Serina Patterson


At the time of her contribution to MoEML, Serina Patterson was an MA student in English at the University of Victoria. She is now a PhD student at the University of British Columbia with research interests in late medieval literature, game studies, and digital humanities. She is also the recipient of the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada CGS Joseph-Bombardier Scholarship and a four-year fellowship at UBC for her work in Middle English and Middle French game poems. She has published articles in New Knowledge Environments and LIBER Quarterly-The Journal of European Research Libraries on implementing an online library system for digital-age youth. She also has a forthcoming article in Studies in Philology and a chapter on casual games and medievalism in a contributed volume published by Routledge. She is currently editing a forthcoming contributed volume titled Games and Gaming in Medieval Literature for the Palgrave series, The New Middle Ages. In addition to her academic work, Serina is a web developer for the Electronic Textual Cultures Lab at the University of Victoria and owner of her own web design studio, Sprightly Innovations.

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