ChroniclesMain MenuIntroduction to ChroniclesAn introduction to Chronicles with detailed information about the projectSuper Nintendo Entertainment System ReleaseSNES Release's Opening PagePlaystation Re-ReleaseOpening page for Playstation re-releaseNintendo Dual System Re-ReleaseOpening Page of the Nintendo Dual System re-releaseMobile iOS and Android Re-ReleaseOpening Page of Mobile iOS and Android re-releaseTraversals and Interviews DocumentationThe documentation used for the traversals and InterviewsAuthor and Contributors' BiosThe bios of those who authored and produced PathfindersMadeleine Philbrook793490c7e41f4e0efe523b50970c1632a02f214bNouspace Publications | Washington State University Vancouver
Madeleine Philbrookis a (2014-2015) Auvil Fellow who was awarded a College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) Summer Mini-Grant for the continuation of assisting the Pathfinders Project, as well as the creation and research of Chronicles. She is a junior in the Creative Media and Digital Culture (CMDC) program. Her contributions include participating in the annual Game Changers: Video Games as Innovationevent and the New Text exhibit held in Vancouver, British Columbia in 2015. She plans on presenting Chronicles at the 2016 Showcase for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities (SURCA) and the 2016 Vancouver Research Showcase.
Greg Philbrook is the Instructional and Technical Support Specialist for the Creative Media & Digital Culture Program at Washington State University Vancouver and a 2013 graduate of the program. He is co-author with Grigar on "Curlew" and has contributed to Fort Vancouver Mobile, an app developed by Brett Oppegaard and Grigar for the Fort Vancouver National Historical Site.
Alisha Rastis a 2011 graduate of Washington State University Vancouver. After graduation, she was given the wonderful experience of living with a missionary family in Japan for a couple months. She’s been studying Japanese since her first year in college and hopes to learn something new about the language every day.