Lindsay Meaning (BA English, Wilfrid Laurier University; MA Experimental Digital Media, University of Waterloo) is a fourth year PhD candidate in the English department at UWaterloo. Her research in game studies has previously focused on colonial and imperial ideologies in RPGs; currently, her work explores representations of the sex trade and the commodification of women in games. Lindsay's research is currently supported by a SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship, and she has been the recipient of the Ontario Graduate Scholarship (2019-2020; 2020-2021) as well as the David Nimmo English Graduate Scholarship (2019). Lindsay has served as review board co-chair and a member of the planning committee for the International Conference on Games and Narrative (2021), and her recent publications include “Adaptations of Empire: Kipling’s Kim, Novel and Game.” Loading…, vol. 13, no.21, 2020.