt/status/598821606471954433 The first day of DiGRA 2015 conference featured panel titled “From Game Studies to Studies of Play in Society”, which included Sebastian Deterding, Mia Consalvo, Joost Raessens, Seth Giddings, Torill Elvira Mortensen, Kristine Jørgensen and myself as speakers (Sybille … Continue reading