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Breaking Boundaries with Video Games

Breaking Boundaries with Video Games In-Person

Breaking Boundaries with Video Games is an annual showcase of undergraduate research, writing, design, and multimodal scholarship involving video games at the University of Rochester. Meet the growing community of game designers and scholars at the UR as they discuss their work. Arcade, demos, and conversation from 12-4pm. Pizza and snacks. Sponsored by the Digital Media Studies Program, hosted by River Campus Libraries. All are welcome.
 

BBVG Multimodal Works Professor Kristana Textor

  • Annika Deans: Video Games in Education
  • Simon Gu: Empathy in the Digital Age
  • Andrew Hale: Tapestry
  • Wenjun Hou: Games & Learning Infographic
  • Kendal Jordan: Unveiling the Pixels: A Critical Analysis of Black Representation in Action Video Games
  • Luna Lu: Empathy & Video Games
  • Josh Stead-Dorval: The Door On the Left: Meta-Narrative Storytelling in The Stanley Parable
  • Josh Stead-Dorval: Building Empathy Through Interactive Fiction
  • Wenxi Zhu: Interactive Storytelling in the Digital Age

 

Contact Kristana Textor and Joseph Loporcaro for more information.

Date:
Friday, April 26, 2024
Time:
12:00pm - 4:00pm
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
Location:
Lam Square Pop Up (Map ), Treasure Room, Lam Square
Library:
Rush Rhees
Audience:
  General Public  
Categories:
  Pop Up  

Event Organizer

Arjay Romanowski