SF 101: A Guide to Teaching and Studying Science Fiction Ritch Calvin

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Published: October 22nd 2014

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270 pages


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SF 101: A Guide to Teaching and Studying Science Fiction  by  Ritch Calvin

SF 101: A Guide to Teaching and Studying Science Fiction by Ritch Calvin
October 22nd 2014 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 270 pages | ISBN: | 10.44 Mb

SF 101 is a collection of essays designed for teachers and students of science fiction. Each of the essays is intended to serve as an introduction or primer for one particular area or issue related to science fiction. Contributors include KathrynMoreSF 101 is a collection of essays designed for teachers and students of science fiction. Each of the essays is intended to serve as an introduction or primer for one particular area or issue related to science fiction. Contributors include Kathryn Allan on Disability Studies- Stina Atteberry on Social Media- Suparno Banerjee on Indian SF- Ritch Calvin on Feminist SF- Ritch Calvin on Mundane SF- Ed Carmien on Teaching 101 Wiki- Alice Davies on New Weird- Neil Easterbrook on SF Audio- Pawel Frelik on Slipstream- Karen Hellekson on Fan Studies- Karen Hellekson on Scholarly Research and Writing- David M.

Higgins on New Wave- Keren Omry on Israeli SF- Eric Otto on Environmentalism- Stanley Orr on SF Noir- Joe Sutliff Sanders on Comic Studies- Lars Schmeink on Biopunk- Patrick Sharp on Science Studies- Sherryl Vint on Postmodernism- Mark Young on Sound Studies



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