Jameson Hogan is a former Ph.D candidate who earned his MA in Literature, Composition & Rhetoric from Northern Illinois University (2011), with his thesis “Story, Play, and Steam: Thermoludic narratology in video game studies.” In his wilder days, he graduated cum laude from Bradley University with a B.S. in Political Science and Religious Studies (2006). A native of the Chicago suburbs, he currently resides there with his dog, “Stewart.”

Jameson has taught ‘Academic Writing & Research’ in a variety of configurations, including the condensed “Summer START” transition program; he has also taught ‘Communication for Engineering and Technology,’ as well as ‘Multimedia Production & Digital Culture. Prior to attending NC State, he was in instructor for ENGL 103 and 104, ‘Rhetoric and Composition’ levels 1 and 2, respectively, at Northern Illinois University.

In addition to collaborating on research studies of competitive video gaming, he has given numerous conference presentations, workshops, and guest lectures. He served as project manager for the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences 50th anniversary timeline, program co-designer for the 2012 Computers & Writing conference, and worked with the new CIRCUIT digital humanities research studio as a consultant and research assistant. During his time at Northern Illinois University, he served as an officer of the English Gradute Student Association, and worked as a research assistant and intern at the Networked Writing & Research center.



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