Lars Konzack

Lars Konzack (b. 1969) is associate professor in information studies at the Institute of Information Studies, the University of Copenhagen. Konzack won gold medal for his Master thesis on software genres in 1998 and received his Ph. D. in multimedia at Aarhus University in 2003. In 2005, he was co-founder of the Danish game development academy DADIU (The National Academy of Digital, Interactive Entertainment). His main research subjects are role-playing games, video games, ludology, geek culture, digital culture, and transmedial culture. Lars Konzack’s research articles include among others ‘Computer Game Criticism: A Method for Computer Game Analysis’ (2002/2016), ‘Philosophical Game Design’ (2009), ‘Rhetorics of Computer and Video Game research’ (2007), ‘The Origins of Geek Culture: Perspectives on a Parallel Intellectual Milieu’ (2014), ‘The Cultural History of LEGO’ (2014), ‘The Subcreation of J. R. R. Tolkien’s Middle-earth and How It Became Transmedial Culture’ (2017), and ‘Viking re-enactment’ (2017).

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