Tag: Game Studies

A Ludicrous Relationship? A Conversation between Anthropology and Game Studies

sruelos , July 17th, 2018

Editor’s Note: This is a co-authored piece written by Spencer Ruelos and Amanda Cullen, both PhD students in the Informatics department at UC Irvine. Introduction Most work at…


Notes From the Field: Dwelling in the Worlds that Carry Us

Nick Mizer , September 30th, 2016

After some field work in northern Canada, Marie-Pierre wrote two articles about how her field work experiences connected with imagined worlds. You should go read them, because they’re…

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Why I Love the Popular Culture Association

Nick Mizer , June 9th, 2015

When I first started my research on role-playing games about seven(!) years ago, it felt a bit lonely. My professors and colleagues were supportive but didn’t really know…

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