Carlos Gabriel Kelly González, PhD
Dr. Carlos Gabriel Kelly González is first-generation Mexican American who received his PhD from The Ohio State University in English with emphasis in Latinx studies and Video Game studies. He also minored in women, gender, and sexuality studies. Carlos is currently a postdoctoral fellow at the Humanities Research Center at Rice university where he continues to work on his research into video game narratives. Carlos seeks to challenge how we think about and study video games through US Latinx studies and lived experience. He is a firm believer that video games are the future of storytelling and continues to push the field with innovative research. In addition to scholarly pursuits, he is also a published poet with his 2019 debut collection Wounds Fragments Derelict.