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Mapping on the Micro: Histories of Level Editors

This week I’m flying to Montreal to present a paper at the Game History Annual Symposium¬†titled, “Mapping on the Micro: an alternative history of level editors in 1980s Britain”. The paper has changed a bit from the original abstract I

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Mapping on the Micro: Histories of Level Editors

This week I’m flying to Montreal to present a paper at the Game History Annual Symposium¬†titled, “Mapping on the Micro: an alternative history of level editors in 1980s Britain”. The paper has changed a bit from the original abstract I

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Searching the Archives

A few things have come and gone throughout my life, but in terms of material objects there are a couple of things that have stayed (often because they were stored in my parents’ loft). These objects mainly revolve around particular

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Searching the Archives

A few things have come and gone throughout my life, but in terms of material objects there are a couple of things that have stayed (often because they were stored in my parents’ loft). These objects mainly revolve around particular

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Between Pixels and Play: the role of the photograph in videogame nostalgias

This weekend I’ll be heading down to Margate to the Nostalgias: Visual Longing conference (8th -10th November 2013), where I’ll be giving a paper about videogame arcades, nostalgia and the photographs I’ve found on Flickr capturing/documenting some of these spaces

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Between Pixels and Play: the role of the photograph in videogame nostalgias

This weekend I’ll be heading down to Margate to the Nostalgias: Visual Longing conference (8th -10th November 2013), where I’ll be giving a paper about videogame arcades, nostalgia and the photographs I’ve found on Flickr capturing/documenting some of these spaces

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