Science Fiction Studies

#126 = Volume 42, Part 2 = July 2015


SPECIAL ISSUE ON ITALIAN SCIENCE FICTION
Edited by Umberto Rossi, Arielle Saiber, and Salvatore Proietti

ARTICLES

REVIEW-ESSAYS

  • Felice Beneduce. Progress and Reaction in Early Italian SF: A New Translation of Paolo Mantegazza’s The Year 3000: A Dream           

  • Paweł Frelik. Greener Than You Think: Canavan and Robinson’s Green Planets: Ecology and Science Fiction      

     

BOOKS IN REVIEW

  • Burnham’s Greg Egan (Graham J. Murphy)         

  • Chapman/Cull’s SF and Popular Cinema (Sonja Fritzsche)           

  • Clarke’s Neocybernetics and Narrative (Walter Merryman)       

  • Germaná/Mousoutzanis’s Apocalyptic Discourse in Contemporary Culture (Malisa Kurtz)          

  • Gomel’s Science Fiction, Alien Encounters, and the Ethics of Posthumanism (Seo-Young Chu)  

  • Hrotic’s Religion in Science Fiction (Gerry Canavan)       

  • Kakoudaki’s Anatomy of a Robot (Lisa Swanstrom)        

  • Kerman/Browning’s The Fantastic in Holocaust Literature and Film (Elana Gomel)        

  • Kincaid’s Call and Response (Gary K. Wolfe)     

  • McGrath’s Deep Ends: The J.G. Ballard Anthology 2014 (Michael Jarvis)               

  • McMillan’s Orbiting Ray Bradbury’s Mars (Paris Brown)             

  • Ranisch/Sorgner’s Post- and Transhumanism (Hallvard Haug)  

  • Vas-Deyres/Bergeron/Guay/Plet-Nicolas/André’s Les Dieux cachés de la science-fiction française et francophone (1950-2010) (Arthur B. Evans)    

 

NOTES AND CORRESPONDENCE

  • George Edgar Slusser (1939-2014) (Arthur B. Evans)        

  • ICFA 36 (Graham Hall)  

  • The Mimetic, Hermetic, and Apocalyptic (David Ketterer)          

  • Aesthetics, Artificiality, and Virtuality in SF (David Ketterer)     

  • Howell Davies and John Wyndham (David Ketterer)     

  • 2015-2016 Mullen Fellowships (Sherryl Vint)    


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