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Virtual Humanity - Part 1

December 15, 2011

Virtual Humanity - Part 1
In the world of online gaming, natural reality often blends and blurs with virtual reality. This November, anthropologist Thomas Malaby and game designer Lee T. Guzofski spoke at the Academy on "The Anthropology of Online Worlds"; in this two-part series, we bring you that talk.

Part 1: Lee T. Guzofski, CEO & Founder, G2G Enterprises

Part 2: Thomas Malaby, Associate Professor of Anthropology, University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee