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Gaetano Cozzi Essay Award Competition Announcement

As part of its long-standing support for research into games, festive events, sports and leisure activities in general up to the outbreak of World...   Read More

New book series: Ludic Cultures, 1100-1700

Series editors: Bret Rothstein, Indiana University (Chair) Alessandro Arcangeli, University of Verona Christina Normore, Northwestern University   Publisher: MIP University Press at Kalamazoo  ...   Read More

Kalamazoo 2017 CFP – Medieval Games and Pedagogy: A Roundtable

Games and gamification are buzzwords in education and pedagogy. In addition to popular curricular games such as Reacting to the Past, many teachers are...   Read More

Kalamazoo 2017 CFP – Medieval Games and Gender (Paper Session)

The playing of games extends beyond the temporal and spatial borders of the game space into aesthetic, ethical, cultural, and social functions. Many medieval...   Read More

GCS is now on Twitter

GCS is now on Twitter! Follow us at https://twitter.com/GameCulturesSoc

Applications for 2016-17 Eadington Fellowships in Gaming Research

The deadline (July 25) approaches for the 2016-17 Eadington Fellowships in Gaming Research. The Center for Gaming Research at the University of Nevada, Las...   Read More

Game Cultures Society Business Meeting, May 13, 2016

The Business Meeting of the Game Cultures Society (GCS) takes place at noon on Friday, May 13, at the Medieval Congress in Kalamazoo. Anyone interested...   Read More

Games in the Atlantic Area – 5th Symposium of History of Games in Portugal

Invitation: The Traditional Games Association of Guarda (AJTG) and Polytechnic Institute of Guarda (IPG), along with their partners would like to invite you to...   Read More

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