Sept. 7 | Paper presentation by Elias Stouraitis on digital games and historical culture
On Thursday, September 7 2017, the Center for Historical Culture presents a research meeting with Elias Stouraitis, who will present a paper on historical massively multiplayer online (MMO) games, and how they enable players to have a historical experience.
Elias Stouraitis is currently a PhD Student in Historical Culture and Digital Games at Ionian University in Greece. He completed his undergraduate studies in History and Archaeology at the University of Athens in Greece and undertook a Master’s Degree in Modern Greek History at the University of Athens. He has taught History at private education in Greece and has worked as a researcher in several European and Greek surveys concerning history, education and games. He has been awarded a grant from the Japanese Nippon Foundation SYLFF (Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship Fund) and an award by Common Ground Community 'The Learner'. His main research interests are: History Education, Historiography, Historical Culture, Design of Educational Software/Games for History and teaching/ learning history with Digital Technology.