The JVWR, Volume 10, No. 3
Published: 4 January, 2018
Marcus Carter, The University of Sydney, Australia.
This special issue in the Journal of Virtual Worlds Research highlights the ways that EVE scholarship has matured. A sub-discipline within a sub-discipline, writing about EVE no longer focuses just on what makes this particular MMOG so different to the more mainstream online games and virtual worlds, but now describes in fascinating depth the elements of this virtual world that have taken 15 years of play to develop. As guest editors, we are excited to share this collection as these five articles exemplify the contributions that EVE Online scholarship will continue to make long into the future.
Original Call: CfP: EVE Online
Issue Editor Corner
Kelly Bergstrom, Marcus Carter
Peer Reviewed Research Papers
Making Science Fiction Real: Neoliberalism, Real-Life
Mark Richard Johnson, Robert Mejia
Scaling Technoliberalism for Massively Multiplayer Online Games
To Win at Life: Tradition and Chinese Modernities in EVE Online
Is Betrayal in EVE Online Unethical?
Ian Gregory Brooks
Barbarians at the Imperium Gates: Organizational Culture and Change in EVE Online
Nick Webber, Oskar Milik