S(a)LSA: Atlanta, GA

I’m back to post about another incredible and fulfilling Society for Literature, Science and the Arts conference (SLSA), this time at the Westin Peachtree hotel in downtown Atlanta, GA! I attended this conference in early November, and it certainly lived up to the high expectations set at the last meeting in Houston, TX. This year…

Critical Media Lab Salon

Hello! I recently did a talk at the University of Waterloo’s Critical Media Lab, as part of the “CML Salon” research share series. This was my second time participating in one of these, as I love the opportunity to present work that, for graduate scholars, could benefit from some feedback outside of doctoral committees, or is still…

First Person Scholar

Short post today – I just wanted to announce that as of last month, I’ve officially become an editor at First Person Scholar, an online games studies periodical funded by the Games Institute, a part of the SSHRC IMMERSe grant awarded to the University of Waterloo. I’m really excited to be part of this amazing project run by…

(Im)Mobility: Transgression and Control

Last week, I attended the University of Waterloo’s SAGE Annual Colloquium, (Im)Mobility: Transgression and Control. It was a great conference filled with interesting talks that ranged from biopolitics, adaptation and authorship, mobile technologies, transmedia, surveillance, social media bots, and loads of other cool things. I presented a talk on mobile technologies as bodily extensions and looked at…