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Flyer: Spring 2022 Games Studies Courses. Located in Greenlaw 316: Greenlaw Gameroom. ENGL 118: Storytelling and Game Development Tuesday Thursday 9:30-10:45 AM Instructor: Dr. Courtney Rivard. ENGL257: Video Games and Narrative Cinema Tuesday Thursday 2-3:15 PM Instructor: Dr. Guillermo Rodríguez-Romaguera. SPCL 400.315: Gayme Studies: How Queer are Video Games? Tuesdays 5-7 PM Instructor: Li-Anne Wright. ENGL105i:Digital Humanities and Gaming Tuesday Thursday 2-3:15 PM Instructor: Stephanie Kinzinger. ENGL 105: Gaming Across the Disciplines Monday Wednesday Friday 1:25-2:15 PM Instructor: Jared Powell. ENGL 105: Gaming Across the Disciplines Tuesday Thursday 11-12:15 Instructor Grant Glass. Greenlaw Gameroom. To learn more, visit dlclab.unc.edu/gaming-initiative

 

Previously Taught Courses

Spring 2021

 

Gaming Centered

ENGL 155. The Visual and Graphic Narrative.

Instructor: Doug Stark

ENGL 105: Gaming Across the Disciplines.

Instructor: David Hall

Gaming as Supplemental Element

CMPL 254. Horror and the Global Gothic: Film, Literature, Theory.

Instructor: Guillermo Rodríguez-Romaguera

ENGL 147. Mystery Fiction.

Instructor: Stephanie Kinzinger


Fall 2020

 

Gaming Centered

ENGL 118. Storytelling and Game Development. 

Instructor: Courtney Rivard

ENGL 155. The Visual and Graphic Narrative. 

Instructor:

ENGL 105: Gaming Across the Disciplines.

Instructor: David Hall

Gaming as Supplemental Element

ENGL 367. African American Literature to 1930.

Instructor: Danielle Christmas

ROML 89H.001: Sex, Sexuality and the Body in Early Modern European Literature.

Instructor: Lucia Binotti

AMST 101. The Emergence of Modern America.

Instructor: Michelle Robinson

CLAS 59. First-Year Seminar: Ancient Magic and Religion.

Instructor: Susanne Lye

ENGL 105. English Composition and Rhetoric. 

Instructor: Doug Stark