NYAS Event Explores ‘The Anthropology of Online Worlds’

The New York Academy of Sciences' Science and the City will host a special game-related event on November 9 called "The Anthropology of Online Worlds." Anthropologist Thomas Malaby and game designer Lee Guzofski will discuss how humanity shapes virtual worlds. Thomas M. Malaby is from the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee and Lee T. Guzofski is from MMO maker G2G Enterprises.

The whole idea behind this special event is to dissect how humanity shapes virtual worlds through relationships, functional economies, complex societies, and rich cultures.

Those interested in attending can visit www.nyas.org/onlineworlds and get a $10 discount off the full-price ticket with promo code GAMEDISC. (Enter the code in the promotional field under your address on the first page of registration). The event takes place at the New York Academy of Sciences, 7 World Trade Center, 250 Greenwich Street on the 40th floor (New York, NY 10007-2157). The event begins at 6:30 PM and runs until 8:00 PM.

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