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Andreadis, Athena. "The Double Helix: Why Science Needs Science Fiction." Thought & Action 19.1 (2003): 9-17.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: Biological Sciences | pedagogy | popular sciences | science and technology studies | science fiction
Attebery, Brian. "’But Aren't Those Just ... You Know, Metaphors?’: Postmodern Figuration in the Science of James Morrow and Gwyneth Jones.” In Hollinger (Collections): pp. 90-107. [2002]
Rhetoric of Science
Keywords: Gwyneth Jones | James Morrow | metaphor | popular sciences | postmodernism | rhetoric of science | science fiction
Banerjee, Anindita. "Electricity: Science Fiction and Modernity in Early Twentieth-Century Russia." Science Fiction Studies 30.1 (2003): 49-71.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: Bolshevism | electricity | literature--20th C | modernism | popular sciences | rhetoric of science | science and technology studies | science fiction
Basile, Paola. I Folli Voli di Ulisse. Ph.D. Dissertation: Universite de Montreal, 2004.
Exploration Discovery & Travel
Keywords: Arthur C. Clarke | astronauts | Christopher Columbus | Dante Alighieri | exploration discovery & travel | Friedrich Nietzsche | Homer | Leonardo da Vinci | literature—classic | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | science fiction | Stanley Kubrick | technology | visual art—Renaissance
Battaglia, Debbora. “Multiplicities: An Anthropologist's Thoughts on Replicants and Clones in Popular Film.” CritI 27 (2001): 493-514.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: cloning | film/TV | popular sciences | science fiction
Benford, Gregory, and Elisabeth Malartre. “A Cyborged World.” Fantasy Science Fiction 102:2 (Feb. 2002): 113-123.
Popular Sciences
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.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: apocalypse | film | popular sciences | science fiction | social sciences | technology
Bolton, Christopher. “The Mecha's Blind Spot: Patlabor 2 and the Phenomenology of Anime.” Science Fiction Studies. 29:3 (Nov. 2002): 453-474.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: anime | film | popular sciences | robots | science fiction | technology | theory | vision | visual arts—20th C | Vivian Sobchack
Bova, Ben. Faint Echoes, Distant Stars: The Science and Politics of Finding Life beyond Earth. New York: William Morrow, 2004.
Physical & Mathematical Sciences
Keywords: astronomy | Biological Sciences | economics | extraterrestrial | extremophiles | NASA | physical & mathematical sciences | politics | popular science | science fiction | technology | telescopes
Boyd, Katrina G. Imagined Spaces: Entertainment and Utopia in Science Fiction Films and Television Series of the 1980s and 1990s. Dissertation, Indiana University , 2001.
Biological Sciences
Keywords: Biological Sciences | dystopia | Erns Bloch | film/TV | Fredric Jameson | gender studies | popular science | Psychological Sciences | science fiction | t Richard Dyer | utopia
Brown, James. “Through the Looking Glass: Victor Frankenstein and Robert Owen.” Extrapolation 43:3 (Fall 2002): 263-276.
Technology
Keywords: Edmund Burke | education | feminism | industrial revolution | Jeremy Bentham | Karl Marx | Mary Shelley | Mary Wollstonecraft | nature | popular sciences | Robert Owen | romanticism | science fiction | social sciences | socialism | socialism | technology | Thomas Malthus | utopias | William Godwin
Bukatman, Scott. Garbage: The Stuff Dreams Are Made Of: Response to Michael Shanks, David Platt, and William L. Rathje. Modernism/modernity 11 (January 2004): 85-87.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: film | garbage | popular sciences | science fiction | technology
Cicioni, Mirna. “Moral Snares and Parables: Between Science Fiction and Midrash.” In Kremer (Collections), pp. 75-87. [2001]
Popular Sciences
Keywords: popular sciences | Primo Levi | science fiction
Cohen, Jack. “Is Biology Science?” Biologist 49:4 (Aug. 2002): 188.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: Biological Sciences | film | popular sciences | science fiction | theory
Cornell, Christine. “The Interpretative Journey in Ursula K. Le Guin's The Left Hand of Darkness .” Extrapolation 42(4): 317-327. [2001]
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: androgyny | gender studies | narrative | psychological and cognitive sciences | rhetoric of science | science fiction | Ursula K. Le Guin
Cornils, Ingo. "The Martians Are Coming! War, Peace, Love, and Scientific Progress in H. G. Wells's 'The War of the Worlds' and Kurd Laßwitz's 'Auf Zwei Planeten.'" Comparative Literature 55.1 (2003): 24-41.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: culture studies | Herbert George (H. G.) Wells | Kurd Laßwitz | literature--19th, 20th C | Love | popular sciences | progress | rhetoric of science | science fiction | social sciences | war
Cox, George W. Alien Species and Evolution: The Evolutionary Ecology of Exotic Plants, Animals, Microbes, and Interacting Native Species. Washington, DC: Island Press, 2004.
Environmental Sciences
Keywords: alien species | environmental sciences | evolution | exotic plants | microbiology | popular sciences | science fiction | theory
Davis, Alcena Madeline. The Future in Feminism: Reading Strategies for Feminist Theory and Science Fiction. Ph.D. Dissertation: Louisiana State University & Agricultural & Mechanical College, 2002.
Theory
Keywords: Alice Sheldon | Angela Carter | Angela Davis | Audre Lorde | gender studies | James Tiptree | Juliet Mitchell | Kate Millett | Katherine Hayles | Monique Wittig | Nalo Hopkinson | Nancy Chodorow | Nicola Griffith | Octavia Butler | popular science | praxis | racial studies | Rebecca Ore | Samuel Delany | science fiction | Shulamith Firestone | Simone de Beauvoir | Tananarive Due | Teresa de Lauretis | theory | Ursula Le Guin
De Lauretis, Teresa. "Becoming Inorganic." Critical Inquiry 29.4 (2003): 547-570.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: biotechnology | David Cronenberg | popular sciences | psychoanalysis | psychological and cognitive sciences | science and technology studies | science fiction | virtual reality
DeGraw, Sharon. The Subject of Race in American Science Fiction. Ph.D. Dissertation: Michigan State University, 2004.
Social Sciences
Keywords: Biological Sciences | Edgar Rice Burroughs | essentialism | evolution | George S. Schuyler | identity | immigration | popular sciences | postmodernism | race studies | Samuel R. Delany | science fiction | social sciences
Dennithorne Johnston, Paul. “Writing to Tell: A Spoonful of Fiction.” ETC: Review General Semantics 59:3 (Fall 2002): 260-268.
Popular Sciences
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.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: capitalism | fantasy | film | Mikhail Bakhtin | narrative | politics | popular sciences | science fiction | technology | theory | time
Ege, Müzeyyen. Das Phantastische im Spannungsfeld von Literatur und Naturwissenschaft im 20. Jahrhundert: Die Pluralität der Welten bei Paul Scheerbart, Carlos Castaneda und Robert Anton Wilson. Berlin: WVB, 2004.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: Carlos Castaneda | fantastic literature | fantasy | literature—20th C | Paul Scheerbart | popular science | Robert Anton Wilson | science fiction
Eller, Jonathan R., and William F. Touponce. Ray Bradbury: The Life of Fiction. Kent, OH: Kent State University Press, 2004.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: biography | carnivals | culture studies | popular science | Ray Bradbury | science fiction | social sciences
Ellis, Kathleen. “New World, Old Habits: Patriarchal Ideology in Star Wars: A New Hope.” Australian Screeen Education 30 (Spring 2002): 135-139.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: ethics | film | George Lucas | ideology | popular sciences | science fiction | social sciences
Ericson, Gwen Rossmiller. Contemporary Cognition: Computers, Consciousness, and Self-definition in Cognitive Science and late 20 th Century Fiction. Ph.D. Dissertation: Saint Louis University, 2001.
Computers & Digital Technology
Keywords: anthropology | computers and digital technology | Don DeLillo | literature--20th C | Neal Stephenson | neuroscience | Poul Anderson | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | Richard Powers | science fiction | Susan Daitch
Erlich, Richard D., and Diana Perkins. “Herons, Ringtrees, and Mud: Ursula K. Le Guin’s ‘The Eye of the Heron.’” Extrapolation 43 (Fall 2002): 314-329.
Environmental Sciences
Keywords: environmental sciences | feminism | hero | peace | popular sciences | postmodernism | religion | science fiction | social sciences | Ursula K. LeGuin | wilderness
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.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: gender studies | identity | Luce Irigaray | metaphysics | Michel Foucault | popular sciences | Psychological & Cognitive Studies | science fiction | social sciences | symbiotics | technology | television
Franklin, Marianne. “Walter Benjamin.” In May (Collections): pp. 12-42. [2002]
Science & Technology Studies
Keywords: aesthetics | cyborgs | Donna Haraway | film | internet | Marxism | Marxism | mysticism | mythology | philosophy | photography | popular sciences | propaganda | science and technology studies | science fiction | social sciences | technology | Theodore Adorno | theory | visual arts—20th C | Walter Benjamin | war
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.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: Charles Dickens | George Orwell | popular sciences | Samuel Johnson | science fiction | William Blake | William Wordsworth
Freedman, Carl. “Science Fiction and the Two Cultures: Reflections after the Snow-Leavis Controversy.” Extrapolation 42 (2001): 207-217.
Science & Technology Studies
Keywords: C. P. Snow | F. R. Leavis | science and technology studies | science fiction
Gaggi, Silvio. "The Cyborg and the Net: Figures of the Technology Subject." Bucknell Review 46.2 (2003): 125-140.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: cyborg | internet | popular sciences | science and technology studies | science fiction | technology
Geraghty, Lincoln. "Telling Tales of the Future: Science Fiction and Star Trek's Exemplary Narratives." Reconstruction: Studies in Contemporary Culture 3.2 (2003): 22- .
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: drama | exemplarity | popular sciences | rhetoric of science | science fiction | Star Trek | television
Ginway, M. Elizabeth. Brazilian Science Fiction: Cultural Myths and Nationhood in the Land of the Future. Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell University Press, 2004.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: aliens | culture studies | cyberpunk | dystopia | ecology | gender studies | graphic novels | identity | literature—20th C | modernization | popular sciences | robots | science fiction | social sciences
Glinert, Lewis. “Golem! The Making of a Modern Myth.” Symposium 55 (2001): 78-94.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: cybernetics | mythology | popular sciences | science fiction | technology
Gordon, Joan. “Utopia, Genocide, and the Other.” In Hollinger (Collections): pp. 204-217. [2002]
Biological Sciences
Keywords: Biological Sciences | genocide | popular sciences | science fiction | utopia
Graham, Elaine L. Representations of the Post/human: Monsters, Aliens and Others in Popular Culture. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2002.
Popular Sciences
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
Hamilton, Sheryl N., "Traces of the Future: Biotechnology, Science Fiction and the Media." Science Fiction Studies 30.2 (2003): 267-282.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: biotechnology | media | popular science | rhetoric of science | risk theory | science and technology studies | science fiction
Harris, Steven B. “A.I. and the Return of the Krell Machine.” Skeptic 9:3 (2002): 68-79.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: artificial intelligence | nanotechnology | nuclear energy | physical & mathematical sciences | physics | popular sciences | science fiction
Harrowitz, Nancy. “Primo Levi's Science as ‘Evil Nurse': The Lesson of Inversion.” In Kremer (Collections), pp. 59-73. [2001]
Science & Technology Studies
Keywords: Primo Levi | science and technology studies | science fiction
Hellekson, Karen. The Alternate History: Refiguring Historical Time . Kent, OH: Kent State University Press, 2001.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: Brian Aldiss | Bruce Sterling | entropy | Paul Anderson | Philip K. Dick | popular sciences | science fiction | time | Ward Moore | William Gibson
Hotchkiss, Lia M., "'Still in the Game': Cybertransformations of the 'New Flesh'" in David Cronsneberg's eXistenZ." Velvet Light Trap 52 (2003): 15-32.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: body | cyborg | David Cronseberg | science and technology studies | science fiction | technology
Hughes, James J., and John D. Lantos. “Medical Ethics through the Star Trek Lens.” L&M 20 (2001): 26-38.
Medicine
Keywords: film/TV | medicine | popular science | science fiction
Jameson, Fredric. “Radical Fantasy.” Historical Materialism 10:4 (2002): 273-280.
Popular Sciences
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
Jesser, Nancy. “Blood, Genes and Gender in Octavia Butler’s Kindred and Dawn.” Extrapolation 43 (Spring, 2002): 36-61.
Biological Sciences
Keywords: apocalypse | Biological Sciences | cyborgs | deconstruction | Donna Haraway | gender | gene theory | genetics | hero | mythology | Octavia Butler | popular sciences | race | science fiction | social sciences | stereotypes | xenophilia | xenophobia
Johnston, John “Distributed Information: Complexity Theory in the Novels of Neal Stephenson and Linda Nagata.” Science Fiction Studies 28 (July 2001): 223-245.
Computers & Digital Technology
Keywords: allegory | artificial intelligence | Biological Sciences | Bruce Sterling | chaos | computers and digital technology | Linda Nagata | nanotechnology | Neal Stephenson | rhetoric of science | science fiction | theory | Turing machines
Kerlin, Matthew S. The Possibility of Theodicy: C. S. Lewis and the Role of Imaginative Texts in the Justification of Human Suffering. Ph.D. Dissertation: Baylor University, 2004.
Theory
Keywords: C. S. Lewis | evil | imagination | Kenneth Surin | Marilyn McCord Adams | popular science | science fiction | suffering | Terrence Tilley | theology | theory
Kiesant, Knut. "Science Fiction im Barock: Der Fliegende Wandersmann nach dem Mond (1659)." Science und Fiction II: Leben auf anderen Sternen. Ed. Thomas P. Weber. Frankfurt am Main: Fischer, 2004. 41-61.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: Francis Godwin | Francis Godwin | literature—17th C | popular science | science fiction
Kimball, A. Samuel. “Conceptions and Contraceptions of the Future: Terminator 2, The Matrix, and Alien Resurrection.” Camera Obscura 17:50 (May 2002): 69-108.
Popular Sciences
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.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: Darko Suvin | estrangement | Evgenii Ivanovich Zamiatin | film | humor | laughter | popular sciences | rhetoric of science | science fiction | semiotics
Kitchin, Rob, and James Kneale. “Science Fiction or Future Fact? Exploring Imaginative Geographies of the New Millennium.” Progress in Human Geography 25 (2001): 19-35.
Social Sciences
Keywords: literature—20th C | science fiction | social sciences
Klein, Gerard. “From the Images of Science to Science Fiction.” In Parrinder (Collections), 119-126. [2001]
Popular Sciences
Keywords: popular sciences | science fiction
Klugman, Craig M. “From Cyborg Fiction to Medical Reality.” L&M 20 (2001): 39-54.
Medicine
Keywords: cyborgs | medicine | science fiction
Kucera, Paul Q. ‘Listening to Ourselves: Herbert's Dune , ‘the Voice” and Performing the Absolute.” Extrapolation 42(3): 232-245. [2001]
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: Frank Herbert | linguistics | Mikhail M. Bakhtin | mythology | psychological and cognitive sciences | rhetoric of science | science fiction | style | Wolfgang Iser
Kuusisto, Pekka Johannes. From the Center to the Circumference: Encyclopedic Topologies in Literature from Dante Through Modern Science Fiction . Ph.D. Dissertation: University of California, Riverside, 2001.
Science & Technology Studies
Keywords: Dante Alighieri | Franz Kafka | Gregory Benford | Henry James | Plato | postmodernism | rhetoric of science | science and technology studies | science fiction | Umberto Eco
Landon, Brooks. “Synthespians, Virtual Humans, and Hypermedicineia: Emerging Contours of Post-SF Film.” In Hollinger (Collections): pp. 57-73. [2002]
Biological Sciences
Keywords: Biological Sciences | film | popular sciences | science fiction | technology | virtual reality
Larbalestier, Justine. The Battle of the Sexes in Science Fiction. Middletown, CN: Wesleyan University Press, 2002.
Social Sciences
Keywords: Alice Sheldon | Charles Platt | feminism | gender studies | Hugo Gernsback | Isaac Asimov | James Michael | James Tiptree | Joanna Russ | Judith Merril | Pat Murphy | patriarchy | Philip Wylie | popular sciences | Raccoona Sheldon | science fiction | social sciences | Susan Wood
Latham, Rob. “Mutant Youth: Posthuman Fantasies and High-tech Consumption in 1990s Science Fiction.” In Hollinger (Collections), pp. 124-141. [2002]
Technology
Keywords: popular sciences | posthumanism | science fiction | technology
Laubichler, Manfred D. "Universelle Biologie: Traum und Wirklichkeit." Science und Fiction II: Leben auf Anderen Sternen. Ed. Thomas P. Weber. Frankfurt am Main: Fischer, 2004. 163-181.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: Biology | extraterrestrial life | popular sciences | science fiction
Le Guin, Ursula K. The Wave in the Mind: Talks and Essays on the Writer, the Reader, and the Imagination. Boston: Shambhala, 2004.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: literature-20th C | popular sciences | science fiction | theory | Ursula K. Le Guin
Lehmann, Vivian V. Contemporary French Science Fiction (1950--1980): A Literature of Crisis. Ph.D. Dissertation: Stanford University, 2002.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: apocalypse | crisis | literature--20th C | luddite | nuclear power | popular sciences | science fiction | social sciences | theory
Linden, Stanton J. “Margaret Cavendish and Robert Hooke: Optics and Scientific Fantasy in The Blazing World .” In Ésoterisme, Gnoses and Imaginaire Symbolique , Richard Caron and Joscelyn Godwin, eds., 611-623. Louvain, Belgium: Peeters, 2001.
Physical & Mathematical Sciences
Keywords: Margaret Cavendish | optics | physical and mathematical sciences | Robert Hooke | science fiction
Lippens, Ronnie. “Imachinations of Peace: Scientifictions of Peace in Iain M. Banks's The Player of Games.” Utopian Studies 13:1 (2002): 135-147.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: Iain M. Banks | nature | peace | popular sciences | science fiction | technology | utopia
Lucanio, Patrick, and Gary Coville. Smokin' Rockets: The Romance of Technology in American Film, Radio and Television, 1945-1962. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co., 2002.
Technology
Keywords: film | popular sciences | radio | rocketry | science fiction | technology | television
Luckhurst, Roger. "’Going Postal’: Rage, Science Fiction, and the Ends of the American Subject.” In Hollinger (Collections): pp. 124-141. [2002]
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: popular sciences | psychological and cognitive sciences | rage | science fiction
Macho, Thomas, and Annette Wunschel, Annette, eds. Science & Fiction: Űber Gedankenexperimente in Wissenschaft, Philosophie und Literatur. Frankfurt am Main: Fischer, 2004.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: philosophy | popular sciences | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | science fiction | thought experiment
Malmgren, Carl. “Meta-SF: The Examples of Dick, LeGuin, and Russ.” Extrapolation 43.1 (Spring 2002): 22-35.
Rhetoric of Science
Keywords: dreaming | Joanna Russ | metafiction | Philip K. Dick | popular sciences | psychoanalysis | rhetoric of science | science fiction | Ursula K. LeGuin | utopias
Malmgren, Carl. “Meta-SF: The Examples of Dick, LeGuin, and Russ.” Extrapolation 43:1 (Spring 2002): 22-35.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: Joanna Russ | narrative | Philip K. Dick | popular sciences | science fiction | Ursula Le Guin
Marijaq, Jan Isobel. Patriarchy and Fundamentalism in the Science Fiction of Sheri S. Tepper. Ph.D. Dissertation: California Institute Integral Studies, 2004.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: culture studies | fundamentalism | gender studies | literature—20th C | monotheism | patriarchy | popular sciences | psychopathology | science fiction | Sheri S. Tepper | social sciences
Mather, Philippe. “Figures of Estrangement in Science Fiction Film.” Science Fiction Studies 29:2 (July 2002): 186-201.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: estrangement | film | popular sciences | science fiction | social sciences | technology
Matthews, Carol Suzanne. Taken: Constructions of 'Race,' 'Biology' and Colonialism Informing the Alien Abduction Narrative in the United States. Ph.D. Dissertation: University of Kansas, 2001.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: Biology | colonialism | narrative | popular sciences | Psychology | race studies | science fiction | Science Studies
Miksanek, Tony. “Microscopic Doctors and Molecular Black Bags: Science Fiction's Prescription for Nanotechnology and Medicine.” L&M 20 (2001): 55-70.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: popular sciences | science fiction | 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.
Popular Sciences
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.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: black holes | physical & mathematical sciences | physics | popular sciences | science fiction | string theory | time | wormholes
Mucher, Walter J. “Being Martian: Spatiotemporal Self in Ray Bradbury’s The Martian Chronicles.” Extrapolation 43:2 (Summer 2002): 171-187.
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: Claude Lévi-Strauss | Edmund Husserl | identity | Jacques Lacan | Martin Heidegger | modernism | postmodernism | psychological and cognitive sciences | Ray Bradbury | science fiction | space-time | unconsciousness
Nadeau, Jean-Guy. “La poétique du divin dans le récit de science-fiction.” In Hurley (Collections), pp. 87-104. [2001]
Popular Sciences
Keywords: popular sciences | science fiction
Nahin, Paul J. Time Machines: Time Travel in Physics, Metaphysics, and Science Fiction . 2nd ed. New York: Springer, 2001.
Physical & Mathematical Sciences
Keywords: entropy | John Wheeler | Kurt Gödel | literature—19th & 20th C | physical and mathematical sciences | quantum theory | relativity | Richard Feynman | science fiction | technology | time H. G. Wells
Nazare, Joseph Critical Carnival: Cyberpunk and the Postmodern Condition(al). Ph.D. Dissertation: New York University, 2004.
Theory
Keywords: carnival | cyberpunk | cyborg | escapism | François Rabelais | Fredric Jameson Jean Baudrillard | Herman Melville | James Joyce | literature—20th C | Mikhail Bakhtin | poetics | popular sciences | postmodernism | satore. Dystopia | science fiction | technophile | theory | Thomas Pynchon | William S. Burroughs
Nelson, Diane M. "A Social Science Fiction of Fevers, Delirium and Discovery: The Calcutta Chromosome, the Colonial Laboratory, and the Postcolonial New Human." Science Fiction Studies 90 (2003), 246-266.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: Amitav Ghosh | Biological Sciences | chromosomes | colonialism | contagion | delirium | empire | fever | genetic engineering | malaria | medicine | postcolonialism | railroads | science fiction | social sciences | technology
Noonan, Bonnie Jo. "'Science in Skirts': Representations of Women in Science in the 'B' Science Fiction Films of the 1950s." Ph.D. Dissertation: Louisiana State University Agricultural Mechanical College, 2003.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: culture studies | film | gender studies | popular science | science fiction | social sciences | theory
Nordberg, Heidi L. Imagining the Virus: A Discourse Analysis of Contemporary Fiction. Ph.D. Dissertation: Emory University, 2004.
Biological Sciences
Keywords: AIDS | ambiguity | Biological Sciences | culture studies | discourse | HIV | literature—20th C | metaphor | mutation | postmodernism | rhetoric of science | science fiction | social sciences | virus
O'Toole, Sharon. Cyberpunk Visions: Coping with Converging Technologies and Transformations of Human Freedom. Ph.D. Dissertation: University California Davis, 2004.
Technology
Keywords: biotechnology | body | bran | capitalism | culture studies | cyberpunk | dystopia | freedom | identity | irony | mind | neurothics | nontechnology | popular sciences | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | science fiction | technology | theory
Opdahl, Keith M. Emotion as Meaning: The Literary Case for How We Imagine. Lewisburg, PA; Cranbury, NJ: Bucknell University Press; University Presses, 2002.
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: dystopia | emotions | Henry James | imagination | Jane Austen | John Updike | literature: 19th-20th C | Mark Twain | popular sciences | psychological and cognitive sciences | science fiction | Toni Morrison
Palumbo, Donald. “The Monomyth and Chaos Theory: ‘Perhaps We Should Believe in Magic.'” JFA 12 (2001): 34-76.
Theory
Keywords: chaos theory | Joseph Campbell | mythology | science fiction | theory
Pearson, Wendy. “Sex/uality and the Figure of the Hermaphrodite in Science Fiction; or, The Revenge of Herculine Barbin.” In Hollinger (Collections): pp. 108-123. [2002]
Biological Sciences
Keywords: Biological Sciences | gender studies | hermaphrodites | popular sciences | science fiction
Petzold, Dieter, ed. Religion in der Fantasy und Science-fiction: Internationales Symposium vom 7. bis 9. Mai 2004 in der Katholischen Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt. Jahrbuch für Literatur und Ästhetik 22 (2004). Np.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: aesthetics | fantasy | literature—20th C | popular sciences | religion | science fiction
Podeschi, Christopher W. “The Nature of Future Myths: Environmental Discourse in Science Fiction Film, 1950-1999.” Sociological Spectrum 22:3 (Jul. 2002): 251-297.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: discourse | ecology | environmental sciences | film | myths | narrative | nature | popular sciences | rhetoric of science | science fiction | social sciences | technology | theory
Pries, Desiree. De/re-essentializing the Feminine: Subversion and Utopia in the works of Amelie Nothomb. Ph.D. Dissertation: Indiana University, 2004.
Social Sciences
Keywords: Amelie Nothomb | autobiography | beauty | body | culture studies | cynicism | epics | fairy tales | gender studies | literature—20th C | mythology | paradox | parody | patriarchy | poststructuralism | science fiction | social sciences | theory | utopia
Rabkin, Eric S. “The Medical Lessons of Science Fiction.” L&M 20 (2001): 13-25.
Medicine
Keywords: medicine | science fiction
Rauchhaupt, Ulf von. "SETI: Wissenschaft Zwischen Populärkultur und Ersatzreligion." Science und Fiction II: Leben auf Anderen Sternen. Ed. Thomas P. Weber. Frankfurt am Main: Fischer, 2004. 204-229.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: aliens | literature—17th-20th C | popular sciences | religion | science fiction | SETI
Redmond, Dennis. The World is Watching: Video as Multinational Aesthetics, 1968-1995. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 2004.
Technology
Keywords: aesthetics | culture studies | ethnic studies | film | gaming | gender studies | Hideaki Anno | Krzysztof Kieslowski | literature—20th C | Patrick McGoohan’ | popular science | science fiction | social sciences | technology | television | theory | video
Roberts, Ian F. “Maupertuis: Doppelgänger of Doctor Moreau.” Science Fiction Studies V. 28, #2, July. 2001, p. 261-274.
Biological Sciences
Keywords: Biological Sciences | entropy | evolution | exploration discovery & travel | genetics | H. G. Wells | literature--19th C | Pierre Louis Moreau de Maupertuis | science fiction | vivisection
Roberts, Robin. “Performing Science Fiction: Television, Theater, and Gender in Star Trek: The Experience.” Extrapolation 42(4): 340-356. [2001]
Popular Sciences
Keywords: fantasy | film/TV | gender studies | literature--20th C | narrative | popular sciences | Psychological Sciences | science fiction | theater
Rosenthal, Lecia A. Literature After the End: Apocalyptic Futurity in Mary Shelley, H. G. Wells, and Doris Lessing. Ph.D. Dissertation: Columbia University, 2001.
Rhetoric of Science
Keywords: allegory | apocalypse | catastrophe | Doris Lessing | ethics | literature--19th & 20th C | Mary Shelley | narrative | paradox prophecy | rhetoric of science | science fiction | utopia H. G. Wells
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.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: Computers & Digital Technology | narrative | Philip K. Dick | popular sciences | science fiction | simulation
Ruddick, Nicholas “Tell Us All About Little Rosebery”: Topicality and Temporality in H. G. Wells's The Time Machine .” Science Fiction Studies 28(3): 337-354, 2001.
Physical & Mathematical Sciences
Keywords: astronomy | Biological Sciences | Charles Darwin | Darwinism | entropy | evolution | H. G. Wells | literature--19th C | narrative | physical and mathematical sciences | satire | science fiction | T. H. Huxley | time
Schenkel, Elmar. "Wie die Menschen Außerirdisch Wurden: Aliens in der Frühen Science Fiction 1880-1940." Science und Fiction II: Leben auf anderen Sternen. Ed. Thomas P. Weber Frankfurt am Main: Fischer, 2004. 137-163.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: aliens | literature—19th-20th C | popular sciences | science fiction
Schneekloth, Lynda H. “Plants: The Ultimate Alien.” Extrapolation 42 (Fall 2001): 246-254.
Environmental Sciences
Keywords: alienation | botany | ecology | environmental sciences | Nina Kiriki Hoffman | science fiction | Ursula K. Le Guin
Schroeder, Randy. “Inheriting Chaos: Burroughs, Pynchon, Sterling, Rucker.” Extrapolation 43:1 (Spring 2002): 89-97.
Popular Sciences
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
Senf, Carol A. Science and Social Science in Bram Stoker's Fiction. Westport, CT; London: Greenwood Press, 2002.
Social Sciences
Keywords: Bram Stoker | popular sciences | science fiction | social sciences
Senf, Carol A. "Teaching the Gothic and the Scientific Context." Approaches to Teaching Gothic Fiction: The British and American Traditions, Ed. Diane Long, and Tamar Heller. New York: Modern Language Association, 2003. 83-89.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: cyberpunk | gothic | pedagogy | popular sciences | science and technology studies | science fiction
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.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: aesthetics | J.G. Ballard | mental illness | popular sciences | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | psychopathology | science fiction | social sciences | technology | trauma
Shapiro, Jerome Franklin. Atomic Bomb Cinema: The Apocalyptic Imagination on Film. New York: Routledge, 2002.
Physical & Mathematical Sciences
Keywords: apocalypse | film | imagination | nuclear warfare | physical and mathematical sciences | popular sciences | science fiction
Shetley, Vernon, and Alissa Ferguson. “Reflections in a Silver Eye: Lens and Mirror in Blade Runner ” Science Fiction Studies 28(2): 66-76, 2001.
Physical & Mathematical Sciences
Keywords: allegory | androids | film/TV | Jan van Eyck | memory | optics | Philip K. Dick | photography | physical and mathematical sciences | Psychological Sciences | science fiction | symbolism | visual arts—20th C
Silver, Anna Krugovoy. “The Cyborg Mystique.” Women’s Studies Quarterly 30:1-2 (Spring/Summer 2002): 60-76.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: Betty Friedan | Brian Forbes | film | gender studies | popular sciences | science fiction
Snyder, Laura J. "'Gegen alle Vernunftbegabten Bewohner Anderer Welten' William Whewell und die Debatte um die Vielzahl der Welten." Science und Fiction II: Leben auf Anderen Sternen. Ed. Thomas P. Weber. Frankfurt am Main: Fischer, 2004. 89-113.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: aliens | literature—19th C | popular sciences | science & technology studies | science fiction | William Whewell
Stableford, Brian. “Dead Letters and Their Inheritors: Ecospasmic Crashes and the Postmortal Condition in Brian Stableford's Histories of the Future.” In Hollinger, (Collections): pp. 190-203. [2002]
Environmental Sciences
Keywords: dystopia | ecology | environmental sciences | popular science | science fiction
Stewart, Susan Louise. Genre, Ideology, and Children's Literature. Ph.D. Dissertation: Illinois State University, 2004.
Social Sciences
Keywords: childhood | genre studies | genre studies | hierarchies | identity | ideology | language | literature—children’s | narrative | pedagogy | realism | science fiction | social sciences | theory
Strehovic, Janez. “Machines for Ultimate Questions: Popular Culture between Techno Elegies and Raving Ecstasy.” PCRev [note: Popular Culture Review ] 12 (2001): 135-144.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: popular sciences | science fiction | technology
Swope, Richard. “Science Fiction Cinema and the Crime of Social-Spatial Reality.” Science Fiction Studies 29:2 (July 2002): 221-246.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: film | physical & mathematical sciences | popular sciences | postmodernism | science fiction | technology | time
Tal, Kali. "’That Just Kills Me’: Black Militant Near-Future Fiction.” Social Text. 20:2 (2002): 65-91.
Social Sciences
Keywords: popular sciences | race studies | science fiction | social sciences
Thacker, Eugene. “Bio-X: Removing Bodily Contingency in Regenerative Medicine.” Journal Medical Humanities 23:3 (Fall 2002): 239-253.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: Biological Sciences | ethics | genetics | medicine | popular sciences | science fiction | social sciences
Thacker, Eugene. “The Science Fiction of Technoscience: The Politics of Simulation and a Challenge for New Media Art.” Leonardo 34, no. 2 (2001): 155-58.
Computers & Digital Technology
Keywords: biotechnology | computers and digital technology | science fiction | technology | visual arts--20th C
Thomas, Anne-Marie. "It Came from Outer Space: The Virus, Cultural Anxiety, and Speculative Fiction." Ph.D. Dissertation, Louisiana State University Agricultural Mechanical College, 2003.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: advertisements | AIDS | anxiety | culture studies | deconstruction | identity | literature--20th C | metaphor | pathogens | philosophy | popular science | science fiction | social sciences | technology | television | theory | utopia | viruses
Tosca, Susana Pajares. “ Condiciones Extremas : Digital Science Fiction from Colombia .” In Paz ( Collections ), pp. 270-287. [2001]
Computers & Digital Technology
Keywords: computers and digital technology | Juan B. Gutiérrez | science fiction
Vest, Jason Paul. Interrogating Reality: Philip K. Dick, Science Fiction, and (Post)Modernism. Ph.D. Dissertation: Washington University, 2004.
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: allegory | consciousness | culture studies | Franz Kafka | freedom | identity | Italo Calvino | Jorge Luis Borges | literature—20th C | modernism | Philip K. Dick | popular science | postmodernism | progress | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | reality | repression | science fiction | social sciences | technology | time travel
Wagar, W. Warren. H.G. Wells: Traversing Time. Middletown, CN: Wesleyan University Press, 2004.
Physical & Mathematical Sciences
Keywords: literature—19th-20th C | physical & mathematical sciences | popular sciences | science fiction | time
Weber, Thomas P., ed. Science und Fiction II: Leben auf anderen Sternen. Frankfurt am Main: Fischer, 2004.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: aliens | popular sciences | science fiction
Weiss, Allan. “Beyond Human: Fading Boundaries Between Human and Machine in Canadian Science Fiction.” Foundation 30 (2001): 68-74.
Technology
Keywords: science fiction | technology
Will, Bradley A. “H. P. Lovecraft and the Semiotic Kantian Sublime.” Extrapolation 43:1 (Spring 2002): 7-21.
Rhetoric of Science
Keywords: Howard Philips Lovecraft | Immanual Kant | metaphor | postmodernism | rhetoric of science | science fiction
Wolmark, Jenny. “Staying with the Body: Narratives of the Posthuman in Contemporary Science Fiction.” In Hollinger (Collections): pp. 75-89. [2002]
Biological Sciences
Keywords: Biological Sciences | narrative | popular sciences | science fiction
Yanarella, Ernest J. The Cross, the Plow and the Skyline: Contemporary Science Fiction and the Ecological Imagination . Parkland, FL: Brown Walker Press, 2001.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: Edward Bellamy | environmental sciences | Frederick Turner | gardens | James Lovelock | Kim Stanley Robinson | popular sciences | science fiction
Yaszek, Lisa. The Self Wired: Technology and Subjectivity in Contemporary Narrative. New York: Routledge, 2002.
Technology
Keywords: androids | Biological Sciences | cybernetics | cyborgs | electronics | film | fossils | gender studies | medicine | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | race studies | science fiction | technology
Zlotsky, Andres. Supposed Science, Alleged Fiction Distortion Patterns in the Transmission of Cultural Paradigms in the Twentieth Century . Ph.D. Dissertation: State University of New York, Buffalo, 2001.
Science & Technology Studies
Keywords: Allen Hynek | Arthur Clarke | Bertrand Méheust | Brenda Denzler | Donald Menzel | film/TV | H. G. Wells | Isaac Asimov | J. Edgar Hoover | Jacques Vellé | John Fowles | Juan Ignacio Ferreras | Jules Verne | Julio Cortázar | literature--20th C | Philip Klass | popular sciences | psychoanalysis | rhetoric of science | Richard Condon | science and technology studies | science fiction | semiotics | Steven Spielberg | Theodore Sturgeon | Thomas Disch | UFOs | Ursula Le Guin
Zulli, Jerilyn. Puritans, Patriots, and Proto-science fiction: The Influence of Early American Culture on the Production and Consumption of Science Fiction and Utopian Fiction in American Literature. Ph.D. Dissertation: George Washington University, 2004.
Social Sciences
Keywords: Charles Brockden Brown | culture studies | dime novels | Edgar Allan Poe | genre studies | literature—19th C | Occult Sciences | popular science | pseudoscience | Puritanism | resurrection | science fiction | social sciences | supernatural | utopia
 Lobdell, Jared. The Scientifiction Novels of C.S. Lewis: Space and Time in the Ransom Stories. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co, 2004.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: Clive Staples Lewis | literature—20th C | pedagogy | physical & mathematical sciences | popular science | religion | science fiction | space | time

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