Below is a list of our upcoming conferences, workshops, and presentations. The list will be updated with further details including games, locations, and content as the Consortium finalizes event planning.
September 19-21, 2019: Two-day free RTTP Workshop at Great Lakes History Conference at Grand Valley State University
November 9th, 2019: One-day RTTP Workshop at Boston University
Game offered: Bacon's Rebellion and the Birth of American Racism, 1676
Bacon’s Rebellion (game in development) transports the classroom to Jamestown for the Virginia Grand Assembly in 1676 to deliberate about the “Indian Problem.” Once regarded by early scholars as a precursor to the American Revolution War, Bacon’s Rebellion symbolized and epitomized the patriot’s enlightened revolutionary ideals through a premature uprising against the tyranny of hierarchical rule. Modern scholars argue in favor of an approach that focuses more on America’s original sin: the terrible transformation from a society with slaves to a slave society. Game author Verdis Robinson will serve as Game Master.
November 2019: Presentation by Tony Crider at East Carolina University
January 17-19, 2020: Winter Conference at University of Georgia
Israeli-Palestinian Accords (link to come)
June 11-14 2020: Twentieth Annual Faculty Institute at Barnard College
July 2020: Game Development Conference
July 2020: Event at Indiana University Kokomo
(Below image from 2011 Annual Institute.)