#DRC Chat – Interview with Coordinators of the Rhetoric, Politics, and Gaming series


The Rhetoric, Politics, and Gaming series at The Ohio State University brings students and faculty together once a month to play games together and then discuss the political and social implications of the experience. The series provides a venue for hands-on critical engagement with games and game culture. Though the series is still fairly new, once monthly events are lively and well-attended.

This morning, I talked with the coordinators of RPG series, James Harris, Tiffany Salter, and Andrew Smart, and they offered stories, insights, and advice for others who might like to start a similar event at their own institution. Watch the interview here:

How do you see a series like this fitting into work in your own department? Are you already doing similar work? Leave a comment below, and be sure to join us this Friday, 5/1 at 7pm EST for a #drcchat on Twitter about gaming and social justice.


  • Paula M Miller

    Paula is a PhD graduate fellow at The Ohio State University studying rhetoric, composition, and literacy. Her research interests lie at the intersection of writing centers and multiliteracies. You can visit her online at paula-miller.com

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