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#INeedDiverseGames: How the Queer Backlash to GamerGate Enables Nonbinary Coalition
GamerGate, the online hate campaign that violently threatened and harassed prominent feminists in gaming, claimed that feminists were destroying gaming culture through their alleged influence on gameExpand
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Disruption by Design: Feminist Interventions in Digital Game Production on a University Campus.
EVANS, SARAH BETH. Disruption by Design: Feminist Interventions in Digital Game Production on a University Campus (Under the direction of Dr. Nicholas Taylor). The purpose of this dissertation is toExpand
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Editorial: Body Movements
Today, the juxtaposition between physical bodies and the gameworld is ever more fluid. Virtual Reality headsets are available at game stores with more AAA games being created for the format. TheExpand
Press On and Press Start: Navigating Postgraduate Research in Game Studies
Much discussion has revolved around the interdisciplinary nature and institutional status of game scholarship, since the first international computer games conference in 2001, and indeed over theExpand
SEEING BEYOND PLAY: THE IMMERSIVE WITNESS IN VIDEO GAMES
Ian Bogost’s 2011 book How to Do Things with Video Games seeks to “reveal a small portion of the many uses of video games and how together they make the medium broader, richer, and more relevant (p.Expand
Editorial: Behind the Making
Few theses, proposals and books in game studies start without some statement of the importance of video games as a media format. However, despite this emphasis on the industry’s size and importance,Expand
Press Start and Press On - Navigating Postgraduate Research in Game Studies
Much discussion has revolved around the interdisciplinary nature and institutional status of game scholarship, since the first international computer games conference in 2001 (Aarseth 2001), andExpand
Editorial: Negotiating Gamer Identities
The term ‘gamer identity’ is hotly contested, and certainly not understood as a broadly accepted term. From the outdated stereotype of white, heterosexual, teenage boys playing Nintendo in theirExpand