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TAKACS, Stacy. Monsters, Monsters Everywhere: Spooky TV and the Politics of Fear in Post-9/11 America. #107, 36:1 [March 2009]. 1-22.

TELOTTE, J.P. Doing Science in Machine Age Horror: The Mummy’s Case #90, 30:2 [July 2003].217-30.

------. Enframing the Self: The Hardware and Software of Hardware #67, 22:3 [November 1995].323-32.

------. Just Imagine-ing the Metropolis of Modern America. #69, 23:2 [July 1996].161-70.

------. "So Big": The Monumental Technology of Things to Come. #74, 25:1 [March 1998].77-86.

THEALL, Donald F. The Art of Social-Science Fiction: The Ambiguous Utopian Dialectics of Ursula K. Le Guin. (Full Text) #7, 2:3 [November 1975].256-64.

Thibodeau, Amanda. Alien Bodies and a Queer Future: Sexual Revision in Octavia butler's "Bloodchild" and James Tiptree, Jr.'s "With Delicate Mad Hands". #117, 39:2 [July 2012]. 262-282.

THOMAS, Pascal J. The Current State of SF in France. #49, 16:3 [November 1989].298-306.

THOMPSON, Craig. Searching for Totality: Antinomy and the "Absolute" in Bruce Sterling's Schizmatrix. #54, 18:2 [July 1991].198-209.

THORPE, Charles. Death of a Salesman: Petit-Bourgeois Dread in Philip K. Dick's Mainstream Fiction. #115, 38:3 [November 2011]. 412-434.

TOLEDANO REDONDO, Juan C. From Socialist Realism to Anarchist Capitalism: Cuban Cyberpunk. #97, 32:3 [November 2005]. 442-66.

TREMAINE, Louis. Historical Consciousness in Stapledon and Malraux. #33, 11: [July 1984].130-38.

TRITT, Michael. Byron's "Darkness" and Asimov's "Nightfall," #23, 8:1 [March 1981].26-28.

TSCHACHLER, Heinz. Despotic Reason in Arcadia? Ernest Callenbach's Ecological Utopias. #34, 11:3 [November 1984].304-17.

 

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UNWIN, Timothy. Jules Verne: Negotiating Change in the Nineteenth Century. #95, 32:1 [March 2005]. 5-17. (Full text)

URBANOWICZ, Victor. Personal and Political in Le Guin's The Dispossessed.  #15, 5:2 [July 1978].110-17.(Full Text)

 

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VALLORANI, Nicoletta. The Body of the City: Angela Carter's The Passion of the New Eve. #64, 21:3 [November 1994].365-79. (Full Text)

VAN PARYS, Thomas. A Fantastic Voyage into Inner Space: Description in Science-Fiction Novelizations. #114, 38:2 [July 2011]. 288-303.

VERNIER, J.-P. The SF of J.H. Rosny the Elder. #6, 2:2 [July 1975].156-63.(Full Text)

VESELÀ, Pavla. Neither Black nor White: The Critical Utopias of Sutton E. Griggs and James Schuyler. #114, 38.2 [July 2011]. 270-287.

VINT, Sherryl. Animal Studies in the Era of Biopower. #112, 37:3 [November 2010]. 444-455.

------. Becoming Other: Animals, Kinship, and Butler's Clay's Ark. #96, 32:2 [July 2005].281-301.

------. Double Identity: Interpellation in Gwyneth Jones’s Aleutian Trilogy. #85, 29:3 [November 2001].399-425.

------. “Only by Experience”: Embodiment and the Limitations of Realism in Neo-Slave Narratives. #102, 34:2 [July 2007]

VLASOPOLOS, Anca. Frankenstein's Hidden Skeleton: The Psycho-Politics of Oppression. #30, 10:2 [July 1983].125-36.

VONARBURG, Elisabeth. See SPEHNER.

 

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WAGAR, W. Warren. J.G. Ballard and the Transvaluation of Utopia. #53, 18:2 [March 1991].53-70.

WALKER, Jeanne Murray. Myth, Exchange, and History in The Left Hand of Darkness. #18, 6:2 [July 1979].180-89. (Full Text)

------. Reciprocity and Exchange in William Golding's The Inheritors. #25, 7:3 [November 1981].297-310.

WARRICK, Patricia. The Encounter of Taoism and Fascism in Philip K. Dick's The Man in the High Castle.  #21, 7:2 [July 1980].174-90.

WATSON, Ian. The Forest as Metaphor for Mind: "The Word for World is Forest" and "Vaster Than Empires and More Slow."  #7, 2: [November 1975].231-37. (Full Text)

------. Le Guin's Lathe of Heaven and the Role of Dick. #5, 2:1 [March 1875].67-75. (Full Text)

WEINBAUM, Batya. Sex-Reversal in the Thirties: Leslie F. Stone's "The Conquest of Gola." #73, 24:3 [November 1997].471-82.

WEINSTONE, Ann. Resisting Monsters. Notes on Solaris. #63, 21:2 [July 1994].173-90.

WEISS, Allan. Separations and Unities: Approaches to Québec Separatism in English- and French-Canadian Fantastic Literature. #74, 25:1 [March 1998].53-60.

WEISSERT, Thomas P. Stanislaw Lem and a Topology of Mind. #57, 19:2 [July 1992].161-65.(Full Text)

        WELLS, H.G. Utopias, #27, 9:2 [July 1982].117-21. (Full Text)

        ------. Woman and Primitive Culture. #23, 8:1 [March 1981].35-37.

         WENAUS, Andrew. Fractal Narrative, Paraspace, and Strange Loops: The Paradox of Escape in Jeff Noon's Vurt. #113, 38:1 [March 2011].         155-174.

        WESTFAHL, Gary. "The Closely Reasoned Technological Story": The Critical History of Hard Science Fiction. #60, 20:2 [July 1993].157-75.

        ------. Evolution of Modern Science Fiction: The Textual History of Hugo Gernsback's Ralph 124C41+. #68, 23:1 [March 1998].37-82. (Full         text.)

        ------. "The Jules Verne, H.G. Wells, Edgar Allan Poe Type of Story": Hugo Gernsback's History of Science Fiction. #58, 19:3 [November         1992].340.

        ------. The Popular Tradition of Science Fiction Criticism, 1926-1980. #78, 26:2 [July 1999].187-212. (Full Text)

------. Wanted: A Symbol for Science Fiction. #65, 22:1 [March 1995].1-21.

WHALEN, Terence. The Future of a Commodity: Notes Toward a Critique of Cyberpunk and the Information Age. #56, 19:1 [March 1992].75-88.

WHITE, Eric. The Erotics of Becoming: XENOGENESIS and The Thing. #61, 20:3 [November 1993].394-408. (Full Text)

WHITE, Michael D. Ellison's Harlequin: Irrational Moral Action in Static Time. #12, 4:2 [July 1977].161-65.

WILLEMS, Philippe. A Stereoscopic Vision of the Future: Albert Robida's Twentieth Century. #79, 26:2 [July 1999].354-78.

WILLETT, Ralph. Moorcock's Achievement and Promise in the Jerry Cornelius Books #8, 3:1 [March 1976].75-79. (Full Text)

WILLIAMS, Donna Glee. The Moons of Le Guin and Heinlein. #63, 21:2 [July 1994].164-72.

WILLIAMS, Raymond. Science Fiction. #46, 15:3 [November 1988].356-60. (Full Text)

------. Utopia and SF. #16, 5:3 [November 1978].203-14.  (Full Text)                                                                                                  

WILLIAMS, Paul. Beyond Mad Max III: Race, Empire, and Heroism on Post-Apocalyptic Terrain. #96, 32:2 [July 2005].301-15.

WILLIAMS, Tony. Female Oppression in Attack of the 50-Foot Woman. #37, 12:3 [November 1985].264-73.

WILLIAMSON, Jack. On Science Fiction in College. #70, 23:3 [November 1996].375-76.

WILLINGHAM, Ralph. Dystopian Visions in the Plays of Elias Canetti. #56, 19:1 [March 1992].69-74.

WILLIS, Martin T. Edison as Time Traveler: H.G. Wells's Inspiration for his First Scientific Character. #78, 26:2 [July 1999].284-94. (Full Text)

WINSTON, David. Iambulus' Islands of the Sun and Hellenistic Literary Utopias, #10, 3:3 [November 1976].219-27.(Full Text)

WOLFE, Gary K. Mythic Structures in Cordwainer Smith's "The Game of Rat and Dragon," #12, 4:2 [July 1977].144-50.

WONG Kin Yuen. On the Edge of Spaces: Blade Runner, The Ghost in the Shell, and Hong Kong's Cityscape #80, 27:3 [November 199].1-21. (Full TExt)

WOOD, Brent. William S. Burroughs and the Language of Cyberpunk. #68, 23:2 [March 1996].11-26. (Full text.)

WORLAND, Rick. Sign-Posts Up Ahead: The Twilight Zone, The Outer Limits, and TV Political Fantasy 1959-1965. #68, 23:1 [March 1996].103-22. (Full text.)

 

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YAMPELL, Cat. When Science Blurs the Boundaries: The Commodification of the Animal in Young Adult Science Fiction. #105 35:2 [July 2008]. 207-22. (Full Text.)

YUEN, Wong Kin. See WONG.

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ZAKI, Hoda M. Utopia, Dystopia, and Ideology in the SF of Octavia Butler. #51, 17:2 [July 1990].239-51.

ŽARNAY, Joseph, Science Fiction from a Dusty Shelf: A Short History of the Fantastic in Slovak Literature to 1948. #68, 23:2 [March 1996].27-36. (Full text.)

ZEENDER, Marie-Noelle. The "Moi-peau" of Leto II in Herbert's Atreides Saga. #66, 22:2 [July 1995].226-33. (Full Text)

ZGORZELSKI, Andrzej. Is SF a Genre of Fantastic Literature?. #19, 6:3 [November 1979].296.

ZINS, Daniel L. Rescuing Science from Technocracy: Cat's Cradle and the Play of Apocalypse. #39, 13:2 [July 1986].170-81.

ZUBERI, Nabeel.  Is This The Future? Black Music and Technology Discourse #102, 34:2 [July 2007]

 

 

 

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