With Gamer Trouble headed into production this summer (!!), I’ve been working on some of the more fun stuff of game studies research: playing games, trying my hand at streaming,… Read more Podcasts and Streams and Games, oh my! →
After literally years of planning, writing, reading, editing, and collaborating, I am pleased to announce that the flagship journal Game Studies has published a special issue on Queerness and Video Games, which I coedited with Bonnie Ruberg.
I’m very excited and grateful to be traveling to Anchorage, Alaska this weekend for the 2018 Pacific Rim Conference held by the Department of English. I’ll be giving the Friday… Read more Keynote Presentation: Pacific Rim Conference, University of Alaska Anchorage →
I’m very excited to share my interview with Cathy Hannabach of Imagine Otherwise! We talked about how I got into game studies, being part of a vibrant #transformDH community, and… Read more Interview on Imagine Otherwise →
I participated in the “Eyes in the Skies” Symposium at UC Davis this week, which looked at drones from a variety of perspectives. I had the good fortune to provide… Read more Response to Joseph DeLappe’s Killbox →
I’m pleased to announce an upcoming panel at SCMS 2016 in Atlanta, Georgia. I organized this with Kim Bain (Princeton) and Alexandrina Agloro (Worcester Polytechnic), with Kishonna Gray (Eastern Kentucky)… Read more Gaming Race: Seeking Justice Beyond Representation →
I’m pleased to announce the full schedule for the Digital Premodern, coming up May 1-3 at UC Davis. Text schedule, with full panel information, follows the flyer image. Please feel… Read more Schedule: The Digital Premodern, featuring the IMMERSe Medievalism and Video Games Symposium →
This talk is associated with the “Numb3rs in Lett3rs & Fi1ms” undergraduate course taught by Professors Mark Kozek (Mathematics) and Rafael Chabrán (Spanish), and is open to the Whittier campus. I’ll be discussing how femininity warps the digitization of subjectivity because of the all the cultural baggage people bring when they invoke it.