Diana Moreno Ojeda

English Language and Literature

Diana on a pier Diana Moreno Ojeda has loved science fiction and board games ever since she can remember, moving from Stratego—at the adventurous age of 6— to Netrunner and Ascension—more recently. Her PhD research explores the role science fiction plays in how society makes sense of technological change, with particular attention to Artificial Intelligence and Cybernetics. Of late, she has also become interested in the intersection between game narratives and post-humanist theory.

Diana has presented her research at the SLSA 2019, the Tri-University Graduate Symposium 2019, and the W3 Represents: Research Symposium. And, she is currently building a cooperative card game: Monstrous Days, that examines the ways in which games can be used as sandboxes for anxiety management.

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University of Waterloo

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