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Title: Games and literary theory conference, 2013 : conference review
Authors: Farrugia, James
Micallef, Jeffrey
Keywords: Video games
Discourse analysis, Literary
Issue Date: 2014-01
Publisher: University of Malta. Department of English
Citation: Farrugia, J., & Micallef, J. (2014). Games and literary theory conference, 2013 : conference review. Antae Journal, 1(1), 50-56.
Abstract: The Department of English of the University of Malta collaborated with the Institute of Digital Games (University of Malta) to hold the First International Conference on Games and Literary Theory. It ran from the 31st of October to the 1st of November 2013, and was held at the Old University Building, Valletta, Malta. The event proved to be an overwhelmingly smooth and positive experience for all involved. One of the event’s particularly positive aspects was its structure – only one panel at a time with two or three papers each – which admitted fewer papers than is usual for such conferences. In doing so, it gave space for, and indeed generated, a healthy debate after each paper was delivered, allowing both speaker and audience to immerse themselves in the topics at hand.
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Antae Journal, Volume 1, Issue 1

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