Issue 11.2 Encounters in the ‘Game-Over Era’ (SEP. 2018)

Vol. 11 No. 2 (Sep. 2018):

Encounters in the ‘Game-Over Era’: The Americas in/and Video Games

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Mahshid Mayar, Bielefeld University:
A game (simulation) is a game (interactive technology) is a game
(lifestyle) is a game (live archive): An Introduction
Daniel Giere, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich:
Let’s Play the Boston Tea Party – Exemplary Analysis of Historical
Events in Digital Games
Eugen Pfister, Hochschule der Künste Bern:
“In a world without gold, we might have been heroes!” Cultural
Imaginations of Piracy in Video Games
Stefan Schubert, Leipzig University:
Columbian Nightmare: Narrative, History, and Nationalism in
BioShock Infinite
Mahshid Mayar, Bielefeld University & Stephen Joyce ,Aarhus University:
The Post-Apocalyptic and the Ludic: An Interview with
Dr. Stephen Joyce
Naima Shaheen, Bielefeld University:
Book Review “Cultural Code: Video Games and Latin America”
Leonid Moyzhes, Russian State University for the Humanities:
Book Review “Digital Games as History”
Phillip Penix-Tadsen, University of Delaware:
Afterword: Regional Game Studies and Historical Representation”

Exploring the technical assistance activities of the International Labor Organization in the field of indigenous peoples: Development and Human Rights in the Andean Indian Program (1954-1968)

Martin Breuer,Bielefeld University:

Weiterlesen Exploring the technical assistance activities of the International Labor Organization in the field of indigenous peoples: Development and Human Rights in the Andean Indian Program (1954-1968)

El papel de la Comisión Interamericana de Derechos Humanos (CIDH) ante el encuentro histórico de los derechos humanos y el desarrollo: el enfoque basado en derechos humanos (EBDH)

Janeth Hernández Flores, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México:

Weiterlesen El papel de la Comisión Interamericana de Derechos Humanos (CIDH) ante el encuentro histórico de los derechos humanos y el desarrollo: el enfoque basado en derechos humanos (EBDH)

Clashing Views on Modernization and Socio-economic Rights: Mexican Reception of Frank Tannenbaum’s Mexico: The Struggle for Peace and Bread

Heather Dewey, Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne &
Richard Weiner, Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne:

Weiterlesen Clashing Views on Modernization and Socio-economic Rights: Mexican Reception of Frank Tannenbaum’s Mexico: The Struggle for Peace and Bread

Entrevistas con líderes indígenas: ¿Mecanismos participativos para lograr justicia ambiental y formas democráticas de la gobernanza de recursos naturales?

Guaraní Alfonzo Guzman, Asamblea del Pueblo Guaraní–APG, Charagua, Bolivia & Almut Schilling-Vacaflor, Universidad de Osnabrück, Alemania
Asháninka Ruth Buendía, Central Asháninka del Río Ene–CARE, Perú & Riccarda Flemmer, Instituto GIGA Hamburgo, Alemania:

Weiterlesen Entrevistas con líderes indígenas: ¿Mecanismos participativos para lograr justicia ambiental y formas democráticas de la gobernanza de recursos naturales?

Saving the planet with green capitalism? Or re-signifying our existence with Mother Earth? The Mapuche-Valdivian case against the wind farm Pililín in the South of Chile

Carolina Sánchez De Jaegher, University College Roosevelt, the Netherlands:

Weiterlesen Saving the planet with green capitalism? Or re-signifying our existence with Mother Earth? The Mapuche-Valdivian case against the wind farm Pililín in the South of Chile