Archives par étiquette : emotions

Thomas LORSON

Doctorant à l’Université de Lille

thomas.lorson@univ-lille.fr

Discipline : Langue et littérature grecques

Champs de recherche : Seconde Sophistique, Lucien de Samosate, Philostrate, roman grec, métafiction, discours enchâssé, perception

Pour plus d’informations : https://pro.univ-lille.fr/thomas-lorson

Vincent JOUVE

Professeur, Université de Reims

vincent.jouve@univ-reims.fr

Discipline : Littérature française

Champs de recherche : Littérature française, Théorie littéraire

https://www.univ-reims.fr/membres/vincent-jouve,10000,17852.html

Nele Van de Mosselaer

Assistant Professor, Tilburg University (Pays-Bas)

n.vandemosselaer@tilburguniversity.edu

Field of research : Philosophy of fiction

University webpage : https://www.tilburguniversity.edu/staff/n-vandemosselaer

Relevant publications

Van de Mosselaer, Nele and Stefano Gualeni. 2023. “The Implied Designer of Digital Games.” Estetika: The European Journal of Aesthetics 60.1.

Van de Mosselaer, Nele and Stefano Gualeni. 2022. “The Fictional Incompleteness of Digital Gameworlds.” ToDIGRA: Transactions of the Digital Games Research Association 6.1: 61-94.

Van de Mosselaer, Nele and Stefano Caselli. 2022. “The Narrative Effects and Value of Memory Discrepancies in Digital Games.” Acta Ludologica 5.1.

Van de Mosselaer, Nele and Stefano Gualeni. 2022. “Representing Imaginary Spaces: Fantasy, Fiction, and Virtuality.” In Virtual Interiorities, Vol. 3, Gottwald, D., Vahdat, V., Turner-Rahman, G. (eds.), pp. 21-44. ETC Press.

Van de Mosselaer, Nele. 2022. “Comedy and the Dual Position of the Player.” In Video Games and Comedy, Bonello Rutter Giappone, K., Majkowski, T., and Švelch, J. (eds.), pp. 35-52. Palgrave Macmillan.

Van de Mosselaer, Nele. 2022. “Breaking the Fourth Wall in Videogames.” In Being and Value in Technology, Terrone E. and Tripodi V. (eds.), pp. 163-186. Palgrave Macmillan.

Van de Mosselaer, Nele and Nathan Wildman. 2021. “Glitches as Fictional (Mis)Communication.” In Miscommunication: Error, Mistakes, and the Media, Barker, T. and Korolkova, M. (eds.). Bloomsbury. G

ualeni, Stefano and Van de Mosselaer, Nele. 2021. Doors. Digital game / Playable essay developed with Diego Zamprogno, Rebecca Portelli, Costantino Oliva, and Eva Škerlj Prosen. Available to play online at https://doors.gua-le-ni.com.

Gualeni, Stefano and Nele Van de Mosselaer. 2021. “Ludic Unreliability and Deceptive Game Design.” Journal of the Philosophy of Games 3.1.

Van de Mosselaer, Nele. 2020. “Imaginative Desires and Interactive Fiction: On Wanting to Shoot Fictional Zombies”. The British Journal of Aesthetics 60.3: 241-251.

Van de Mosselaer, Nele. 2019. “Only a Game? Player Misery Across Game Boundaries.” Journal of the Philosophy of Sport 46.2: 191-207.

Van de Mosselaer, Nele. 2018. “How Can We Be Moved to Shoot Zombies? A Paradox of Fictional Emotions and Actions in Interactive Fiction.” Journal of Literary Theory 12.2: 279-299.

Van de Mosselaer, Nele. 2018. “Fictionally Flipping Tetrominoes? Defining the Fictionality of a Videogame Player’s Actions.” Journal of the Philosophy of Games 1.1.

Béatrice BLOCH

Enseignante chercheuse à l’Université de Poitiers

beatrice.bloch@univ-poitiers.fr

Discipline : Littérature française contemporaine

Champs de recherche : Fiction contemporaine, poésie contemporaine, théories de la lecture, littérature et musique.

CV complet : https://cv.hal.science/beatrice-bloch

Paola DEL ZOPPO

Chercheuse, Università della Tuscia (Viterbo, Italie)

delzoppo@unitus.com

Discipline : Littérature allemande, traduction littéraire

Champs de recherche : théorie de la littérature, théorie de la lecture, études culturelles

Silvia CONTARINI

Enseignante, Università degli Studi di Udine

silvia.contarini@uniud.it

Discipline : Littérature italienne

Champs de recherche : XVIII-XXème siècle, Littérature et médecine, Théorie du roman

Aurore NOURY

Doctorante à l’EHESS, Paris

Discipline : Littérature comparée

Champs de recherche : Théories de la fiction, théories de la réception, narratologie

Thèse en cours sous la dir. d’Annick Louis, “Croyons-nous en nos fictions ? Dumas, Doyle, Tolkien”

James PHELAN

Professor, Dpt of English, Ohio State University (USA)

foxxphelan@gmail.com

Field of research : Narrative theory; narrative medicine; English and American fiction; lifewriting

More on https://u.osu.edu/phelan.1/cv/