Are you game? A multi-day, interactive event of the same name took place earlier in March in order to introduce the CEU community to the "Origins, Transformation, and Culture of Games" in a fun way. Games are a vital component of cultural heritage and social identity, yet are rarely seen as such.
Games and playing are essential parts of human life that show significant cultural variation and reflect the changes in society. However, their role as an element of cultural heritage and the social identity of various communities is often underestimated.
The project “Open Experience // Open Education” build off the notion of a collective and individual right to be represented by looking at two cases of educational segregation, one in Canada and the other one in Hungary.