Speaker - Henry Lowood

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Henry Lowood is Curator for History of Science and Technology collections and for film and media collections at Stanford University. He is also a lecturer in the Introduction to the Humanities Program, the Science and Technology Studies Program, and the History and Philosophy of Science Program. Since 2000, he has led "How They Got Game," a research and archival preservation project devoted to the history of digital games and simulations. His project includes Stanford's contribution to a multi-university, interdisciplinary project called "Preserving Virtual Worlds," funded by the US Library of Congress and the Institute of Museum and Library Services. His most recent publication is The Machinima Reader, published by MIT Press and co-edited with Michael Nitsche.

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From Michelangelo to Mario Kart: The Arts in Video Games

09.20.12 | 01:48:15 min | 0 comments