S2 - Ep04 Representation, Authenticity, and Interactive Narratives in Immersive Heritage
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In this episode I talk with Jonathan Barbara about representation and authenticity in portraying tangible and intangible heritage, speculation during interpretation versus strict use of hard facts, and how interactive narratives can support speculation and experiential learning. 

Jonathan is a full-time senior lecturer at Saint Martin’s Institute of Higher Education teaching Creative Computing, Game Design, Interactive Narratives, Transmedia Storytelling and WorldBuilding. He is also a PhD candidate at Trinity College Dublin reading in the area of Virtual Reality, Interactive Narratives, and Intangible Cultural Heritage. He has an MA in Games Design from UCLAN, UK with publications in Board Game User Experience, Narrative Consistency across Transmedial Narratives, and Game Design Teaching Approaches.

One can follow his team's projects here: http://www.stmartins.edu/lovemycountry

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