Laine Nooney, Ph.D.
I am a professional researcher of computers and video games. I bring historical, theoretical and feminist methods to the study of media objects and practices, with a special focus on everyday users and obsolete technology.
I'm an Assistant Professor of Digital Media in the School of Literature, Media and Communication at Georgia Tech.
Goings On + Upcoming Events
Hear my game history manifesto "Save Yourself: Game History is in Your Hands" @ Game Developer's Conference 2017 | Feb 27- March 3, San Francisco CA
Apply for my DIGRA 2017 Workshop, "Things Best Forgotten: An Introduction to Oral History for Game Scholars." Applications due at the end of March.
Join me for a discussion on oral history as method at
COMMAND LINES: Software, Power and Performance, @ The Computer History Museum in Palo Alto CA | March 18-19
I've recently co-founded ROMchip: a journal of game histories with Raiford Guins (Indiana University) and Henry Lowood (Stanford). Join our mailing list for updates!