The Middle Ages in Modern Games Conference - Intro and Links

Started by Jubal, June 04, 2024, 10:54:34 PM

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The Middle Ages in Modern Games is a group of scholars and an online conference that has existed for a number of years to promote the study of the reception of the medieval period in modern gaming contexts. Their main annual event is an asynchronous conference - that is, papers are delivered as very short text format communications, in a public forum where other scholars can read, comment, and discuss the ideas and findings involved. Since 2024 the conference, along with helpful links and details on past events. has been available at the website hosted on Exilian's server space: the previous iterations of the conference were done as microblogging conferences on Twitter. The MAMG network also runs a strand every year at the Leeds International Medieval Congress.

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