Nina B. Huntemann
Nina B. Huntemann is an associate professor at Suffolk University in Boston and an avid video game player. Her interest in video and computer games began at age 8 with an Atari 2600. She has lectured and written about media and culture for over a decade, and produced and directed the educational video, Game Over: Gender, Race and Violence in Video Games. Recently, Huntemann co-edited Joystick Soldiers: The Politics of Play in Military Video Games. She has been invited to speak at numerous colleges and media literacy conferences throughout the United States. Sample presentation topics include: Play Like a Man: Masculinity in Video Games; Pixel Pinups: Images of women in Video Games; True Colors: The Role of Race in the Video Game World; Video Game Violence: It’s Not What You Think; and Joystick Soldiers: Video Games and the Military.
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