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Posts Tagged ‘theatre

Shakespeare’s Ghost and the Supposed Universality of Theatre

September 21, 2012

Only a few years ago, in what felt like another life, I studied theatre. Being mostly interested in storytelling and its operation, I mostly studied dramatic literature. In the course of my bachelor’s degree, I took something on the order of seven courses on Shakespeare, and read one Molière play. Sure, there was more than […]

Meaningful Play 2008, the beginning

October 11, 2008

I am attending and presenting at the International Academic Conference on Meaningful Play 2008, in East Lansing, Michigan. This has inspired me to set up a web presence for my academic work. This blog will soon contain further writing on games, performance, ethics and media art. In the meantime, my paper being presented at this […]