In search of gaming scholars

I’m working on some preliminary research for an article I hope to publish on traditional/pen-and-paper RPGs and have realized that there’s not (as far as I can tell) a strong professional conversation space for those of us that study non-electronic games. Please comment here or contact me via email if you’d like to get connected to other gaming scholars.

3 thoughts on “In search of gaming scholars

  1. Back in 1994/5 I and Andrew Rilstone created and published a journal, Interactive Fantasy, that studied narrative in games with a particular emphasis on tabletop and role-playing games. I’ll shortly be re-releasing the issues we published as free-to-download PDFs. Not exactly a conversation space, but I hope it’ll be a useful addition to the resources for tabletop researchers.

  2. Hi,

    Would love to be connected!

    There’s a Kickstarter currently in the works for a Dungeons & Dragons documentary. I highly recommend it!

    My book about The Evolution of Fantasy Role-Playing Games:

    And please do consider joining The Committee for the Advancement of Role-Playing Games:!forum/car-pga


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