Project outputs

Copies of these papers are available here.

As of April 2014, the project outputs are:

Carr, D (2014) Representations of Ability in Digital Games. Paper for the Critical Evaluation of Game Studies Seminar. 28-29 April 2014, University of Tampere, Finland.

Carr, D. (2013) Bodies, Augmentation and Disability in Dead Space and Deus Ex: Human Revolutions, for FROG Conference, Vienna September 27-28th. Proceedings of the 7th Vienna Games Conference, FROG 2013 Context Matters! Exploring and Reframing Games in Context, K. Mitgutsch, S. Huber, J.Wimmer, M. G. Wagner, H. Rosenstingl (Eds.) Vienna. New Academic Press Org. 2013, pp 31-41

Carr, D. (2013) Red Shirts and Black Holes, paper for Avoidance and/in the Academy. The International Conference on Disability, Culture and Education. Liverpool Hope University 11 – 12th September 2013

Carr, D. (2013) Representations of Ability and Disability in Dead Space and Deus Ex: Human Revolutions, for the ICA Pre-Conference on Digital Games, London, 17th June 2013

Carr, D (2013) Damage and Decorum in Dead Space, invited talk for Contemporary Fiction Research Seminar, 16th March 2013 (University of London IES seminar series)

Carr, D (forthcoming 2014) Weird Spheres, Bursting Bodies and Peculiar Tools: Disability, Masculinity and the Monstrous in the Dead Space Series, conference presentation, accepted for Diversity in Speculative Fiction – Loncon 3, 72nd World Science Fiction Convention. Thursday 14 to Monday 18 August 2014. London, UK.

Event: Bodies, Methods, Fields and Networks: Digital Games Research Event. IOE, University of London 27th February 2014

Event: Digital Games Research Seminar. IOE, University of London Monday 2nd December 2013

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