Pobuda. T. (2022) Women are too tired and time-strapped for board games due to shrinking leisure time, The Conversation. Retrieved from

Pobuda, T. (2023). Contested Spaces, Velvet Ropes, Exclusion Zones: The Pleasures and Dangers of Face-to-Face Play in Analog Gaming Spaces [Chapter], Material Game Studies. Bloomsbury. (Edited with Paul Wake).

Pobuda, T. (2022). The Inflection Point: Board Gaming, Race, Gender and What Early Tech Can Teach Us, Analog Game Studies Journal. 

Pobuda T. (December 2020), Pronouns and Play: An Analysis of Gender-Inclusive Language and Imagery in Top-40 Ranked BoardGameGeek Games, Analog Game Studies, Retrieved from 

Carter, M., Mihalicz, M., Pobuda, T. & Cassidy, E. (2020). Into the Longhouse, Around the Medicine Wheel, Pressbooks, Retrieved from 

Pobuda T. (Dec. 3, 2018), Inclusivity or Invisibility?: Gender and Racial Representation in Top-Rated BoardGameGeek Games, Analog Game Studies, Retrieved from 

Pobuda, T. (2017). Playing games, saving lives: A critical analysis of serious games for nursing instruction, Master’s Research Project (MRP), Ryerson University

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