E3 occurred this week and new games, new installments to old franchises, and exciting news for archaeology in and of digital games. Exploring the new archaeogaming potential from the announcements and trailers for E3 entertainment expo.
Over the past few days (thanks to Peter Campbell) I have read about hyperobjects (Timothy Morton), manufactured/intentional landscapes (Edward Burtynsky), and archaeological drift (Þóra Pétursdóttir, Bjørnar Olsen), which have become […]
The 2017 European Association for Archaeologists was held in Maastricht, the Netherlands, and the final morning hosted a session (#275) of 15 papers on archaeogaming, organized by L. Meghan Dennis, […]
[NOTE: The following post parodies/parallels Tim Ingold’s famous 2007 essay “Materials against Materiality,” which you should probably read first prior to engaging with the material below. Although the tone is […]
This post was written by Jordan Oloman, a student of archaeology and history at Newcastle University, guitarist, coder, and journalist for the university’s award-winning The Courier newspaper. Recently I was […]