The multidisciplinary journal “CROSSROADS” (“ПЕРЕКРЁСТКИ” ) published by the European Humanities University announces the call for papers for the special issue on Game Studies. More specifically, the issue will be dedicated to social and cultural effects of control (or lack thereof) and violence in games.
Sunday, April 14
- Language of the day: Russian
- Time: 12:00 — 18:00
- Location: Media Center of European Humanities University (located in the building of Lithuanian National Radio and Television), S. Konarskio street. 49
- Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/WvsCoxdQf2J2
12:00 — 12:15 Introduction
Section 1. Deconstructing Game Cultures
12:15 —13:00 Keynote: Konstantin Ocheretyany. Why Should We Love Games Which Hate Us?
13:00 — 13:30 Vladimir Ilin. Instability of Systems as a Determining Factor in Relationships between Players and Developers
13:30 — 14:00 Denis Artamonov & Soﬁa Tikhonova. Indie Games about Medieval Ages: Aesthetics of Historyhacking
14:30 —15:00 Coﬀee Break
It is our pleasure to invite you to our third international event on game studies in Lithuania — the Games against Players conference.
The conference is a 2 day event aimed at students and young scholars of media studies, cultural studies and other areas of humanities and social sciences. It will take place on April 14-15, 2019, at European Humanities University (Vilnius, Lithuania).
Mind the covfefe break!
Please find below our program for April 16. We switch to Russian after lunch.
Laboratory for Studies of Visual Culture and Contemporary Art at European Humanities University (EHU) and the research community Games & Scholars announces the second interdisciplinary workshop on game studies “Games & Violence”.
Laboratory for Studies of Visual Culture and Contemporary Art at European Humanities University (EHU) and the research community Games & Scholars announces the second interdisciplinary workshop on game studies “Games & Violence”. The main aim is to productively apply critical thinking and academic knowledge to one of the recent concerns of the videogame industry.
Information on logistics around Vilnius for guests of our workshops.
Our workshop will take place in the building at Valakupių Street, 5 (Valakupių gatvė 5). The university building is located in the quiet park at the edge of the city in the Antakalnis district.
The building is shared between EHU and Mykolas Romeris University, so don’t be confused. Here’s how to get there. Читать «Information for Guests of our Workshops» далее
November 3, Friday
Part I: “Representation of Gender in Video
Games: Depicting Norms in Virtual Environments”
10:00 Welcome speech by professor Almira Ousmanova and project
supervisor Viktoriya Kanstantsiuk
10:30 Mikhail Fiadotau “From Dys4Ia to Hatoful Boyfriend:
Representations of Gender in Indie and Dojin Games”
11:00 Innocentiy Martynow “(Un)Queering the Species: Sexuality Beyond
Human in Single-Player RPGs”
11:30 Stanislav Zveryanov and Arseniy Filtsev “Sexual Violence in
12:00 Coffee break