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 12-15 May 2020, Paris
Board Game Studies Colloquium (BGS) 
The evolutions of Board Games: materials, practices and design.
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Welcome to the website of the XXIII Board Game Studies colloquiumXIII
The BGS colloquium is a 4-day conference that will take place in Paris, in the MSH Paris-Nord conference center. It is organized by the laboratory EXPERICE (University Paris 13), Game in Lab and the LabEx ICCA.
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The BGS colloquium
The annual Board Game Studies colloquium is an interdisciplinary forum for scholars and practicians from many different fields and disciplines. This convergence allows game studies to be approached from multiple points of view. The research findings and knowledge disseminated in past colloquia have embraced archaeological evidence, cross-cultural connections, mathematical, psychological and social implications of past and present gaming practices.

"The evolutions of Board Games: materials, practices and design"
The theme for this edition is "the evolutions of Board Games: materials, practices and design". This refers to the transformations of board games in terms of material, game play or mechanics, the evolutions of the players, of the social spaces of play, of the mathematical or computer processing of games, or the ways board games are designed, crafted, sold or acquired.

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News

The call for papers is available!
Abstracts are accepted until 15 January, 2020.

Key dates

15 January, 2020

Abstract submission deadline

28 February, 2020

Response from review committee

1st January - 1st May, 2020

Online registration

Organization committee

Jean-Emmanuel Barbier

Haute Ecole de Bruxelles-Brabant

Vincent Berry

University Paris 13

Gilles Brougère

University Paris 13

Thierry Depaulis

International Society for Board Games studies

Gabrielle Fauste

Game in Lab

Mikaël Le Bourhis

Game In Lab

Lisa Rougetet

University of Brest

Ulrich Schädler

Swiss Museum of Games

Virginie Tacq

Haute Ecole de Bruxelles-Brabant

Michel Van Langendonckt

Haute Ecole de Bruxelles-Brabant

Vinciane Zabban

University Paris 13

Scientific committee

Manuel Boutet

University Nice Sophia Antipolis

Olivier Caïra

University of Evry

Tristan Cazenave

University Paris Dauphine

Véronique Dasen

University of Fribourg

Thierry Depaulis

International Society for Board Game Studies

Eddie Duggan

International Society for Board Game Studies

Alex De Voogt

American Museum of Natural History

Michaël Huchette

University Paris 13

Edwige Lelièvre

University Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines

Lisa Rougetet

University of Brest

Ulrich Schädler

Swiss Museum of Games

Jorge Nuno Silva

University of Lisbon

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