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Game Studies and the Philosophy of Games

Game Studies and the Philosophy of Games

Game Studies and the Philosophy of Games

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 Game Studies and the Philosophy of Games
Game Studies and the Philosophy of Games

Open seminar, Bergen, 25. November 10.00 – 17.00 Department of Information Science and Media Studies, University of Bergen

10:00     Rune Klevjer                              Introduction

10:15     Espen Aarseth: The Game Studies Diaspora: how to study games in 2020.
            
              Andreas Lindegaard Gregersen: Social, social everywhere: Is autonomous game studies possible and/or desirable?
        
11:45     Pål Antonsen: Self-location and interactive fictions
            
               John Richard Sageng: Conceptual Analysis and the Study of Games
       
LUNCH BREAK

14:00     Siw Othilie Haugen: Phenomenology and Computer Games
            
              Sebastian Möring: Playing is Caring – On existential structures of computer games
        
15:30     Anita Leirfall: On Our Cognition of Real and Virtual Reality (Space)
    
              Johnny Hartz Søraker: Meaningfulness With(in) Games. On Finding Purpose With(out) Temporality, Efficacy and Life Story.

 
The seminar will be held at the Studentsenteret building, seminar room A.

Please contact Rune Klevjer at uib for inquiries.