Michigan State University
Michigan State University
Department of English
Cody Mejeur
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Narrative Theory l Game Studies l New Media

Office: C707 Wells Hall
Email: mejeurco@msu.edu

M.A.: University of Chicago
B.A.: Western Michigan University

Cody Mejeur is a PhD student specializing in new media, game studies, narrative theory, cognition, semiotics, and digital humanities, focusing on video game narrative. His work proposes new ways of theorizing the interaction of narrative and play in video games, and he has published on methods for using games in pedagogy and queer representation in BioShock. He is a graduate lab lead in the English Department’s Digital Humanities and Literary Cognition Lab, and he is also adjunct faculty at Ivy Tech Community College. He currently teaches broadly in literature, games, culture, and composition.


Michigan State University:
ENG210: Foundations of Literary Study
ENG142: Introduction to Popular Lit
IAH209: Games as Art, Narrative, and Culture
IAH207: Literatures, Cultures, Identities
IAH202: Europe and the World

Ivy Tech Community College:
ENGL227: Modern World Fiction 
ENGL220: Literature Through the Renaissance 
ENGL211: Technical Writing 
ENGL112: Exposition and Persuasion
ENGL 111: English Composition