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Bendle, Mervyn F. “Teleportation, Cyborgs and the Posthuman Ideology.” Social Semiotics 12:1 (Apr. 2002): 45-62.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | biotechnology | capitalism | cults | cybernetics | cyborgs | economics | genetics | internet | Katherine Hayles | mythology | nanotechnology | popular sciences | posthumanism | social sciences | technology | teleportation | theory | transhumanism | utopia
  
Benford, Gregory, and Elisabeth Malartre. “A Cyborged World.” Fantasy Science Fiction 102:2 (Feb. 2002): 113-123.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | body | cartoons | Computers & Digital Technology | cyborgs | film | neurology | popular sciences | science fiction
  
Berrettini, Mark. “Can ‘We All’ Get Along? Social Difference, the Future, and Strange Days.” Camera Obscura 17:50 (May 2002): 155-190.
Keywords: apocalypse | film | popular sciences | science fiction | social sciences | technology
  
Bok, Christian. Pataphysics: The Poetics of an Imaginary Science. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press, 2002.
Keywords: poetics | popular sciences | science & technology studies
  
Bolton, Christopher. “The Mecha's Blind Spot: Patlabor 2 and the Phenomenology of Anime.” Science Fiction Studies. 29:3 (Nov. 2002): 453-474.
Keywords: anime | film | popular sciences | robots | science fiction | technology | theory | vision | visual arts—20th C | Vivian Sobchack
  
Cohen, Jack. “Is Biology Science?” Biologist 49:4 (Aug. 2002): 188.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | film | popular sciences | science fiction | theory
  
Dennithorne Johnston, Paul. “Writing to Tell: A Spoonful of Fiction.” ETC: Review General Semantics 59:3 (Fall 2002): 260-268.
Keywords: popular sciences | relativity | science fiction | semantics | visual arts—20th C
  
Dimitrakaki, Angela, and Milton Tsiantis. “Terminators, Monkeys and Mass Culture: The Carnival of Time in Science Fiction Films.” Time & Society 11:2 (Sept. 2002): 209-231.
Keywords: capitalism | fantasy | film | Mikhail Bakhtin | narrative | politics | popular sciences | science fiction | technology | theory | time
  
Ellis, Kathleen. “New World, Old Habits: Patriarchal Ideology in Star Wars: A New Hope.” Australian Screeen Education 30 (Spring 2002): 135-139.
Keywords: ethics | film | George Lucas | ideology | popular sciences | science fiction | social sciences
  
Ferguson, Kathy E. “This Species Which Is Not One: Identity Practices in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.” Strategies: Journal Theory, Culture Politics. 15:2 (Nov. 2002): 181-195.
Keywords: gender studies | identity | Luce Irigaray | metaphysics | Michel Foucault | popular sciences | Psychological & Cognitive Studies | science fiction | social sciences | symbiotics | technology | television
  
Freedman, Carl. “London as Science Fiction: A Note on Some Images from Johnson, Blake, Wordsworth, Dickens and Orwell.” Extrapolation 43:3 (Fall 2002): 251-263.
Keywords: Charles Dickens | George Orwell | popular sciences | Samuel Johnson | science fiction | William Blake | William Wordsworth
  
Graham, Elaine L. Representations of the Post/human: Monsters, Aliens and Others in Popular Culture. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2002.
Keywords: archaeology | artificial intelligence | biotechnology | Bruno Latour | cybernetics | cyborg | Donna Haraway | economy | gender studies | Gene Roddenberry | golem | Human Genome Project | Isaac Asimov | literature—biblical | Mary Shelley | Michel Foucault | myth | popular sciences | posthumanism | postmodernism | religion | René Descartes | robots | science fiction | Sherry Turkle | social sciences | technology | theory | transcendence | utopia | virtual reality
  
Gross, Paul R. “The Apotheosis of Stephen Jay Gould.” New Criterion 21:2 (Oct. 2002): 77-81.
Keywords: paleontology | popular sciences | Stephen Jay Gould
  
Harris, Mason. “Vivisection, the Culture of Science, and Intellectual Uncertainty in The Island of Doctor Moreau.” Gothic Studies 4:2 (Nov. 2002): 99-116.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | H.G. Wells | horror | literature—19th C | medicine | pain | popular sciences | sadism | vivisection
  
Harris, Steven B. “A.I. and the Return of the Krell Machine.” Skeptic 9:3 (2002): 68-79.
Keywords: artificial intelligence | nanotechnology | nuclear energy | physical & mathematical sciences | physics | popular sciences | science fiction
  
Jameson, Fredric. “Radical Fantasy.” Historical Materialism 10:4 (2002): 273-280.
Keywords: androids | artificial intelligence | cyborgs | ethics | fantasy | Frank Herbert | Georg Wilhelm Hegel | Ludwig Feuerbach | magic | mythology | occult | popular sciences | postmodern | premodern | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | religion | robots | science fiction | Social Science | superstition | technology | telepathy | theory | time travel | Ursula Le Guin
  
Kimball, A. Samuel. “Conceptions and Contraceptions of the Future: Terminator 2, The Matrix, and Alien Resurrection.” Camera Obscura 17:50 (May 2002): 69-108.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | conception | extinction | film | metaphor | photography | popular sciences | science fiction | symbolism | technology | theory
  
Kinyon, Kamila. “Laughter in Zamiatin's We: Passageways into the Irrational.” Extrapolation 43:2 (Summer 2002): 204-218.
Keywords: Darko Suvin | estrangement | Evgenii Ivanovich Zamiatin | film | humor | laughter | popular sciences | rhetoric of science | science fiction | semiotics
  
Lehmann, Vivian V. Contemporary French Science Fiction (1950--1980): A Literature of Crisis. Ph.D. Dissertation: Stanford University, 2002.
Keywords: apocalypse | crisis | literature--20th C | luddite | nuclear power | popular sciences | science fiction | social sciences | theory
  
Levy, Michael M. “Dutchess of Malfi Revisited: J.R. Dunn's Science Fiction Revenge Tragedy.” Extrapolation 43:4 (Winter 2002): 456-465.
Keywords: drama | J.R. Dunn | John Webster | popular sciences | revenge | symbolism
  
Lippens, Ronnie. “Imachinations of Peace: Scientifictions of Peace in Iain M. Banks's The Player of Games.” Utopian Studies 13:1 (2002): 135-147.
Keywords: Iain M. Banks | nature | peace | popular sciences | science fiction | technology | utopia
  
Lustig, Harry, and Kirsten Shepherd-Barr. “Science as Theater.” American Scientist 90:6 (Nov.-Dec. 2002): 550-556.
Keywords: alchemy | allegory | Ben Jonson | Bertolt Brecht | Biological Sciences | C.P. Snow | Charles Darwin | Christopher Marlow | drama | ethics | evolution | George Bernard Shaw | Hallie Flanagan | literature—Renaissance | metaphor | metaphor | Michael Frayn | nuclear power | Paul Mullin | Physical Sciences | physics | popular sciences | social sciences | technology | Timberlake Wertenbaker | Tom McGrath | visual arts—20th C
  
Malmgren, Carl. “Meta-SF: The Examples of Dick, LeGuin, and Russ.” Extrapolation 43:1 (Spring 2002): 22-35.
Keywords: Joanna Russ | narrative | Philip K. Dick | popular sciences | science fiction | Ursula Le Guin
  
Marvin, Thomas F. Kurt Vonnegut: A Critical Companion. Westport, CN: Greenwood Press, 2002. Kurt Vonnegut, science fiction, Howard W. Campbell, Jr.
Keywords: | Henry David Thoreau | popular sciences | postmodernism | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | satire
  
Mather, Philippe. “Figures of Estrangement in Science Fiction Film.” Science Fiction Studies 29:2 (July 2002): 186-201.
Keywords: estrangement | film | popular sciences | science fiction | social sciences | technology
  
Monnet, Livia. “Towards the Feminine Sublime, or the Story of ‘ATwinkling Monad, Shape-shifting across Dimension’: Intermediality, Fantasy and Special Effects in Cyberpunk Film and Animation.” Japan Forum 14:2 (Sept. 2002): 225-268.
Keywords: aesthetics | Andy Wachowski | animation | cyberpunk | fantasy | film | gender studies | Larry Wachowski | Oshii Mamoru | popular sciences | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | science fiction | theory | visual arts—20th C
  
Moyer, Michael. “The Physics of Time Travel.” Popular Science 260:3 (Mar. 2002): 52-53.
Keywords: black holes | physical & mathematical sciences | physics | popular sciences | science fiction | string theory | time | wormholes
  
Podeschi, Christopher W. “The Nature of Future Myths: Environmental Discourse in Science Fiction Film, 1950-1999.” Sociological Spectrum 22:3 (Jul. 2002): 251-297.
Keywords: discourse | ecology | environmental sciences | film | myths | narrative | nature | popular sciences | rhetoric of science | science fiction | social sciences | technology | theory
  
Rossi, Umberto. “Fourfold Symmetry: The Interplay of Fictional Levels in Five More or Less Prestigious Novels by Philip K. Dick. Extrapolation 43:4 (Winter 2002): 398-420.
Keywords: Computers & Digital Technology | narrative | Philip K. Dick | popular sciences | science fiction | simulation
  
Schroeder, Randy. “Inheriting Chaos: Burroughs, Pynchon, Sterling, Rucker.” Extrapolation 43:1 (Spring 2002): 89-97.
Keywords: Bruce Sterling | chaos | inheritance | inheritance | physical & mathematical sciences | physics | popular sciences | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | rhetoric of science | Rudy Rucker | science fiction | Thomas Pynchon | William S. Burroughs
  
Sey, James. “Critical Contexts of Pathology: Psychopathology, Inner Space and the Automotive Death Drive: J.G. Ballard.” South African Journal Psychology 32:2 (June 2002): 55-60.
Keywords: aesthetics | J.G. Ballard | mental illness | popular sciences | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | psychopathology | science fiction | social sciences | technology | trauma
  
Shermer, Michael B. “This View of Science: Stephen Jay Gould as Historian of Science and Scientific Historian, Popular Scientist and Scientific Popularizer.” Social Studies Science 32:4 (Aug. 2002): 489-524.
Keywords: biography | Biological Sciences | Charles Darwin | evolution | geology | paleontology | philosophy | popular sciences | science & technology studies | social sciences | Stephen Jay Gould | Thomas Kuhn
  
Silver, Anna Krugovoy. “The Cyborg Mystique.” Women’s Studies Quarterly 30:1-2 (Spring/Summer 2002): 60-76.
Keywords: Betty Friedan | Brian Forbes | film | gender studies | popular sciences | science fiction
  
Swope, Richard. “Science Fiction Cinema and the Crime of Social-Spatial Reality.” Science Fiction Studies 29:2 (July 2002): 221-246.
Keywords: film | physical & mathematical sciences | popular sciences | postmodernism | science fiction | technology | time
  
Thacker, Eugene. “Bio-X: Removing Bodily Contingency in Regenerative Medicine.” Journal Medical Humanities 23:3 (Fall 2002): 239-253.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | ethics | genetics | medicine | popular sciences | science fiction | social sciences