The conference will be held on Jagiellonian University Second Campus, just about 10 minutes walk from the Main Square. The building is located on Ingardena 3, a quiet street right next to the Jagiellonian University main library and the park.
The Jagiellonian University; established in 1364, it is the oldest university in Poland and one of the oldest in Central Europe. With almost fifty thousand students, ten faculties and four campuses, it remains a vibrant and prolific academic center. The Jagiellonian Game Research Centre is a part of Faculty of Polish Studies. In its current status, the Faculty has been established in 2004, but the university and its alumni have always been shaping Polish academic reflection on literary theory and history of literature It was also a place of education of many great Polish authors, including Wisława Szymborska, who was awarded the 1996 Nobel Prize in Literature. The Research Centre is also the major hub for Polish and European game studies communities and experienced conference organizer – it hosted the second Central and Eastern European Game Studies conference in 2015, among others.
A brief note for participants of past conferences organized by the Centre and held on Gołębia street: the location is different this year, please check the map above!