About Kristine Jørgensen

Professor in Media Studies at the Department of Information Science and Media Studies, University of Bergen. Project manager and principal investigator of the Games and Transgressive Aesthetics project.

Seeking Research Assistants (in Norwegian)

GTA leader professor Kristine Jørgensen is looking for research assistants in two projects; one associated with the Games and Transgressive Aesthetics project: Stillinger som vitenskapelig assistent (timebasis) Ønsker du en fleksibel studiejobb som kan kobles til ditt eget masterprosjektet? Er Continue reading Seeking Research Assistants (in Norwegian)

New GTA related project: Videogame player experiences of game culture as a political arena

Game culture is sometimes described as a contested space. As games have matured as a medium, more games are addressing political and value-oriented topics. As game culture become a more diverse space, discussions about whose what games are and who Continue reading New GTA related project: Videogame player experiences of game culture as a political arena

Call for Papers: Special issue on the Taboos of Game Studies in G|A|M|E

Call for Papers: The Taboos of Game Studies (extended abstract deadline Feb 24, 2020) Editors: Kristine Jørgensen (University of Bergen) and Riccardo Fassone (University of Torino) The next issue of the Italian journal of game studies G|A|M|E (http://gamejournal.it/) welcomes contributions Continue reading Call for Papers: Special issue on the Taboos of Game Studies in G|A|M|E

Program: Researching the Transgressive Aspects of Gaming and Play Seminar

Date: Monday, May 22, 2017 Location: University of Bologna, Dipartmenti Arti, room: Salone Marescotti (1st floor on the left). Via Barberia 4. Diverting from a focus on games and gaming, game studies currently pays growing attention to play, playfulness, and play Continue reading Program: Researching the Transgressive Aspects of Gaming and Play Seminar