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Games & Simulations for Historians

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Reading Christopher Ketcham’s (come on, if he was named Ash he would’ve been the coolest person ever) article “Monopoly is Theft” was really interesting.  I never knew the history behind the game, nor have I actually played the ‘real’ version.  My parents bought Ottawa On Board when we moved here in order to learn about the area […]

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I just wanted to cap the week’s discussion by posting here some of what I’ve observed in your discussions, both online and off. Firstly, I think we’re beginning to see that there are many different ‘consciousnesses’ at play in the creation of games and simulations! Also, we’re beginning (and in some cases, getting quite deep […]

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