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Book co-authored by Dr. Phillip Penix Tadsen
Earlier in 2020, Dr. Phillip Penix-Tadsen co-authored Videogames—More than Just a Game: The Unknown Successes of Latin American and Caribbean Studios, a report on the regional game industry sponsored by the Inter-American Development Bank and featuring a bevy of data and more than 50 studios and 350 video games from Latin America. The report is available to download for free in English and Spanish at https://publications.iadb.org/en/video-games-more-just-game-the-unknown-successes-of-latin-american-and-caribbean-studios.
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Contains article Pioneras: Three Generations of Women Developing Games in the Southern Cone
In Summer 2020, Dr. Phillip Penix-Tadsen published the article "Pioneras: Three Generations of Women Developing Games in the Southern Cone" in the journal Feminist Media Histories. This oral and written history examines three generations of pioneering women game developers from Argentina, Uruguay, and Chile—the South American region known as the Southern Cone—, offering insight on female leadership over three generations of precipitous growth in regional game development. The article can be accessed for free at: https://online.ucpress.edu/fmh/article/6/1/163/109839/PionerasThree-Generations-of-Women-Developing.
You Tube Interview Phillip Penix-Tadsen author of Cultural Code
Vice Latin America recently interviewed Dr. Phillip Penix-Tadesen about his area of expertise—video games and Latin American culture—for a web video
that has about 175k views! The video—in Spanish only—can be seen at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t6jsx2JCi_o. (1:05-3:01)