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299 - Canadian Game Studies Association (CGSA)

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The Canadian Game Studies Association (CGSA/ACÉJ) is an organization dedicated to the interdisciplinary study of digital games. Its primary goal is to support the work of Canadian researchers, graduate students, artists, game designers, programmers, theorists, and others working in this field. CGSA will also attempt to provide opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration and cross-disciplinary support for its members, in part, through Loading: A Journal of the Canadian Game Studies Association and our annual conference. The 2024 CGSA/ACÉJ annual conference will be a hybrid event held June 15-18 at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec in conjunction with the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences. This year’s Congress theme is “Sustaining Shared Futures.”

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Program Chair(s)
Alison Harvey, Glendon College, York University
Andrea Braithwaite, Ontario Tech University
Local Arrangement Coordinator(s)
Dany Guay-Bélanger, Université de Montréal
Stephanie Fisher, University of Toronto
For more information, contact the association directly. Please note that conference registration fees are separate from the association’s membership fees.

Presenting the following open events

Date & time Event Hosted by Series or theme
- Playing Speculative Cat's Cradle: Exploring Feminist Collaboration, Solidarities, and Sustenance Through Non-Linear Storytelling 299 - Canadian Game Studies Association (CGSA) Association events, Sustaining shared futures
- The Limits of Alliance: Rethinking Games, Inclusivity, and Consumer Capitalism 299 - Canadian Game Studies Association (CGSA) Association events, Black and racialized programming, (...)