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Play the Knave featured by the UC Davis Humanities Institute

The UC Davis Humanities Institute newsletter published an article by Nicholas Garcia about Play the Knave, ModLab’s Shakespearean video game. The article, “Analyzing Data from a Shakespeare Video Game,” can be found here.

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Modlab Featured in The California Aggie

ModLab was featured in a story in The California Aggie about the intersections of the humanities and STEM fields. In the piece, titled “The UC Davis ModLab,” Reporter Meral Basit explored the lab’s interdisciplinary collaborations.

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Colin Milburn’s book Mondo Nano wins SFTS book prize

Professor Colin Milburn’s book about video games, nanotechnology, and the culture of the molecular sciences Mondo Nano: Fun and Games in the World of Digital Matter  has won the Science Fiction and Technoculture Studies Book Prize:

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ModLab @ #HASTAC2016

Five individuals sit on the floor with electronic components around them. The white woman in the middle is laying down and speaking to the rest.

Last week, a group of researchers from ModLab attended the HASTAC conference. This year’s conference was hosted by Arizona State University, with support from GitHub Education. A number of ModLab researchers made individual presentations at the event. Marit MacArthur, our

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Play the Knave at Shakespeare Association of America

Our Play the Knave game was featured in the Digital Salon at the 2015 meeting for the Shakespeare Association of America:

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