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Fresh Files Alert - Spring/Summer 2022

June 07, 2022 10:35 PM | Anonymous

Our Game Authors and Editorial Board and always working hard. We want to highlight some of the new Reacting Games Under Review recently added to our library, as well as updated materials.

Congressional AIDS Hearings 
New Files March 2022

Eyeball to Eyeball
New Files June 2022

Liberia 
New Game - June 2022



And in case you missed it...here's the most recent from Fall/Winter 2022 (also found in this announcement):

NEW GAMES

Japanese Exclusion in California, 1906-1915

Ending the Troubles: Religion, Nationalism, and the Search for Peace and Democracy in Northern Ireland, 1997-98

UPDATED FILES

Russian Literary Journals, Dostoevsky, and Tolstoy in St. Petersburg, 1877 
Updated February 2022

1349: Plague Comes to Norwich
Updated January 2022

Bacon's Rebellion, 1676-1677: Race, Class, and Frontier Conflict in Colonial Virginia 
Updated October 2021

The Crisis of Catiline: Rome, 63 BCE 
Updated August 2021

Expanded and Modified Materials from the Community

Restoring the World, 1945: Security and Empire at Yalta 
March 2022 - this includes name tents, additional roles, etc

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