Trammell, A. (2014) Vertiginous play: debating “fun” with the Diplomacy Wives Club. Poster presented at Meaningful Play 2014 Conference, Easy Lansing, MI, October 16 – 18.

Trammell, A. (2014) Gaming the Cold War: vintage games at RAND, MIT, and the Pentagon (and the fans who loved them). Digital Game Research Association Conference. Snowbird, Utah, August 3 – 6.

Crowell, J. & Trammell, A. (2014) Designing Millionaire City: casual games and the digital divide. International Communication Association Preconference on the Digital Divide. Seattle, Washington, May 22 – 27.

Waldron, E. L. & Trammell, A. (2014) Playing for intimacy. Living Games Conference. Brooklyn, New York, March 14 -16.

Trammell, A. (2013) A brief history of biogamification.Apps and Affect Conference. London, Ontario, October 18 – 20.

Trammell, A. (2013) Invited participant in the Role Playing Handbook workshop. Digital Game Research Association Conference. Atlanta, Georgia, August 26 – 29.

Trammell, A. (2013) Beyond cartography: The circulation of affect in fantasy maps 1974-1984. 2013 Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing Conference, Philadelphia, PA, July 18-21.


Trammell, A. (2013) Role-playing the atom age: Diplomacy fanzines and the RAND corporation. Paper to be presented at 2012 International Communication Association Conference, London, UK, June 21-24.

Trammell, A. (2013) Who are the dungeonmasters? Amateaur Publishing Associations in Cold War America. Paper to be presented at the Popular Culture Association / American Culture Association Conference, Baltimore, MD, March 27-30.

Trammell, A. ( 2013) Genealogical notes on the practice of role-playing. Paper to be presented at the Politics of Play Symposium, York and Ryerson University, March 23.

Trammell, A. (2012) Blind spots in the copyleft: the user experience of Creative Commons. Paper presented at 2012 National Communication Association Conference, Orlando, FL, November 15-18.

Trammell, A. (2012) Game studies as corporate training grounds. Paper presented at FlowTV 2012, Austin TX, November 1-3.

Crowell, J., Trammell, A., Leavey, S. & Reyes, C. (2012) Surviving Millionaire City: class consciousness, vertigo, and empire in browser based games. Paper presented at Meaningful Play 2012 Conference , East Lansing, MI, October 18-20.

Trammell, A. (2012) The DIY Archive. Workshop presentation at THATCamp Theory Unconference, New Brunswick, NJ, October 13-14.

Trammell, A. (2012) Countergaming: new tools and problems. Paper presented at 2012 International Communication Association Conference, Pheonix, AZ, May 24-28.

Trammell, A. (2012) Magic modders: the metagame as legal battlefield. Paper presented at Popular Culture Association / American Culture Association Conference, Boston, MA, April 11-14.

Lingel, J., Trammell, A., Sanchez, J., & Naaman, M. (2012). Practices of information and secrecy in a punk rock subculture. Paper presented at ACM 2012 Computer Supported Cooperative Work Conference, Seattle WA, February 11-15.

Sinnreich, A., & Trammell, A. (2011) Beyond the internet: innovative ideas for democratizing communication and societies in the networked age. Keynote address. Technology Without Borders Conference Series, New Brunswick, NJ, November 16.

Trammell, A. (2011). Playing with letters and landscapes: An examination of literacy in early 19th century print ephemera. Paper presented at Society of the History of Authorship, Readership, and Publishing Conference, Washington, DC, July 14-17.

Trammell, A. (2011) Magic modders: fan art in a cultural-economic framework. Poster presented at the Game Behind the Game Conference, New Brunswick, NJ, April 8 – 9.

Graham, N., Trammell, A. & Baddi, A. (2011). Collaborative listening: Toward a social-centered digital music archive. Poster presented at Association of College & Research Libraries, Philadelphia, PA, March 31 – April 2.

Trammell, A. (2010). Going underground: Legislature, activism and virtual spaces in the New Brunswick, NJ punk scene. Paper presented at The 55th Society of Ethnomusicology Conference, Los Angeles, CA, November 11-14.

Trammell, A. (2010). Magic: The Gathering in material and virtual space: An ethnographic approach toward understanding players who dislike online play. Paper presented at Meaningful Play 2010 Conference , East Lansing, MI, October 21-23.

Sanchez, J., Trammell, A., Graham, N. & Lingel, J. F. (2010). Jersey Punk: Gatekeepers of the Underground. Paper presented at New Media Theory: How Far Have We Travelled Conference. Lubbock, TX, April 15-16.

Sanchez, J., Trammell, A., Graham, N. & Lingel, J. F. (2010). The Jersey punk basement scene: Exploring the information underground. Poster presented at iSchool Conference, Champaign-Urbana, IL, February 3-6, 2010 (1st Place Juried Poster Competition).