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Título: Narrative, history, and fiction: history games as boundary works
Título(s) alternativo(s): Comunicação e Sociedade
Autor(es): Telles, Helyom Viana
Alves, Lynn
Palavras-chave: History - Narrative
Electronic game
Data do documento: 2015
Citação: TELLES, Helyom Viana; ALVES, Lynn. Narrative, history, and fiction: history games as boundary works. Comunicação e Sociedade, [s.l.], v. 27, p. 319-333, 2015.
Resumo: This work arises from the reflections generated by a post-doctoral study that investigates how history games can contribute to the production and dissemination of representations, pictures, and imaginaries of the past. We understand history games to be digital electronic games whose structure contains narratives or simulations of historical elements (Neves, 2010). The term notion of “border works” is used by Glezer and Albieri (2009) to discuss the role of literary and artistic works that, standing outside the historiographical field and having a fictional character, are forms of the dissemination of historical knowledge and approximation with the past. We want to show how, under the impact of the linguistic turn, the boundaries between history and fiction have been blurred. Authors such as White (1995) and Veyne (2008) found both a convergence with and identification between historical narrative and literary narrative that interrogates the epistemological status of history as a science. These critiques result in an appreciation of fictional works as both knowledge and the dissemination of historical knowledge of the past. We then examine the elements of the audiovisual narratives of electronic games (Calleja, 2013; Frasca, 1999; Jull, 2001; Murray, 2003; Zagalo, 2009) in an attempt to understand their specificity. Next, we investigate the place of the narrative and historical simulations of electronic games in contemporary culture (Fogu, 2009). Finally, we discuss how historical knowledge is appropriated and represented by history games (Arruda, 2009; Kusiak, 2002) and analyze their impact on the production of a historical consciousness or an imaginary about the past.
Descrição: p. 319-333
URI: http://repositoriosenaiba.fieb.org.br/handle/fieb/654
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