Lecturer III & Advisor
G333 Mason Hall
Identity, Power, and Inequality;
Video Game Studies;
Ph.D., English with a concentration in Rhetoric and Composition, Purdue University, 2020
Tony Bushner's research and pedagogy lives at the cross-section of digital humanities, technical writing, and game studies. They recently completed their doctoral thesis on how board game designers create compelling rules documentation and carry out playtesting data collection as part of the iterative design process. Outside of academia, Tony performs live glitch art for chiptune and other experimental electronic music acts under the stage name D'oh!nut.