Science Fiction Studies

#138 = Volume 46, Part 2 = July 2019



  • Caroline Edwards. The Palimpsestic Timetables of Russian SF: Banerjee’s Russian Science Fiction Literature and Cinema     

  • Stephen Dougherty. History in a Minor Key: Carver’s Alternative Histories and Nineteenth-Century Literature      


  • Abbott’s Imagining Urban Futures (Moacir P. de Sá Pereira)

  • Adami/Bellino/Mengozzi’s Other Worlds and Narrative Construction of Otherness (Bodhisattva Chattopadhyay)

  • Baron/Halvorsen/Cornea’s Science Fiction, Ethics, and the Human Condition (Russell Blackford)  

  • Blackford’s SF and the Moral Imagination (Patrick A. McCarthy)              

  • Bogue’s American and Japanese Atomic Cinema, 1951-1967 (J.P. Telotte)

  • Cordle’s Late Cold World Literature and Culture (Rob Latham)  

  • Fenwick’s Understanding Kubrick’s 2001  (Troy Michael Bordun)             

  • Gunkel’s Robot Rights (Thomas E. Simmons)

  • Hammond’s British Dystopian Fiction, 1945-1990 (Andrew M. Butler)

  • Knickerbocker’s Linqua Cosmica (Suparno Banerjee)

  • Labarre’s Heavy Metal, l’autre Métal Hurlant (Sylvie Bérard)

  • Martin’s Logique de la science-fiction (Amy J. Ransom)

  • May’s Rockets and Ray Guns (Chad Andrews)   

  • Napier’s Miyazakiworld: A Life in Art (Jonathan Clements)

  • Schweitzer’s Zombies, Viruses, and the End of the World (Kari Nixon)  

  • Sharp’s Darwinian Feminism and Early SF (Veronica Hollinger)


  • Remembering Gene Wolfe, 1931-2019 (Joan Gordon)                
  • Calls for papers, calls for chapters, and notable exhibitions        
  • Notes on Contributors  

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