Playing with the past: history and video games (and why it might matter)

Jeremiah McCall Cincinnati Country Day School. Cincinnati, OH, USA. Email: jmc.hst (at) gmail (dot) com Download PDF HISTORYING, PUBLIC HISTORYING, AND HISTORICAL VIDEO GAMES While traditional history, as a discipline, is important, that should not obscure the fact that doing history, sometimes called “historying,” is something everyone does. For history is fundamentally just the communicationContinue reading “Playing with the past: history and video games (and why it might matter)”

The scientists of Assassin’s Creed – Part 1: James Cook and Charles Darwin

Rodrigo B. Salvador Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa. Wellington, New Zealand. Email: salvador.rodrigo.b (at) gmail (dot) com Download PDF It feels like a long time since Altair first adventured through the Holy Land. Now Assassin’s Creed, by Ubisoft, became one of the highest selling video game franchises of all time. It is evenContinue reading “The scientists of Assassin’s Creed – Part 1: James Cook and Charles Darwin”