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A Q&A with Professor Abbie E. Goldberg

Join Clark’s LGBTQ+ Alumni Association for a special virtual Q&A event celebrating the publication of Psychology Professor Abbie Goldberg’s important upcoming book, “LGBTQ Family Building: A Guide for Prospective Parents.”

On Trans Game History: Networked Games, Glitches, Trans Studies, and the Digital

Clark University, Higgins Lounge, Dana Commons - 2nd Floor 36 Maywood Street, Worcester, MA, United States

This talk by Whitney (Whit) Pow (they/them) of New York University situates today’s queer and trans games movement within the histories, contributions, and politics of queer and trans people and […]

Game Design for the End of the World

Screenshot of "Cloud Theory," a game (in development) by Colleen Macklin   Climate change, pandemics, political polarization, systemic racism, and capitalism run amok! If there’s anything that marks the 2020s, […]

Augmented Abilities in the Virtual World

Clark University, Higgins Lounge, Dana Commons - 2nd Floor 36 Maywood Street, Worcester, MA, United States

Technology can give you superpowers. Where literature and film often transport you into the imagination and world-building of a pre-defined plot, there exist spaces where you are in control of […]

Gaming the Humanities, and Humanizing Games

Ashlyn Sparrow   Games are the largest cultural and entertainment forms of our time. Pre-Covid, thousands of players would gather in parks to play Pokemon Go or in large stadiums […]