Jon Saklofske

Acadia University
Participe à 3 sessions
Jon Saklofske’s interest in the ways that William Blake’s composite art illuminates the relationship between words and images inspired current research into alternative platforms for open social scholarship as well as larger correlations between media forms and cultural perceptions. Jon is a longstanding member of the Implementing New Knowledge Environments (INKE) project, and is exploring ways to incorporate virtual environments and game-based stories into research and teaching. Other research includes environmental storytelling in theme parks and the critical potential of feminist war games.

Sessions auxquelles Jon Saklofske participe

mardi 14 août, 2018

Fuseau horaire: EDT/Eastern Time (US & Canada)
8:30 AM
8:30 AM
Jon Saklofske, Acadia University (Participant.e)
Children E-Lit & Forms of the Imagination - 1 heure 15 minutes - 8:30 AM  -  9:45 AM
Pavillon J.-A. DeSève (DS) UQAM - DS-1545 Panel
Angelica Huizar, Old Dominion University (Modérateur.rice) María Goicoechea de Jorge, University Complutense of Madrid (Participant.e) Mark Marino, University of Southern California (Participant.e) Jon Saklofske, Acadia University (Participant.e)

vendredi 17 août, 2018

Fuseau horaire: EDT/Eastern Time (US & Canada)
1:30 PM
1:30 PM
Lightning Talks - 2 heures 30 minutes - 1:30 PM  -  4:00 PM
Pavillon J.-A. DeSève (DS) UQAM - DS-R510 Lightning Talk
Caitlin Fisher, York University (Modérateur.rice) Aurelio Meza Valdez, Concordia University (Participant.e) David Lum (Participant.e) Piotr Marecki, Jagiellonian University (Participant.e) Deanna Radford, Concordia University & Atwater Poetry Project (Participant.e) Scott Rettberg, University of Bergen (Participant.e) Natasha Ramoutar, Ryerson University (Participant.e) Andrew Demirjian, Hunter College (Participant.e) Jon Saklofske, Acadia University (Participant.e)