Lecturer in Games Theory

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Dr Maggie Li

Dr. Maggie Xiaoge Li is a lecturer in Game Theory at the University for the Creative Arts. She completed her PhD at the University of Southampton, her research focuses on Game Studies and game culture.

Bio

Maggie is a full-time lecturer at the University for the Creative Arts. She teaches several game degree units, including: Game Theory Discipline (Level 4), Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion (Level 4), Gaming in Contemporary Culture (Level 5), The Conscious Practitioner (Level 5), and the Thesis unit (Level 6). She is also a PhD supervisor and a researcher in Game Studies. Her research interests include Game Studies and game culture, Film and Media Studies, transmedia storytelling and Media Practice. Before joining the University for the Creative Arts, she taught at Winchester School of Art in the MA degree program for Global Media Management.

Research statement

Maggie has an interdisciplinary background in digital media studies. Her research interests include Game Studies and game culture, Film and Media Studies, Media Practice, with expertise in East Asian video games, cinema, and animation/anime. She completed her PhD at the University of Southampton, with her research focusing on game theory, game mechanics, aesthetics, experiences, and production methodologies in video games.

  • DiGRA (Digital Games Research Association)
  • BAFTSS (British Association for Film, Television and Screen Studies)
  • SCMS (Society for Cinema and Media Studies)
Dr Maggie Li