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Ludomusicology Wikipedia article?

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@BardicKnowledge Would you (or anyone else here) be willing to create a stub Wikipedia page and/or link articles/interviews that could be used to source that article?

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I am not actually the right person to do this -- at least not without informing the people who own ludomusicology.org.  I know them well though and will reach out today -- that's a good idea.

Edit:  This is now in process over at the Ludomusicology Facebook group.  Everyone thinks it's a good idea, but I'm not sure any of us has experience as a Wikipedia editor...

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Hi, I'm a ludomusicologist based in Australia but have both attended and presented at the Ludomusicology Research Group conferences - do you know if this is still being addressed @BardicKnowledge ? I regularly keep in touch with both the organisers of the conference and delegates and could take this on

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11 hours ago, BarnabasSmith said:

Hi, I'm a ludomusicologist based in Australia but have both attended and presented at the Ludomusicology Research Group conferences - do you know if this is still being addressed @BardicKnowledge ? I regularly keep in touch with both the organisers of the conference and delegates and could take this on

Feel free to jump on top of it!  I got far too busy with finishing my dissertation to take any real action on it, sadly.  Might be a good idea to send Tim, Michiel, etc. a draft version before you publish, but you probably wouldn't have to.

P.S.  I know one ludomusicologist based in Australia -- at the University of Sydney.  There's also a film scholar there, both of whom are worth your time to meet...add me on Facebook and I'll put you in touch! 

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For more reference, Roger Moseley is the person responsible for coining the term "ludomusicology" in the first place, though I don't know when that was (long before the North American conference came to be though).

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The "Ludomusicology" page got rolled into the "Video game music" page and combined with the "Video game music education" section. I separated it out into an "Academic study" section on that page, and added some details... I'd forgotten about this post :P it's a start anyway

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