Great, I noticed someone has fixed the erroneous detail claiming that Roger Moseley first coined the term ludomusicology - when in fact it was Guillaume Laroche. I wonder if 'Academic Study' is too broad. Technically, wouldn't studying an undergraduate degree or minor or something in video game composition, at University, be academic too? Perhaps in some way using the philosophy aspect of ludomusicology might be useful?
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