We wrapped up winter quarter at GameCamp! with a ROM hacking workshop hosted by Patrick LeMieux, which instructed student in the basics of Nintendo cartridge anatomy, soldering, and viewing and… Read more GameCamp! ROM Hacking Recap →
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.
Just wanted to give a quick update about a project I have launched in conjunction with Josef Nguyen, Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of English at UC Davis. Last Thursday, we hosted the first of a series of workshops called GameCamp! by ModLab, a year-long game design camp for students, faculty, and staff at UC Davis. We’ve designed the workshops to accommodate those who have little to no programming experience, in the hopes that it will encourage people new to video games to try their hand. In May, we will… Read more GameCamp! by ModLab →
It has been too long since my last student game profile on Tethered, the cooperative maze game that explored issues of domestic abuse. Equality Street was a project that emerged… Read more Crossing Paths with Colorblindness: Equality Street →
This will be the first of the game profiles I’ll be writing over the next few weeks about the student projects completed in my Gaming the System class during Spring… Read more Exploring the Dynamics of Abuse with Tethered →
I’m breaking my summer blogging hiatus by reflecting on the class I taught during Spring quarter. It was mentally and emotionally overwhelming in a lot of ways and has taken… Read more Gaming the System: Things I Learned by Asking Lit Majors to Design Their Own Digital Games →
As the quarter is wrapping up, there are so many showcases and capstone events happening all over campus. I had the good fortune to attend the Arnhold Undergraduate Research Fellows… Read more Arnhold Undergraduate Research Fellows Showcase @UCSB English →
This quarter I’ve had the good fortune to teach an experimental class in UCSB’s Department of English. “Gaming the System” encourages students to design research-based digital games (or mods or… Read more Upcoming Showcase: Game Design for Social Justice →