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Computer gaming and the art of narrative

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For our third seminar of Lent Term, we welcome Dr Astrid Ensslin of Bangor University for a talk on computer gaming and the art of narrative.

Dr. Ensslin’s main research interests are in the field of Digital Humanities, in particular digital discourse, semiotics, narrative and communication. Most of her current research revolves around digital fiction, videogames and virtual worlds, language ideologies in the (new) media and specialized language corpora.

The session starts at 5 for 5.15 and will be followed by a Q&A.

All welcome, no registration required.

This talk is organised by the Cambridge Screen Media Group at CRASSH .

This talk is part of the Cambridge Screen Media Group series.

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