Philosophy of Computer Games Conference 2017

Kraków, Poland
November 28 – December 1 2017

The POCG conference is an annual international academic event where scholars, students and game designers engage in philosophical discussions concerning issues raised by and with computer games.

11th edition of the conference is hosted by Jagiellonian University in Krakow and organized by Game Research Centre (Faculty of Polish Studies), Centre for Advanced Studies in Humanities (Faculty of Polish Studies) and UJ Department of Games Technology (Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science).

How to Apply: Submit maximum 1000 words (700 words for the main text and 300 for the bibliography) abstracts via review.gamephilosophy.org. before September 1st 2017. Acceptance letters will be send on September 30th 2017. For more information, see Call for Papers.


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Program Committee:
Pawel Grabarczyk (chair)
Jan Argasiński
Justyna Janik
Marta Matylda Kania
Veli-Matti Karhulahti
Sebastian Möring
C. Thi Nguyen
John R. Sageng
Grant Tavinor
Daniel Vella

Organizing Committee:
Marta Błaszkowska
Magdalena Cielecka
Mateusz Felczak
Joanna Kucharska
Tomasz Z. Majkowski
Maciej Nawrocki
Marcin Petrowicz
Joanna Płaszewska
Bartłomiej Schweiger
Piotr Sterczewski