Research

Play Like A Pagan! Ritual as an Opening to Game Studies

I returned to college for the “Fall” earlier this summer month, and my time has been a little harried. For it being my senior year, I have yet to see my opportunity to do the slide. I’ve crammed 15 credits into this semester alone and decided to take up the minor “Game Studies!” And to top it off, the core class I’m taking for it this Fall is designated for learning how to write and program in the span of five months. Basically . . . I’M MAKING A VIDEO GAME! Part of that process also requires me to engage […]

Presenting “Technopaganisms + Videogames” at Metropolitan State University’s Student Research Conference

Today (or, Monday the 24th of April, 2017, as it will be known in the nearer future), I presented my poster all about Paganisms and video games to a room full of well-dressed folks at my university. I was awarded the Conference Organizers’ Award which included a lot of university swag including sunglasses, but I’m not sure why, maybe I ooze charm? Anyway, that 20-by-27 inch board of mine was absolutely littered with analysis and in-game footage (which I don’t know what to do with, posting it or not, so I’ll trust everyone’s imaginations for now regarding the pictures):   […]