- Things I wish I knew by Elizabeth Hargrave, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9PLvCTfSNwI&list=PLlYAgBDoVabyV5uyhNOCiJztR8kZTHnF_, asks questions about diversity in board gaming.
- Race representation and colonialism in analog games by Mary Flanagan, Rebecca Y. Bayeck, Sara Lovett and Tanya Pobuda, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJMHpI_aYBk&list=PLlYAgBDoVabyV5uyhNOCiJztR8kZTHnF_, discusses enculturation, African board games, colonial narratives and representation, all mostly in context of board games.
- Tutkimusta Fiend foliosta ja kauhistuttavia hirviöitä by Uplaidos Oscea, http://iimu.kapsi.fi/limunropellukset/archives/6791, summarizes his article on the game mechanical horror aspect of Fiend folio monsters, as published in Analog game studies.
- The many faces of role-playing game studies by Sebastian Deterding and José P. Zagal, the first chapter of Role-playing game studies: transmedia foundations, accepted manuscript at https://nitessine.wordpress.com/2019/06/17/free-stuff-chapters-from-role-playing-game-studies-transmedia-foundations/, provides an introduction and motivation for the entire book, as well as organizes the field of rpg scholarship in a fairly coherent way.
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