Sean Gouglas, PhD

Professor, Faculty of Arts - Interdisciplinary Studies


Professor, Faculty of Arts - Interdisciplinary Studies
408B Arts Building (Main & Conv Hall)
113 St and 91 Ave
Edmonton AB
T6G 2E6



Sean Gouglas is a Professor in Digital Humanities in the Faculty of Arts. Dr. Gouglas' research focuses on the relationship between universities and the computer game industry in Canada, especially as it relates to curriculum and technology transfer. He also studies the influence of gender in the making and playing of computer games.


  • Massive online open courses (MOOCs) and the evolving nature of university education
  • Gender and video games
  • Understanding video games


DH 900 - Digital Humanities Practicum

The Digital Humanities practicum is the capstone exercise by students in the course-based MA in Digital Humanities. It provides students with hands-on experience working on a large-scale digital project. Normally, this project will be led by faculty members in DH; permission to participate in projects outside of the program or the university will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.

Winter Term 2021 Fall Term 2021
HIST 191 - Video Games, History, and Storytelling

The use of world history in video games.

Winter Term 2021 Fall Term 2021
STS 397 - Special Topics in Science, Technology and Society

Winter Term 2021

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