University of Alberta. PhD in Comparative Literature and Humanities Computing. Supervisors: Professor Geoffrey Rockwell and Professor Massimo Verdicchio. expected completion in 2017.
McGill University. Master of Arts in East Asian Studies. Supervisor: Professor Thomas Lamarre. Title of the Thesis: Japaneseness and Video Games: An Analysis of Localization and Circulation of Japanese Video Games in North America. 2011.
Université de Montréal. Bachelor of History and East Asian Studies. 2009.
Pelletier-Gagnon, Jérémie. "'Very much like any other Japanese RPG you've ever played': using undirected topic modeling to examine the evolution of JRPGs' presence in Anglophone web publications" The Journal of Gaming and Virtual Worlds 10:3 (upcoming Winter 2019).
Picard, Martin et Jérémie Pelletier-Gagnon. « Remise en cause des modèles et quête de soi chez l'adolescent japonais dans Neon Genesis Evangelion » Séries cultes et culte de la série chez les jeunes. Martin Julier-Costes, eds., Québec: Les Presses de l'Université Laval. 2014.
Replaying Japan: The International Japan Game Studies Conference. Conference coordinator and webmaster. 2014-2017.
Digital Narratives Around the World: Symposium on the Global Encounters of Computing and Storytelling. Co-organizer and webmaster, University of Alberta, Edmonton. May 18, 2017.
Research Assistant and Webdesign for Ecopoesia.com: Mapping Poetry and Environment in Latin America. Funded by SSHRC. Project Director Prof. Odile Cisneros. University of Alberta. 2017
Research Assistant for NovelTM: Text Mining the Novel. Project Director Prof. Andrew Piper. Worked under Project Co-Investigator Prof. Geoffrey Rockwell. University of Alberta. 2015.
Research Assistant for GRAND NCE. Worked under Prof. Geoffrey Rockwell, University of Alberta. 2013-2015.
Edmonton Environmentally Sensitive Sites Digital Mapping URI Project. Project leader. University of Alberta. January to April, 2014.
Research Student, Faculty of Representational Studies (hyōgengakubu), Wako University, 2013. Supervisor: Prof. Toshiya Ueno
Media Mix Summer Program 2014. Organized by the Kadokawa Culture Promotion Foundation Media-Content Research Project and the University of Tokyo. University of Tokyo. July 14 to July 26, 2014.
Anime Mix Master Class. Organized by Mark Steinberg and Matthew Penny. Concordia University. January, 2012.
President’s Doctoral Prize of Distinction, University of Alberta, 2015-2017
Joseph-Armand Bombardier CGS Doctoral Scholarship. Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. 2015.
Michael Smith Foreign Study Supplements, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. 2015.
GRAND Graduate Scholar award. GRAND Research Network for Excellence. 2014.
2012 Monbukagakusho Research Student Fellowship. Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of Japan (MEXT). 2012-2014.