Science Fiction Studies

#124 = Volume 41, Part 3 = November 2014




  • Rudi Kraeher. Neoliberalism, Posthumanism, and Memory in Latin American SF and Technoculture Studies: Ginway and Brown’s Latin America Science Fiction: Theory and Practice      
  • Marie-Hélène Huet. Art, Bricolage, and Engineering at the End of the World: Williams’s The Triumph of Human Empire



  • Bould’s “Africa SF” in Paradoxa (Jalondra Davis Brown)              
  • Chilese/Preußer’s Technik in Dystopien (Peter Seyferth)            
  • Gomel’s Narrative Space and Time (Stephen Dougherty)            
  • Jones’s Gothic Machine: Textualities, Pre-cinematic Media and Film in Popular Visual Culture, 1670-1910 (Mackenzie Gregg)    
  • Gulyas’s Extraterrestrials and the American Zeitgeist (Laura Thursby)   
  • Huet’s The Culture of Disaster (Roger Luckhurst)             
  • Krementsov’s Revolutionary Experiments: The Quest for Immortality in Bolshevik Science and Fiction (Anindita Banerjee)     
  • LaGrandeur’s Androids and Intelligent Networks in Early Modern Literature and Culture (Deborah Willis)         
  • Newell/Lamont’s Judith Merril: A Critical Study and George’s Gendering Science Fiction Films: Invaders from the Suburbs (Stina Attebery)        
  • Smyrniw’s Ukranian Science Fiction (Brittany Roberts) 
  • Smith’s Globalization, Utopia, and Postcolonial Science Fiction: New Maps of Hope (Jerome Winter)
  • O’Driscoll’s Translation of Verne’s Golden Danube (Arthur B. Evans)     
  • Wieser/C.Zolles/Feik/M.Zolles/Schlöndorff’sAbendländische Apokalyptik (Lars Schmeink)    



  • UCR Awarded Sawyer Seminar Fellowship (Sherryl Vint, Nalo Hopkinson, Rob Latham)               
  • Eaton Collection Receives $3.5 Million Donation (Rob Latham)
  • Enhanced Mullen Fellowships (Sherryl Vint)     
  • R.U.R. (Alana Quinn)     
  • New Approaches to SF Criticism (Rebekah Sheldon)
  • French SF Conference (Sherryl Vint)      
  • 2014 Pilgrim Award (Roger Luckhurst, Lisa Yaszek, Craig Jacobsen)
  • Edgeland Futurism in San Diego (Nalo Hopkinson)         
  • Panel on Italian SF (Giulia Iannuzzi)       
  • Wyndham’s Martian Rover (David Ketterer)
  • Corrigenda (Rob Latham)            
  • Variorum Moreau Available (Robert Philmus)

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