An exciting event to celebrate our forthcoming special issue on Critical Indigenous Gambling Studies is planned. Visit eventbrite to register.
Wednesday, September 29th at 5pm (Eastern Daylight Time)
Thursday, September 30th at 9am (New Zealand Standard Time)
What theoretical frameworks are being developed to account for the culture and politics of Indigenous gambling and play? How are gambling and videogames connected in the everyday lives of Indigenous youth? How can treaty processes be mobilized to advance justice in the provision of gambling to youth
and other Indigenous stakeholders?
Speakers include: Darrel Manitowabi, Ruth Herd, Meschaquin Neekan, and Caitlyn Salmon
Here you can find the latest announcements about Critical Gambling Studies, such as calls for papers for special issues.
An exciting event to celebrate our forthcoming special issue on Critical Indigenous Gambling Studies is planned. Visit eventbrite to register.Read more about Critical Indigenous Gambling Studies Special Issue Launch Event
2021-09-02We are pleased to share with you an announcement for an upcoming workshop on Gambling Research Methods on Wednesday, September 29, 2021 at 10am-12pm Pacific Time. Registration is available on eventbrite. https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/gambling-research-methods-tickets-169360250067 Please feel free to share this link! Read more about Gambling Research Methods Online Workshop
2021-05-21Following the successful launch of our first special issue: Futures of Gambling Studies: Showcasing Early Career Research, early career researchers (ECRs) working in the field of critical gambling studies are encouraged to reach out to Eva Monson if they would like to be notified of upcoming opportunities to connect with fellow ECRs. If you are interested, please contact Eva Monson at Eva.Monson@usherbrooke.ca Read more about Connecting Early Career Researchers
Critical Gambling Studies is pleased to announce the publication of our first special issue: Futures of Gambling Studies: Showcasing Early Career Research, guest edited by Eva Monson and Jennifer Reynolds. You can access the full issue on our website.
If you have not yet done so, you are invited to register to attend the launch event to celebrate this exciting new issue:
FUTURES OF GAMBLING STUDIES: SHOWCASING EARLY CAREER RESEARCH
Thursday, May 20, 2021
2pm EDT (UTC-4; e.g., Montreal)
12pm MDT (UTC -6; e.g., Edmonton, Canada)
7pm BST (UTC +1; e.g., London, United Kingdom)
For more information and to register: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/futures-of-gambling-research-showcasing-early-career-research-tickets-153027153335Read more about Publication of CGS Special Issue
Highlighting some of the excellent work previously published on the CGS Blog.Read more about Critical Gambling Studies Blog
Garry Smith (Professor Emeritus, University of Alberta) discusses the case of money laundering in British Columbia casinos.Read more about Money Laundering in British Columbia Casinos
What are conflicts of interest in gambling, how do they differ from the equivalent in video gaming, and what does this show us about the emerging ecosystem of gambling social media influencers? By Fiona Nicoll and Mark R Johnson.Read more about The Walking Dead: Conflicts of Interest in Gambling and Video Gaming Reviewing