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MACCALLUM-STEWART, Esther and WEARN, Nia (2021) Gameplay Applications - Teaching Boardgames. In: Teaching the Game: An interdisciplinary collection of game course syllabi. ETC Press. (In Press)

MACCALLUM-STEWART, Esther, WEARN, Nia, du Preez, Kirsten, Reid, Kieran and Molongoana, Romeo (2021) Educational Adaptations in Analog Games Design Classes. In: Zones of Connection, 21st - 22nd May 2021, Bradley University.

MACCALLUM-STEWART, Esther (2020) Review: Shira Chess - Play Like a Feminist. Games Studies, 20 (4). ISSN 1604-7982

MACCALLUM-STEWART, Esther (2020) An Incomplete history of boardgames - from dead goats to thieving landlords. In: Punctuationcon, 6-8 November 2020, Nottingham (online).

MACCALLUM-STEWART, Esther, Ryan, Malcolm and Dixon, Robin (2020) Narrative Machines: A Ludological approach to Narrative Design. In: Rerolling Boardgames: Essays on Themes, Systems, Experiences and Ideologies. MacFarland Press. ISBN 978-1-4766-7079-9

MACCALLUM-STEWART, Esther and Brown, Douglas (2020) Rerolling Boardgames : Introduction. In: Rerolling Boardgames: Essays on Themes, Systems, Experiences and Ideologies. Studies in Gaming . MacFarland Press. ISBN 978-1-4766-7079-9

MACCALLUM-STEWART, Esther and Macdonald, Meg (2020) An Evening with Adrian J Walker & Adrian Tchaikovsky. In: An Evening with Adrian J Walker & Adrian Tchaikovsky, 23 July 2020, Glasgow (online).

MACCALLUM-STEWART, Esther and Brown, Douglas (2020) Rerolling Boardgames: Essays on Themes, Systems, Experiences and Ideologies (Studies in Gaming). Studies in Gaming . MacFarland Press. ISBN 978-1-4766-7079-9

MACCALLUM-STEWART, Esther (2020) 'On a scale of 1-5, what floor are you on?’ Emergence, Fun and Transformative Play by Fans, for Fans. In: Birmingham Centre for Media & Cultural Research Seminar SEries, 4th March 2020, Birmingham Centre for Media & Cultural Research at Birmingham City University.

MACCALLUM-STEWART, Esther (2020) Review: Fun, Taste, & Games: An Aesthetics of the Idle, Unproductive, and Otherwise Playful. American Journal of Play, 12 (1). pp. 96-97. ISSN 1938-0399

MACCALLUM-STEWART, Esther (2019) Review: Ready Player Two: Women Gamers and Designed Identity by Shira Chess. Times Higher Education.

MACCALLUM-STEWART, Esther (2019) “A Jill Sandwich”. Gender Representation in Zombie Videogames. In: The Playful Undead and Video Games: Critical Analyses of Zombies and Gameplay. Routledge Advances in Game Studies . Routledge. ISBN 1138895466

WEARN, Nia and MACCALLUM-STEWART, Esther (2018) Stepping away from the screen – Analog Games Design in Digital Games Design Courses. In: Playful Learning 2018, 11th - 13th July, Manchester Met Uni.

WEARN, Nia and MACCALLUM-STEWART, Esther (2018) “Case 88: Once Upon a Crime” Defining Hidden Object Games as Literary Narratives. In: Literature and Video Games: Beyond Stereotypes, 20-21st June 2018, University of St Andrews.

MACCALLUM-STEWART, Esther, Crawford, Garry and Ruffino, Paulo (2018) British Digital Game Studies. Transactions of the Digital Research Association, 3 (3). pp. 1-11. ISSN 2328-9422

WEARN, Nia and MACCALLUM-STEWART, Esther (2018) ‘Quoth the Ravenhearst: “Nevermore”’. In: Gaming the Gothic, 13th April 2018, Sheffield University.

MACCALLUM-STEWART, Esther (2018) The Gaming of Players: Jamming Azad. In: The Science Fiction of Iain M Banks. SF Storyworlds: Critical Studies in Science Fiction . Glyphi Press. ISBN 1780240546

MACCALLUM-STEWART, Esther (2017) The Cultural Impact of Roleplaying. In: Role-Playing Games Studies, a Handbook. Routledge.

MACCALLUM-STEWART, Esther (2017) Live Action Roleplaying in the UK’,. In: Role-Playing Games Studies, a Handbook. Routledge.

MACCALLUM-STEWART, Esther (2017) Subcultures and Fandoms. In: Role-Playing Games Studies, a Handbook. Routledge.

WEARN, Nia and MACCALLUM-STEWART, Esther (2017) Enjoy! Façade Time Moonlit Dreamscapes, or how we learned to use a boathook. In: DiGRA UK 2017, 5th May 2017, Salford University.

MACCALLUM-STEWART, Esther and WEARN, Nia (2017) Game On - Understanding Representation in Boardgames Design. In: Game On, 1 April 2017, Victoria and Albert Museum of Childhood.

WEARN, Nia and MACCALLUM-STEWART, Esther (2017) Oasis of Analogue. In: Game On: Contemporary Board Games Study Day, 1st April 2017, V&A Museum Of Childhood, Cambridge Heath Rd., London, United Kingdom.

MACCALLUM-STEWART, Esther (2016) Roleplaying. Journey Planet, 28.

MACCALLUM-STEWART, Esther and Roberts, Jude (2016) Gender and Sexuality in Contemporary Fantasy Fiction - Beyond Boy Wizards and Kick Ass Chicks. The Cultural Politics of Media and Popular Culture . Routledge. ISBN 9780367596477

MACCALLUM-STEWART, Esther (2016) Introduction - Gender and Sexuality in Contemporary Fantasy Literature: Beyond Boy Wizards and Kickass Chicks. In: Gender and Sexuality in Contemporary Fantasy Literature: Beyond Boy Wizards and Kickass Chicks. Taylor and Francis. ISBN 9781472447531

MACCALLUM-STEWART, Esther (2016) Roleplaying. In: Debugging Game History. MIT press, London. ISBN 9780262034197

MACCALLUM-STEWART, Esther (2016) Wargaming in Popular Culture. In: Zones of Control. MIT press. ISBN 0262033992

MACCALLUM-STEWART, Esther (2016) Letters in Absentia. Journey Planet, 26.

MACCALLUM-STEWART, Esther (2015) Forward to 'The First World War in Computer Games'. In: The First World War in Computer Games. Palgrave Macmillan, viii-xiii. ISBN 1137491752

MACCALLUM-STEWART, Esther (2015) Theater of War: "A Masters Degree in Shooting Stuff. In: Theater of War. University of Chicago Press. ISBN 9781783201808

MACCALLUM-STEWART, Esther (2015) Online Games, Social Narratives. In: Online Games, Social Narratives. Routledge. ISBN 978-0415891905

MACCALLUM-STEWART, Esther (2015) Playing with Affection. Essays on Game Love. In: Playing with Affection. Essays on Game Love. Macfarland Publishing. ISBN 978-0-7864-9693-8

MACCALLUM-STEWART, Esther (2014) “Take That, Bitches!” Refiguring Lara Croft in Feminist Game Narratives. Games Studies, 14 (2). ISSN 1604-7982

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