The Northeast Popular/American Culture Association (NEPCA) is seeking paper proposals on the topic of Digital Media and Gaming Culture for its annual conference, occurring virtually on October 21-23.
NEPCA welcomes a wide variety of papers on the subjects of digital media and/or gaming, both fields loosely defined. Submissions should interrogate the role of the digital and/or gaming practices in our cultural identity in some way. This can be an exploration of video gaming and virtual reality platforms, but it is not limited to these forms. Papers might also consider, but are not limited to: social media; the internet; the digital and/or gamification in schools and/or museums; digital and virtual modes of performance; tabletop gaming; live action role playing; and the introduction or integration of gamification into a wide range of fields and industries.
The deadline for submission is August 1, 2021. Visit NEPCA for more information about the conference and to submit a proposal.
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