At the Generation Analog 2022 (July 27-28), Jan Švelch presented a paper about Critical Role, Twitch, and platformization.
At the 2022 DiGRA conference, which took place in Krakow between July 7 and July 11, our researchers Tereza Fousek Krobová and Jaroslav Švelch presented three papers.
The journal Convergence has just published the article Mediatization of Tabletop Role-Playing: The Intertwined Cases of Critical Role and D&D Beyond written by Jan Švelch.
The journal Studies in Eastern European Cinema has recently published the article Adapting Contested National History for Global Audiences in Attentat 1942 and Svoboda 1945: Liberation written by Vít Šisler, Jan Švelch, Shawn Clybor, and Ondřej Trhoň.
The Journal of Gaming & Virtual Worlds has just published the article The Moral Economy of User-Created Content in the Digital Game Industry written by Daniel Nielsen and Alessandro Nanì.
The journal New Media & Society has just published the article Normalizing Player Surveillance through Video Game Infographics written by Jan Švelch.
The journal Studies in Eastern European Cinema has recently published the article Summoning Ghosts of Post-Soviet Spaces: A Comparative Study of the Horror Games Someday You’ll Return and The Medium written by Tereza Fousek Krobová, Justyna Janik, and Jaroslav Švelch.
At the Global Perspectives on Platforms and Cultural Production conference (June 1-2, 2022), Daniel Nielsen and Jan Švelch presented their papers on volutneer moderation on gaming subreddits and Critical Role’s unique position on Twitch, respectively.
On April 6-8th 2022, Jan Houška and Daniel Nielsen, PhD Students from the Prague Game Production Studies, attended the Eludamos Symposium Doctoral Consortium: The Future of Games and Game Studies hosted by IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
The journal Baltic Screen Media Review has just published the article Participatory Cultures of Digital Games: The Double-Edged Sword of Being a Reddit Community Moderator written by Daniel Nielsen.