Games and Literary Theory is an annual conference for scholars of literature interested in expanding the scope of literary theory, and game scholars concerned with adapting the methodological and theoretical approaches of literary theory for the study of games.
This year it is our honour and pleasure to invite researchers interested in games and literary theory to the University of Montreal, for the fourth annual Games and Literary Theory conference. Previous conferences were held in Malta (2013), Amsterdam (2014), New Orleans (2015) and Kraków (2016).
The organizers of GamesLit welcome and desire the presence and participation of all, regardless of gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, culture, ethnic origin, marital status, nationality, race, religion, language, academic background or socio-economic status.
Prejudice, harassment or discriminatory actions are opposed to the values and objectives of any university group. It is the responsibility of all participants in the symposium to ensure that it takes place in a safe and friendly environment. Please take note and take responsibility for your behavior and comments.
This implies, among others: