Tag Archives: EAA

A Week of Interactive Pasts! (recap)

The beginning of September was a week full of archaeology and video games, and oh my, what an amazing week it was! Here, Ymir recaps all the events that took place and tries to not be too extremely excited for … Continue reading

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VALUE Field Reports #28: War, What Is It Good For?

Video games, apparently. War is good for a loooooooooooooot of video games. For proof, just look at this Field Report! A lot of these games involving war and/or fighting, but who’s to say who the good or the bad side … Continue reading

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VALUE Field Reports #14: Things that go bump in the (digital) night.

We’ve got a lot of scary and frightening stories for you this time, so grab your nearest teddy bear, turn on all the lights and hide behind the couch when you’re reading these articles! Assassins stalk a mongrel city, the … Continue reading

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EAA 2017 Maastricht – Call for Papers

Together with the amazing L. Meghan Dennis (University of York) and Lennart Linde (Goethe University Frankfurt), VALUE is co-organising two sessions on archaeology and video games at the European Association of Archaeologists conference. Held in Maastricht this year, the conference runs from … Continue reading

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