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Espen J. Aarseth

Principal Researcher In the Center for Computer Games Research

IT University

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Game Studies - Game Studies Editorial Board

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Espen Aarseth, Principal Researcher, Center for Computer Games Research, IT University of Copenhagen.


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Espen Aarseth
Espen Aarseth is an associate professor and head of the Center of Computer Games Research at the IT University of Copenhagen. He is the author of Cybertext: Perspectives on Ergodic Literature, the founder of the Digital Arts and Culture conference, and the founder of the journal Game Studies.


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Espen Aarseth, IT-University of Copenhagen, Denmark


Making Sense of Games

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Congratulations to Espen Aarseth, the Principal Researcher in the Center for Computer Games Research at the IT University of Copenhagen, on securing a significant grant from the European Research Council.
Making Sense of Games will begin in November 2016 and will create four PhD positions and four postdoc positions during the five-year project period. This will add to the already considerable expertise and research output produced by the Center, as well as giving more credibility to the academic cross-discipline study of games. The Center has been around for a while now (it's often a surprise to people, especially academics from other disciplines, to discover that this discipline has been an active field of research for decades, not years). The BBC published an article on it in 2004, and I did a short and enjoyable course there back in 2003 which was co-ordinated by Espen. It was pretty good, I picked up some ECTS's, and I'm still in touch with several of the others on that course. It had the added bonus of being in Copenhagen in December, and it's always great to visit a Scandinavian city in the run up to Christmas. Espen himself has been a stand-out person in the field for a long time, and is the Editor-in-Chief of Game Studies, an Open Access journal of high quality writing that's also been around a long while now. There's an interview with Espen in Motherboard, and Gamasutra have a piece too. Author JohnPosted on May 2, 2016 March 5, 2017 Categories AcademiaTags Copenhagen, Denmark, ERC, Espen Aarseth, European Research Council, funding, grant, IT University, phd, postdoc, research, university Leave a Reply Cancel reply


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Congratulations to Espen Aarseth, the Principal Researcher in the Center for Computer Games Research at the IT University of Copenhagen, on securing a significant grant from the European Research Council. Making Sense of Games will begin in November 2016 and will create four PhD positions and four postdoc positions during the five-year project period. This will add to the already considerable expertise and research output produced by the Center, as well as giving more credibility to the academic cross-discipline study of games. The Center has been around for a while now (it's often a surprise to people, especially academics from other disciplines, to discover that this discipline has been an active field of research for decades, not years). The BBC published an article on it in 2004, and I did a short and enjoyable course there back in 2003 which was co-ordinated by Espen. It was pretty good, I picked up some ECTS's, and I'm still in touch with several of the others on that course. It had the added bonus of being in Copenhagen in December, and it's always great to visit a Scandinavian city in the run up to Christmas. Espen himself has been a stand-out person in the field for a long time, and is the Editor-in-Chief of Game Studies, an Open Access journal of high quality writing that's also been around a long while now. There's an interview with Espen in Motherboard, and Gamasutra have a piece too. Author JohnPosted on May 2, 2016 March 5, 2017 Categories AcademiaTags Copenhagen, Denmark, ERC, Espen Aarseth, European Research Council, funding, grant, IT University, phd, postdoc, research, universityLeave a comment on Making Sense of Games Meta-Game Studies, the editorial by Espen Aarseth in volume 15 issue 1 of Game Studies, is an entertaining and interesting read on the issues of research and peer review in this field. Categories AcademiaTags academic, college, conference, editorial, Espen Aarseth, journal, peer review, practice, publishing, research, studies, university, webzineLeave a comment on Meta-Game Studies


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