Science Fiction Studies

#136 = Volume 45, Part 3 = November 2018


ARTICLES

SPECIAL ISSUE ON SF AND THE CLIMATE CRISIS

Edited by Brent Ryan Bellamy and Veronica Hollinger

  • Symposium on Science Fiction and the Climate Crisis.   

  • DESIGN EARTH. Of Oil and Ice.    

REVIEW-ESSAY

  • Terry Harpold. “À la Hogarth”: Verne’s Robur the Conqueror.    

BOOKS IN REVIEW

  • Garforth’s Green Utopias: Environmental Hope Before and After Nature (Gerry Canavan).          

  • Ghosh’s The Great Derangement: Climate Change and the Unthinkable  (Ericka Hoagland).        

  • Streeby’s Imagining the Future of Climate Change (Conrad Scott).          

  • Ashley’s Science Fiction Magazines from 1981 to 1990 (Paul Kincaid).     

  • Benford/Westfahl/Hendrix/Miller’s Bridges to Science Fiction and Fantasy (Nicholas Ruddick).              

  • Bowler’s Prophets of Progress from H.G. Wells to Isaac Asimov (Patrick A. McCarthy).  

  • Burton’s The Philosophy of Science Fiction (Leslie J. Fernandez).              

  • Edri/Gurevitch’s Science Fiction beyond Borders (Keren Omry).

  • Garlington’s The Adventures of Acidman: Psychedelics and the Evolution of Consciousness in Science Fiction and Superhero Comics from the 1960s Onward (Eric Berlatsky).  

  • Hayles’s Unthought: The Power of the Cognitive Unconscious (Colin Milburn).

  • Hubble/MacCallum-Stewart/Norman’s The Science Fiction of Iain M. Banks (Chad Andrews).

  • James’s The Journals of Samuel Delany, Vol. 1 (Carl Freedman).               

  • López-Pellisa’s La Ciencia ficción en la cultura española (Sara Martín). 

  • Segaloff’s The Provocative Life of Harlan Ellison (Gary K. Wolfe).            

  • Telotte’s Animating the Science Fiction Imagination (Rick Cousins).       

  • Towlson’s Close Encounters of the Third Kind (David Hollands).

  • Trudel’s Petit Guide de la science-fiction au Québec (Amy Ransom).       

  • Wilson’s J.G. Ballard and Sellars’s Applied Ballardianism (Rob Latham).              

NOTES AND CORRESPONDENCE

  • Eulogy for Ursula K. Le Guin (Robert M. Philmus)            

  • SF and the Digital Humanities (Lisa Swanstrom)              

  • Reply to Elana Gomel’s Review (Rob Latham)   

  • Calls for Essays                

  • Notes on Contributors 


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