Visiting Assistant Professor
Communication, Culture, and Technology (CCT)
311 Car Barn
My recent work revolves around the intersection of technology and play, with a particular focus on video games and synthetic worlds. I am especially interested in the ways that games and simulations make political arguments, and in the ways that new technologies are challenging the long-standing place of games in Western culture.
- D.Phil. (2010) Europäische Universität f. Interdisziplinäre Stud., Philosophy of Technology
- M.A. (1997) The Catholic University of America, Comparative Literature