Transformative Play Initiative Roundtable — Spring 2022

Join us for our next roundtable in the Transformative Play Initiative Event Series. This time with Lauri Lukka, John Stavropoulos, Elektra Diakolambrianou, Yeonsoo Julian Kim, and Katrin Geneuss!

When: Tuesday, May 10, 2022, 7 – 8:30 PM CEST
Where: Online on Zoom
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In the Spring 2022 roundtable, we combine the five speakers from this semester together into a panel to get to know more about them and their take on transformative play.
After hearing:
— Lauri Lukka talk about designing events for intensity and personal growth;
— John Stavropoulos talk about designing a culture of safety in games;
— Elektra Diakolambrianou talk about psychotherapy and larp;
— Yeonsoo Julian Kim talk about horror as a vehicle for healing and transformative play; and
— Katrin Geneuss talk about best practices for edu-larp in formal didactic contexts…

…we are now bringing them together to explore transformative play in the past, present, and future.
Moderated by: Josefin Westborg

Town Hall Spring 2022, April 19

Tuesday, April 19, 2022, 7 – 9:00 PM CEST

Join us for our next Town Hall Meeting in the Transformative Play Initiative Event Series! Town Halls feature lightning talks from experts in the field to spark conversation, as well as group discussions among community members interested in the use of analog role-playing games as vehicles for lasting personal and social change. We welcome you to share experiences, brainstorm ideas, and network at this game design think tank.

When: Tuesday, April 19, 2022, 7 – 9:00 PM CEST
Where: Online on Zoom
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Lightning Talks:

  • Alexandra Schreiber, “Games and Play for Intercultural Learning”
  • Shirin Khosropour, Laila Taraghi, & Charlotte Gullick, “Larp in Conflict Transformation Training”
  • Joe Lasley, “RPGs as a Leadership Practice”

Moderated by: Kjell Hedgard Hugaas

Welcome activities at Campus Gotland autumn 2022

15 August

Reception fully open from 15 August.

Staff from Student services and Helpdesk at hand at certain hours – to be announced week 33.

15 August

Welcome email to all new students.

22-25 August 

Online Information sessions on a number of themes. For international students. 

24-25 August 

Recommended arrival days. Shuttle service from Visby airport and Visby ferry terminal (registration required).

26 August 

Orientation Day. Welcome day for international students.

27-28 August

Gotland history lecture with Mikael Norrby.

27-28 August

Guided walking tour around medieval Visby with the university guide Mikael Norrby.

29 August 

Welcome Ceremony (more information will come later).

2 September

Train tour around Visby´s inner city during lunch hours.

Week 37

Bus trip in the countryside.

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