The “Feminists in Games” initiative seeks to create and support a more strongly networked community of scholars and practitioners to create bridges between the industry and academy, forging collaborations around the common goal of enacting and sustaining change in three areas:
methodologies (how research on gender and gameplay is conceptualized and carried out);
scholarship (working to support the educational development of and opportunities for new practitioners in the field); and
industry (feeding research back to industry partners, as well as supporting women working in or entering the games industry).
FIG 2013 Registration now Open!
The 2nd annual “Feminists in Games” workshop will be held in Vancouver, BC at The Centre for Digital Media from May 31 — June 2, 2013.
Photos from FIG 2012