Professor of Creative and Cultural Industries, University of Nottingham
Helen W Kennedy is Professor of Creative and Cultural Industries at the University of Nottingham. Her research has focused on the online games industry as well as games studies, feminist theory, philosophies of technology, play theory, live cinema and ludoaesthetics. Before moving to Nottingham she was deputy head in the School of Art, Design & Media at the University of Brighton.
She is past president of Digital Games Research Association and the co-author of Game Cultures: Computer Games as New Media (2006).
Jul 02, 2020 15:47 pm UTC| Business
Pubs and cinemas may be opening in the UK, but the performing arts sector remains languishing under lockdown and live performance continues to be prohibited. The governments roadmap, published at the end of June, has...
Its a tough time for the global film industry, for which the pandemic represents a disruption of seismic proportions. All movie production spaces have been officially locked down and all talent whether in front of or...