Announcing the participants!

It is with great pleasure that we announce the list of selected authors and papers for the upcoming workshop ‘In the Game: ethnographic relationships, mediation and knowledge’, in Copenhagen!

Papers for this event will be pre-circulated (deadline 1 September). Don’t forget to reserve the evening for the workshop drinks and dinner!

John Banks (Queensland University of Technology), Consumer Co-Creation in Games Development: Ethnographic Research and Performing Social-Network Markets

Anne Beaulieu (Virtual Knowledge Studio, The Netherlands), Rethinking co-presences in terms of space, mediation and contiguity

Mark Chen, Ethical Tensions between the roles I Play

Marinka Copier (Utrecht University, The Netherlands), Pervasive Ethnography: This is not Research

Lilia Efimova (Telematica Institute, The Netherlands), Blending Blogging into an Academic Text

Adolfo Estalella (Open University of Catalonia), Blogging as Fieldwork

Sal Humphreys (Creative Industries Faculty, Queensland University of Technology), The Personal is political is professional

Casey O’Donnell (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, US), Ethnography of a Moving Target

Martijn Oosterbaan (University of Groningen, The Netherlands), In the City and on the Net

Jenny Sundén (Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden), Ethnographic Desire: on closeness, and methodological uncertainty

T.L. Taylor (IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark), Ethnography as Play

Mette Terp Hoybye (Institute of Cancer Epedimiology, Copenhagen, Denmark), Social Text and Social Texture: embodying practice in Internet groups

Loes Vollebroek, Invited as reporter

Hanna Wirman (University of West England), Invited as reporter


4 responses to “Announcing the participants!

  1. Sounds great! I’m from the University of Washington in Seattle, WA, btw. 🙂

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