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Rethinking how we explain the past: History, Simulations and Games

Rethinking how we explain the past: History, simulation and games” aims to bring together scholars that are researching how simulation and games impact different approaches to history

# Nome Descrição Data de publicação
1 Opening session Opening session with Prof. Joaquim Ramos de Carvalho, Vice-rector International Relations, Prof. Claudia Cavadas, Director of Institute for Interdisciplinary Research and Prof. António Pedro Pita, Coordinator of CEIS20 Qui, 26 Set 2013 11:26
2 Games, Simulation and Historical Theory: the not so obvious link Prof. Joaquim Ramos de Carvalho, University of Coimbra Qui, 26 Set 2013 11:34
3 Video Games and History: Virtual Engagement with a Digital Past Prof. Andrew Elliott, University of Lincoln, United Kingdom Ter, 22 Out 2013 14:46
4 Cultura Digital, Jogos e História: perspectivas desde o Brasil Prof. Lynn Alves , Universidade do Estado da Bahia, Brasil Ter, 22 Out 2013 14:48
5 Juegos digitales como recurso didáctico para la enseñanza de personajes históricos. El Caso de Miquel Crusafont Prof. Ruth Contreras, Universidad de Vic, España Ter, 22 Out 2013 16:38
6 Uncertainty and Suffering: A Comparison of Digital-Ludic and Traditional Historical Reenactment Adam Chapman, University of Hull, United Kingdom Ter, 22 Out 2013 16:40
7 "Breakfast in Rome dinner in Gaul": Historical understanding, simulations and games Filipe Penicheiro, University of Coimbra Ter, 22 Out 2013 16:42

Número de episódios: 7