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October 918 2020

Online + Frankfurt Rhine / Main

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Andrada Fiscutean

Andrada Fiscutean is a science and technology journalist based in Romania. She has written about Eastern European hackers, journalists attacked with malware, and North Korean scientists. Her work has been featured in Ars Technica, Nature, Wired, Vice Motherboard, and ZDNet. In 2019-20, she was a Knight Science Journalism fellow at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Fiscutean owns about a dozen ZX Spectrum clones made in Romania during the 1980s.

Events


Games behind the Iron Curtain 1

30 years after the German reunification, a talk series looks back at how games were played behind the Iron Curtain in the Eastern Bloc in the 1980s and how games were developed there. We interview Volker Strübing, who is reappraising his youth with a documentary film about the home computer scene in the GDR; Jaroslav Švelch, whose book "Gaming the Iron Curtain" reports on the 1980s in ...

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Games behind the Iron Curtain 2

30 years after the German reunification, a talk series looks back at how games were played behind the Iron Curtain in the Eastern Bloc in the 1980s and how games were developed there. We interview Volker Strübing, who is reappraising his youth with a documentary film about the home computer scene in the GDR; Jaroslav Švelch, whose book "Gaming the Iron Curtain" reports on the 1980s in ...

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Games behind the Iron Curtain 3

30 years after the German reunification, a talk series looks back at how games were played behind the Iron Curtain in the Eastern Bloc in the 1980s and how games were developed there. We interview Volker Strübing, who is reappraising his youth with a documentary film about the home computer scene in the GDR; Jaroslav Švelch, whose book "Gaming the Iron Curtain" reports on the 1980s in ...

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Games behind the Iron Curtain 4

30 years after the German reunification, a talk series looks back at how games were played behind the Iron Curtain in the Eastern Bloc in the 1980s and how games were developed there. We interview Volker Strübing, who is reappraising his youth with a documentary film about the home computer scene in the GDR; Jaroslav Švelch, whose book "Gaming the Iron Curtain" reports on the 1980s in ...

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Games behind the Iron Curtain 5

30 years after the German reunification, a talk series looks back at how games were played behind the Iron Curtain in the Eastern Bloc in the 1980s and how games were developed there. We interview Volker Strübing, who is reappraising his youth with a documentary film about the home computer scene in the GDR; Jaroslav Švelch, whose book "Gaming the Iron Curtain" reports on the 1980s in ...

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