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Article by NuLab Co-Director David Lazer in the Washington Post

Political outcomes today raise questions about how the interests of the majority are carried out by elected officials. Michael Neblo, Kevin Esterling and David Lazer have conducted a series of practical experiments that reveal hopeful possibilities about the connection between citizens and political figures. With population size, among other dimensions of public opinion, posing challenges to the reasonable access between  Continue Reading »

Stephen Ramsay Talk on “Code, Games, Puppets, and Kleist”

  Code, Games, Puppets, and Kleist Stephen Ramsay, The University of Nebraska—Lincoln “Code, Games, Puppets, and Kleist” uses Heinrich von Kleist’s 1810 essay, “On the Marionette Theater” as an analogy for understanding the discourses around modern video game development. Ramsay suggests that innovations in game technology follow an arc that is unlike that of almost  Continue Reading »