Kyle Bohunicky is an assistant professor at the University of Florida’s Digital Worlds Institute. His PhD work at the University of Florida’s Department of English focused on digital game studies, writing studies, media studies, and ecocriticism with forthcoming and published essays appearing in Ecozon@: European Journal of Literature, Culture and Environment and Green Letters: Studies in Ecocriticism and chapters appearing in Computer Games and Technical Communication, Doing Visual Studies: One Image, Multiple Methodologies, and Game Criticism. His dissertation explores the creative dimensions of digital game play.
At the Digital Worlds Institute, Kyle plans to continue his dissertation research by exploring and creating techniques (and technologies) for documenting and archiving gameplay. His teaching combines his interests in writing and digital games through courses in “Writing for Interactive Media” and “Digital Storytelling,” both of which explore how to write for and with the ever-growing area of AR, VR, digital games and other interactive technologies.