Update: April 2018

At one point this semester, I think I slept maybe? Here’s some of the big stuff that’s been happening in my life lately: At the end of March, I presented my paper “Selling Nostalgia: Transmedia Storytelling in Video Game-Inspired Films” in the games studies division of the Pop Culture Association’s (PCA) National Conference in Indianapolis.Continue reading “Update: April 2018”

Reading Beyond Class Requirements During Your Ph.D.

Reading takes up the majority of your time as a Ph.D. student. There is a seemingly endless amount to read for class, for research projects, and for building the general knowledge needed to succeed in the field. Throughout the first year of my Ph.D. program, I felt overwhelmed by the idea that I should beContinue reading “Reading Beyond Class Requirements During Your Ph.D.”