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Month: April 2011

Brief Comments on PCA/ACA 2011

Just made it back from the mind-boggling and overwhelming National PCA/ACA 2011 conference in San Antonio, where I was privileged to present some continuations of the thoughts on Bayonetta that I began to develop here on the HASTAC Scholars blog as part of the “Re(de)fining Sexuality in Games” panel. My fellow panelists and I mostly took gaming culture to task for being strongholds of gender normativity and policing, although I admit that much of my frustration is still angled at game studies scholars themselves. One thing that really hobbled my… Read more Brief Comments on PCA/ACA 2011