How the West was Played: Offering Indigenous Voice to Video Game Studies

Jackson, Crystal R.

While many scholars have addressed the presence of stereotypical representations of Native Americans in the traditional media of film and literature, there has not as of yet been much dialogue around the newer medium of video games. This is in part due to their newness, as well as a perceptual gap in the colonial imagination between technology and Nativeness. This study offers close r... read more

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