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MD-226680-15
Pox in the City: A 3-D Strategy Game for the History of Medicine
Lisa Rosner, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey

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It's How You Play the Game: Playful Innovation in History, Medicine, and Science (Web Resources)
Title: It's How You Play the Game: Playful Innovation in History, Medicine, and Science
Author: Lisa Rosner
Abstract: This is the informational website for The Pox Hunter. It also provides resources for the general public and scholars.
Year: 2015
Primary URL: http://loki.stockton.edu/~games/

Digital Projects Lightning Round (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Digital Projects Lightning Round
Author: Lisa Rosner
Abstract: In the analog age, there was Television Worth Watching; now there are Games Worth Playing. I will present a lightning-fast description of The Pox Hunter: A 3D Strategy Game for the History of Medicine, just awarded funding from the NEH's Digital Projects for the Public initiative. I will provide some useful suggestions for historians interested in seeking funding for this type of digital humanities project, and I hope to generate discussion on the role of humanities games in public outreach.
Date: 1/3/2015
Primary URL: http://www.historians.org/teaching-and-learning/digital-history-resources/digital-projects-lightning-round-participants
Conference Name: American Historical Association Annual Meeting, 2015

Playtesting and Game Design for the History of Medicine (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Playtesting and Game Design for the History of Medicine
Author: Lisa Rosner
Abstract: This presentation analyzes lessons learned with respect to designing a history of medicine game, especially with respect to gender and performance.
Date: 07/23/2015
Conference Name: Keystone Digital Humanities Conference, University of Pennsylvania

The Pox Hunter's Lancet. A Companion Blog to the Pox Hunter Game Project (Web Resources)
Title: The Pox Hunter's Lancet. A Companion Blog to the Pox Hunter Game Project
Author: Dael Norwood
Abstract: This blog is a companion to the Pox Hunter project, an NEH-funded digital game prototype currently under development. Dael Norwood, the primary author of this blog, is an early American historian, currently serving as an assistant professor at Binghamton University. In addition to work on the historiographical and pedagogical uses of games, public history, and the history of medicine, he writes on the global dimensions of politics, culture, and economics in the early United States.
Year: 2015
Primary URL: https://poxhunter.wordpress.com

@poxhunter (Web Resources)
Title: @poxhunter
Author: Dael Norwood
Abstract: This is the Twitter handle for the Pox Hunter game design project
Year: 2015
Primary URL: https://twitter.com/poxhunter

Win Conditions: Historical Accuracy and Game Design in The Pox Hunter (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Win Conditions: Historical Accuracy and Game Design in The Pox Hunter
Author: Lisa Rosner
Abstract: Paper presented in the panel Historia Ludens, at the American Historical Association (AHA) annual meeting, Atlanta
Date: 1/8/2016
Conference Name: AHA annual meeting


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