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Guest Editors:  Pierre Corbeil & Martin Campion


Call for papers
for a special issue of S&G on
the use of games and simulations by historians


  • The authors should be professional historians, or in professions related to history.
  • The papers should discuss practical and theoretical aspects of the use of games and simulations for teaching and research in history.
  • Concrete experiments will be favored over speculation, quality being otherwise the same.


Authors should send their paper to both :

Martin Campion, 196 Breckinridge Sq, Louisville KY 420220 USA

Pierre Corbeil, 690 104e avenue, Drummondville J2B 4P9 Québec (Canada)

either as a text attached to an e-mail or on a disquette in a format readable by common word-processing programmes, such as MS Word or Lotus WordPro.  Authors should consult the S&G Guide for Authors before writing their text.