The University of Bergen, University of Jyväskylä and the IT University of Copenhagen will next year conduct a series of workshops on the philosophy of games. We will reach out to scholars and students in philosophy and game studies. The themes currently planned for the workshops are issues that pertain to action, experience, representation and hermeneutics in games.
We’re organizing a planning workshop in Bergen on November 24-25 in 2022. The workshop is open to scholars in Nordic countries who might do supervision, seminars or research on these topics. There is some funding available for travel and accommodation.
The planning workshop will have presentations about the prospective themes and a planning session to determine the programs, focus and literature for the themed workshops, as well as for making plans for how to involve students and scholars in Nordic countries.
Please send an email to email@example.com if you are interested in participating in the planning workshop or in the themed workshops later on. Write a few lines about your background in philosophy or game studies and your theoretical and practical interest in one of the listed topics. We will contact prospective participants as the project progresses.
Anyone is welcome to join the Facebook-group for the initiative: https://www.facebook.com/groups/586402056592864
Rune Klevjer, University of Bergen
Anita Leirfall, University of Bergen
John R. Sageng, Game Philosophy Network
Jonne Arjoranta, University of Jyväskylä
Paweł Grabarczyk, IT University of Copenhagen