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Jay Hamilton. “ - June 06, 2016

Because “mainstream” and “alternative” journalism are treated too often in discussions of digital journalism as separate spheres, comparatively less has been written about the insufficiency of positing separate spheres, despite the theoretical and empirical necessity of… Continue reading »


Chess, Shira. - May 26, 2016

The scary stories we tell have meaning. The things that go bump in the night, the things we are terrified by, the monsters that creep under our beds and lurk outside our windows – those… Continue reading »


Enrique Uribe-Jongbloed, Hernán David Espinosa-Medina, and James Biddle. - May 09, 2016

In their chapter, the authors look at the ways in which three different videogames create a link to former products, be they television, film or music. This intertextuality, as the process is known, tries to… Continue reading »


Chess, S. - April 19, 2016

In recent years, scholars have theorized about the narrative potential of video games. These conversations have helped to situate a complex new medium into the parameters of older forms of storytelling. This paper argues that these… Continue reading »


Jay Hamilton. - April 14, 2016

Despite its seeming stability and obviousness, the term "media" deserves critical scrutiny. To critique "media," this paper historicizes the use of "media" by focusing on the case of alternative/activist media, which presents the dilemmas of… Continue reading »


Chess, Shira. & Shaw. A. - April 12, 2016

Following DiGRA 2014, our Fishbowl was used by some members of the GamerGate movement as proof of the “nefarious” dealings within our academic community. Some have asked the question of whether our Fishbowl “The Playful… Continue reading »


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