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Jeremy Antley is a writer/student/gamer who received his MA in History with a focus on the Russian Imperial period from the University of Kansas in 2007.  While currently in the middle of researching the immigration of Russian Old Believers to Oregon in the mid-60′s for his doctoral ambitions, Jeremy also finds studying the life and culture of Russian peasants to be a fascinating topic.  He looks at topics of digital culture, games, and, of course, Russian history at his blog, Peasant Muse.  You can find his ramblings on Twitter at @jsantley.  Having played many epic Axis & Allies games as an undergraduate, Jeremy now plays a variety of board and console (xbox 360) games with friends in his current residence of Portland, Oregon.

 

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Posted by Jeremy Antley on Sat, 15 Dec 2012 05:38:00 EST in Design, Console/PC
MoMa recently announced the acquisition of video games for their collection. Focusing on 'interaction design', MoMa holds their choices up as exemplars of design. But where are the board games?



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Comment In: [Blog - 12/15/2012 - 05:38]

Yes, the fact that board ...

Yes, the fact that board games are perhaps resistant to a casual exhibit beyond that of a static artifact presentation may play a large part in why they don 't receive more exposure. You would almost need a short 'guiding ' exhibit just to intro the game to museum goers- ...