The Deep-Play Research group is a loose collective of faculty and graduate students at Arizona State University and Michigan State University. Participants include: Kristin Elwood, Danah Henriksen, Sarah Keenan, Rohit Mehta, Punya Mishra, & Carmen Richardson. Address all communication to Punya Mishra: <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
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