Goggin, Joyce

University of Amsterdam
Joyce Goggin is a senior lecturer in literature at the University of Amsterdam, where she also conducts research in film and media studies. She has published widely on gambling and finance in literature, painting, film, TV, and computer games. Her most recent work includes The Aesthetics and Affects of Cuteness, a co-edited volume forthcoming with Routledge, and an article on Las Vegas in film entitled “Opening Shots and Loose Slots” for Screen. Dr. Goggin’s on-going research focuses on casino culture, Las Vegasization and public debt, gamification, toys and games, and the entertainment industries.