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Zoe Eddy
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Attends Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
Lives in Somerville, Massachusetts, USA
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Graduate Student; translator, tutor, research assistant
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  • Harvard University
    Graduate Student, 2011 - present
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Somerville, Massachusetts, USA
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Hikone, Shiga, Japan - Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA - Brunswick, Maine, USA - Okazaki, Aichi, Japan
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I am a graduate student at Harvard University. I am pursuing a PhD in both Social Anthropology and Archaeology.
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I am a Harvard Graduate student, currently pursuing a doctorate in both Anthropology and Archaeology. My research interests include supernatural studies, folklore, food studies, animal studies, and anthropological ethics. I speak/read Japanese, French, and English.

I love bicycles, rabbits, wayward snakes, peanut butter, felt-tip pens, The Twilight Zone, airports, bioethics, and re-ment miniatures. In my free time, I search in my backyard for lost cities and ancient relics. In my other free time, I make-believe.
Bragging rights
I can multi-task like no one's business, and I have seen every episode of the Twilight Zone.
Education
  • Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
    Anthropology and Archaeology, 2011 - present
  • Bowdoin College
    Anthropology and Asian Studies (Japan), 2006 - 2010
  • JCMU
    Advanced Japanese Language, 2009
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Player Catalysts
collabnarration.blogspot.com

Sometimes, as a PC, all it takes is a particular encounter, NPC, interaction, or even single moment to redefine and/or expand character deve

Japan in the 1950s
www.theatlantic.com

After Japan surrendered in 1945, ending World War II, Allied forces led by the United States occupied the nation, bringing drastic changes

Intercon Reflections
collabnarration.blogspot.com

This was my second year at Intercon, and I like to think it went very, very well. (I had some initial hesitation, as Madrigal ran the weeken

The Problem Everyone Wants to Have
collabnarration.blogspot.com

Generally, in larps, the problem of too few npcs plagues weekends: despite heartfelt recruitment efforts and promises from potential monster

Happy New Year!
collabnarration.blogspot.com

Well, I'm actually a bit late with this, but Happy New Year nonetheless. I wanted to do a post specifically about the next year of larping:

Once Upon A Text Prop
collabnarration.blogspot.com

by Zoe Hello everyone! Due to a double load of teaching and classes, plus a full larp schedule, I have been sadly bereft of freetime. As I h

Cliffhangers
collabnarration.blogspot.com

Having just finished the first season of Clockwork Skies, I find myself musing on one of the most satisfyingly frustrating parts of LARP: th

甘栗、アイスになっちゃいました 人気菓子の材料利用
www.asahi.com

クラシエフーズは、「甘栗むいちゃいましたアイスバー」を秋冬限定で売り出した。人気菓子商品「甘栗むいちゃいました」にも使われる甘栗をピューレにし、栗あん仕立てのアイスで包んだ。外側のチョコレートも栗味

Team Player
collabnarration.blogspot.com

Hello everyone! I'm back from a hiatus-- as some of you know, I'm an archaeologist, so this past summer was spent on excavation in Japan. I

Guest Contributor: Trust is Not Transferable
collabnarration.blogspot.com

by Maggie Trust is vital to any roleplaying experience. You might not need much of it, if the situation is light, and you might need a lot m

Tempering Toxicity
collabnarration.blogspot.com

Toxicity, which I define as a special brand of negativity, can be a large problem in LARPs. I'm curious as to how readers understand gamecen

Hermann Hesse on What Trees Teach Us About Belonging and Life
www.brainpickings.org

"When we have learned how to listen to trees, then the brevity and the quickness and the childlike hastiness of our thoughts achieve an inco

NPC Spot: Shade from Endgame
collabnarration.blogspot.com

Shade's makeup consists of white cake makeup, which is cheap and sadly streaky, and black and blue Mehron eye pencils, and some bronze eye-s

Villainy and Demise
collabnarration.blogspot.com

Villains, as I have mentioned before, are important parts of many games: they motivate plot; they stir players' emotional investments; they

A Farewell Toast
collabnarration.blogspot.com

On Sunday, the long-running campaign, Endgame, came to its conclusion. There are many things that could be said about this game-- and many d

Commemorative Address on the Eve of the Nepalu Expedition - Google Groups
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Commemorative Address on the Eve of the Nepalu Expedition, Zoe Eddy, 5/23/13 5:01 PM, Commemorative Address on the Eve of the Nepalu Expedit

What makes a good RP encounter?
collabnarration.blogspot.com

This is a fairly simple question, but one that's important for most players: what makes a good RP encounter? Whether you're a PC or an NPC,

Getting to Know You
collabnarration.blogspot.com

Last weekend, I had the good fortune to be at a really interesting Mirror, Mirror event. The game was, as per usual, fun and more than a lit

LARP Heals
collabnarration.blogspot.com

by Zoe So, as everyone knows, last week-- the week of the Boston marathon bombings, the MIT shooting, the "manhunt" for the suspects, and th

Guest Contributor: LARP in the Media Series
collabnarration.blogspot.com

I write on LARP in popular Media relatively frequently, so I’m always excited to get other perspectives. Inspired by recent conversations on