Content tagged "Eric Gordon"
In the introduction to the edited volume Ludics, Visiting Professor Eric Gordon and Vassiliki Rapti write that “this book takes the bold position that play is an antidote to dark times. Rather than an escape hatch, it provides opportunity for discovery, connection, joy, care, and relational aesthetics—conditions that are central to worldliness, not extraneous to it.”
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Podcast: Eric Gordon, “How Neighborhoods Can Use Local Engagement Games to Build Community and Plan for the Future”
Whether it’s a game built around a town hall meeting or a government planning process, LEGs scaffold local processes to foster community and commitment to civic life.