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Ian Williams’ article, “The Practice of Oldhammer: Re-remembering a Past through Craft and Play” was accepted for publication in Games and Culture.
This is a terrific critique of technosolutionism, based on fieldwork at DC public libraries, which explores how “poverty” is framed as a problem of lack of access to technology.