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Academic journal: Science Fiction Studies

Editors (alphabetically listed): Marc Angenot  |  Christopher Bolton  |  Istvan Csicsery-Ronay Jr.  |  Charles Elkins  |  

Arthur B. Evans  |  Neil Gerlach  |  Joan Gordon  |  Michael Griffin  |  Sheryl N. Hamilton  |  Veronica Hollinger  |  

Rob Latham  |  Nicole Lobdell  |  Patrick McCarthy  |  Carol McGuirk  |  R.D. Mullen  |  Robert M. Philmus  |  

Erik Simon  |  Darko Suvin  |  Lisa Swanstrom  |  Tatsumi Takayuki  |  Sherryl Vint  |  Yan Wu

Language: English

ISSN: 0091-7729

Issues: 1973 – present

Websites: Science Fiction Studies  |  ISFDB

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Bibliographic comments: Title changed to "Science Fiction Studies" (with no hyphen) from issue #77.

Only issues with contents of interest to this library are listed here, highlighted in white or linked in blue.

This page: #51–100  |  #1–50  |  #101–150

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Science Fiction Studies, #88

Arthur B. Evans, Istvan Csicsery-Ronay, Jr., Joan Gordon, Veronica Hollinger, Rob Latham,

Carol McGuirk, eds.

<  November 2002

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$10.00

Notes:

  •  Vol. 29, No. 3.

  •  Special edition on Japanese science fiction.

  •  Editorial 'The Borders of Japanese Science Fiction' by Christopher Bolton; Editorial Afterword 'A Soft Time Machine:

     From Translation to Transfiguration' by Takayuki Tatsumi.

  •  Only essays and the interview are listed here.

Essays: Kôbô Abe, Two Essays on Science Fiction: The Boom in Science Fiction (1962); Science Fiction, The

Unnameable (1966)  //  Takumi Shibano, "Collective Reason": A Proposal (1971, rev. 2000)  //  Miri Nakamura, Horror

and Machines in Prewar Japan: The Mechanical Uncanny in Yumeno Kyûsaku’s Dogura magura  //  Thomas

Schnellbächer, Has the Empire Sunk Yet?—The Pacific in Japanese Science Fiction  //  Mari Kotani, Space, Body,

and Aliens in Japanese Women’s Science Fiction  //  Susan J. Napier, When the Machines Stop: Fantasy, Reality, and

Terminal Identity in Neon Genesis Evangelion and Serial Experiments Lain  //  Sharalyn Orbaugh, Sex and the Single

Cyborg: Japanese Popular Culture Experiments in Subjectivity  //  Christopher Bolton, The Mecha’s Blind Spot:

Patlabor 2 and the Phenomenology of Anime

Interview: Susan Napier, Takayuki Tatsumi, Kotani Mari, and Otobe Junko, An Interview with Sakyô Komatsu

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Science Fiction Studies, #94

Arthur B. Evans, Istvan Csicsery-Ronay, Jr., Joan Gordon, Veronica Hollinger, Rob Latham,

Carol McGuirk, eds.

<  November 2004

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C$12.00

Notes:

  •  Vol. 31, No. 3.

  •  Special edition on Soviet science fiction.

  •  Only essays are listed here.

Essays: Istvan Csicsery-Ronay, Jr., Science Fiction and the Thaw  //  Tatiana Chernyshova, Science Fiction and

Myth Creation in our Age  //  Elana Gomel, Gods Like Men: Soviet Science Fiction and the Utopian Self  //  Erik Simon,

The Strugatskys in Political Context  //  Roman Arbitman, Back in the 1960s: Notes By a Man Who Wasn’t There  //  

Daniel Kluger, Fables of Desire  //  Boris Natanovich Strugatsky, Working for Tarkovsky

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Science-Fiction Studies, #52

Robert M. Philmus, Charles Elkins, eds.

<  November 1990

SFS Publications / SF-TH Inc.

C$8.00

Notes:

  •  Vol. 17, No. 3.

  •  Only essays and the interview are listed here.

Essays: A. Bartter, The (SF) Reader and the Quantum Paradigm: Problems in Delany's Stars in My Pocket Like Grains

of Sand  //  H. Bruce Franklin, The Vietnam War as American SF and Fantasy  //  Carlo Pagetti, In the Year of Our

Lord Hitler 720: Katharine Burdekin's Swastika Night  //  Roger Bozzetto, Kepler's Somnium; or, Science Fiction's

Missing Link  //  Raimund Borgmeier, Objectives and Methods in the Analysis of SF: The Case of Science-Fiction

Studies  //  Gary K. Wolfe, Writers as Critics

Interview: On Triton and Other Matters: An Interview with Samuel R. Delany

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Science-Fiction Studies, #53

Robert M. Philmus, R.D. Mullen, Istvan Csiscery-Ronay Jr., Arthur B. Evans, Veronica Hollinger,

eds.

<  March 1991

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C$8.00

Notes:

  •  Vol. 18, No. 1.

  •  Only essays and the interview are listed here.

Essays: Cristina Sedgewick, The Fork in the Road: Can Science Fiction Survive in Postmodern, Megacorporate

America?  //  W. Warren Wagar, J.G. Ballard and the Transvaluation of Utopia  //  David A. Layton, The Barriers of

Inner and Outer Space: The Science Fiction of Barry N. Malzberg  //  Robert M. Philmus, The Two Faces of Philip K.

Dick  //  Carl Freedman, In Search of Dick's Boswell  //  George Slusser, Le Guin and the Future of SF Criticism  //  

De Witt Douglas Kilgore, The Blue-and-Not-Yellow Sun  //  Robert M. Philmus, English-Language Science Fiction

Via Italy

Interview: Vladimir Gopman, Science Fiction Teaches the Civic Virtues: An Interview with Arkadii Strugatsky

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Science-Fiction Studies, #54

Robert M. Philmus, R.D. Mullen, Istvan Csiscery-Ronay Jr., Arthur B. Evans, Veronica Hollinger,

eds.

<  July 1991

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Notes:

  •  Vol. 18, No. 2.

  •  Only essays and the interviews are listed here.

Essays: Peter Swirski, Dystopia or Dischtopia: The Science-Fiction Paradigms of Thomas M. Disch  //  Jim Jose,

Reflections on the Politics of Le Guin's Narrative Shifts  //  Craig Thompson, Searching for Totality: Antinomy and the

"Absolute" in Bruce Sterling's Schismatrix  //  Richard P. Terra, Robert M. Philmus, Russian and Soviet Science

Fiction in English Translation: A Bibliography  //  Roy Arthur Swanson, The Putative Second Edition of Slade's

Pynchon  //  R. D. Mullen, Science, Fictive Science, and Science Fiction: Everett F. Bleiler's Massive Bibliography

Interviews: Larry McCaffery, An Interview with Jack Williamson  //  Horst Pukallus, An Interview with Darko Suvin

Science-Fiction Studies, #62

R.D. Mullen, Arthur B. Evans, Istvan Csiscery-Ronay Jr., Veronica Hollinger, eds.

<  March 1994

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$7.50

Notes:

  •  Vol. 21, No. 1.

  •  Only essays and the interviews are listed here.

Essays: H. Bruce Franklin, Star Trek in the Vietnam Era  //  Roger Luckhurst, The Many Deaths of Science Fiction: A

Polemic  //  Bud Foote, Notes on Kim Stanley Robinson's Red Mars  //  Kôichi Yamano, Japanese SF, Its Originality

and Orientation (Preliminary Note by Darko Suvin)  //  Umberto Rossi, Images from the Disaster Area: An Apocalyptic

Reading of Urban Landscapes in Ballard's The Drowned World and Hello America  //  Peter Fitting, Analysis and

Interpretation: Sevastakis on Horror Film and Schelde on SF Film  //  R. D. Mullen, Two Poets and an Engineer: Reid

on John Taine, Coblentz on Himself, and Berger on Campbell

Interviews: Daniel Fischlin, Andrew Taylor, Cybertheater, Postmodernism, and Virtual Reality: An Interview with Toni

Dove and Michael Mackenzie  //  Bud Foote, A Conversation with Kim Stanley Robinson

Science-Fiction Studies, #65

R.D. Mullen, Arthur B. Evans, Istvan Csiscery-Ronay Jr., Veronica Hollinger, eds.

<  March 1995

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$7.50

Notes:

  •  Vol. 22, No. 1.

  •  Only essays are listed here.

Essays: Gary Westfahl, Wanted: A Symbol for Science Fiction  //  Susan Ayres, The "Straight Mind" in Russ's The

Female Man  //  Arthur B. Evans, The "New" Jules Verne  //  Cathy Peppers, Dialogic Origins and Alien Identities in

Butler's Xenogenesis  //  Istvan Csicsery-Ronay, Jr., Antimancer: Cybernetics and Art in Gibson's Count Zero  //  

Elana Gomel, The Poetics of Censorship: Allegory as Form and Ideology in the Novels of Arkady and Boris Strugatsky  

//  Robert M. Philmus, Kindred Spirits: Robert Crossley on Olaf Stapledon  //  W. Warren Wagar, The Mad Bad

Scientist: Haynes's From Faust to Strangelove

Science-Fiction Studies, #67

R.D. Mullen, Arthur B. Evans, Istvan Csiscery-Ronay Jr., Veronica Hollinger, eds.

<  November 1995

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$7.50

Notes:

  •  Vol. 22, No. 3.

  •  Only essays are listed here.

Essays: Carol Franko, Dialogical Twins: Post-Patriarchal Topography in Two Stories by Kim Stanley Robinson   //  

J. P. Telotte, Enframing the Self: The Hardware and Software of Hardware  //  Cassie Carter, The Metacolonization of

Dick's The Man in the High Castle: Mimicry, Parasitism, and Americanism in the PSA  //  Elana Gomel, Mystery,

Apocalypse, and Utopia: The Case of the Ontological Detective Story  //  Karen Cadora, Feminist Cyberpunk  //  Cyndy

Hendershot, Vampire and Replicant: The One-Sex Body in a Two-Sex World  //  Mary Catherine Harper, Incurably

Alien Other: A Case for Feminist Cyborg Writers  //  David Y. Hughes, Surfing the Intertext: Scheick's The Critical

Response to H. G. Wells  //  Istvan Csicsery-Ronay, Jr., Gregg Rickman and Others on Philip K. Dick: The Umland

Collection  //  Elana Gomel, Escape from Science Fiction: Yvonne Howell on the Strugatskys

Science-Fiction Studies, #71

R.D. Mullen, Arthur B. Evans, Istvan Csiscery-Ronay Jr., Veronica Hollinger, eds.

<  March 1997

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$7.50

Notes:

  •  Vol. 24, No. 1.

  •  Only essays are listed here.

Essays: Gwyneth Jones, Metempsychosis of the Machine  //  Frederik Pohl, The Study of Science Fiction: A Modest

Proposal  //  Greg Bear, Gregory Benford, and David Brin, Building on Isaac Asimov's Foundation  //  I. F. Clarke,

Before and After The Battle of Dorking  //  Christine Kenyon Jones, SF and Romantic Biofictions: Aldiss, Gibson,

Sterling, Powers  //  David Ketterer, Frankenstein's "Conversion" from Natural Magic to Modern Science—and a Shifted

and Converted Last Draft Insert   //  Naive vs. Postmodern Criticism: An Exchange: David Dalgleish, In Search of

Wonder Naive Criticism, Istvan Csicsery-Ronay, Jr., We're Not in Kansas Anymore  //  David Y. Hughes, The Doctor

Vivisected: Stover's Moreau  //  David Ketterer, "Furnished...Materials": Marshall's Grave Robbing, Frankenstein, and

the Anatomy Literature  //  Veronica Hollinger, The Technobody and Its Discontents  //  Brian Taves, Jules Verne's

Newly Discovered Novel Paris in the Twentieth Century  //  Istvan Csicsery-Ronay, Jr., The Critic: Clute's Look at the

Evidence

Science Fiction Studies, #77

Arthur B. Evans, Istvan Csiscery-Ronay Jr., Veronica Hollinger, Rob Latham, Carol McGuirk,

eds.

<  March 1999

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$9.50

Notes:

  •  Vol. 26, No. 1.

  •  Only essays are listed here.

Essays: Wendy Pearson, Alien Cryptographies  //  Veronica Hollinger, (Re)reading Queerly: Science Fiction,

Feminism, and the Defamiliarization of Gender  //  Ann Weinstone, Science Fiction as a Young Person's First Queer

Theory  //  Wendy Pearson, Identifying the Alien: Science Fiction Meets Its Other  //  Carl Silvio, Refiguring the Radical

Cyborg in Mamoru Oshii's Ghost in the Shell  //  Christopher Palmer, Galactic Empires and the Contemporary

Extravaganza: Dan Simmons and Iain M. Banks  //  Lorenzo DiTommaso, Redemption in Philip K. Dick's The Man in

the High Castle  //  Tom Moylan, A Variety of Utopian Forms  //  John Huntington, A Kinbotean Experience

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Science Fiction Studies, #79

Arthur B. Evans, Istvan Csiscery-Ronay Jr., Veronica Hollinger, Rob Latham, Carol McGuirk,

eds.

<  November 1999

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$10.00

Notes:

  •  Vol. 26, No. 3.

  •  Editorial is uncredited.

  •  Only essays and the interview are listed here.

Essays: Philippe Willems, A Stereoscopic Vision of the Future: Albert Robida’s Twentieth Century  //  Kamala Kinyon,

The Phenomenology of Robots: Confrontations with Death in Karel Capek’s R.U.R.   //  Yolanda Molina Gavilán,

Alternative Realities from Argentina: Angélica Gorodischer’s "Los embriones del violeta"  //  Domna Pastourmatzi,

Hellenic Magazines of Science Fiction  //  Roger Bozzetto, Science Fiction in France: The Comeback  //  Elana Gomel,

Science Fiction in Russia: From Utopia to New Age  //  Andrea Bell, Science Fiction in Latin America: Reawakenings  

//  Dunja M. Mohr, Parity, with Differences: Suzy McKee Charnas Concludes the Holdfast Series  //  Carol McGuirk,

Angela’s Ashes: Recent Books on Angela Carter  //  Istvan Csicsery-Ronay, Jr., The Global Province: New

Anthologies of International SF by James Gunn and Franz Rottensteiner  //  David N. Samuelson, Frankenstein

Unwound: Jon Turney’s Frankenstein’s Footsteps and David Skal’s Screams of Reason

Interview: Joan Gordon, Closed Systems Kill: An Interview with Suzy McKee Charnas

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Science Fiction Studies, #80

Arthur B. Evans, Istvan Csiscery-Ronay Jr., Veronica Hollinger, Rob Latham, Carol McGuirk,

eds.

<  November 1999

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$10.00

Notes:

  •  Vol. 27, No. 1.

  •  Only essays are listed here.

Essays: Wong Kin Yuen, On the Edge of Spaces: Blade Runner, Ghost in the Shell, and Hong Kong's Cityscape  //  

Joshua La Bare, The Future: "Wrapped ... in that mysterious Japanese way"  //  Michael Fisch, Nation, War, and

Japan's Future in the Science Fiction Anime Film Patlabor II  //  Ross Farnell, Attempting Immortality: AI, A-Life, and

the Posthuman in Greg Egan's Permutation City  //  Mikael Huss, Hesitant Journey to the West: SF's Changing

Fortunes in Mainland China  //  Takayuki Tatsumi, Generations and Controversies: An Overview of Japanese Science

Fiction, 1957-1997  //  Janeen Webb, A Literary Foment: Australian SF Now  //  Franz Rottensteiner, SF in Germany:

A Short Survey  //  Michael Levy, Recent Studies of Science Fiction in Australia  //  Ray Mescallado, Otaku Nation:

Books on Japanese Comics and Animated Films

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Science Fiction Studies, #89

Arthur B. Evans, Istvan Csicsery-Ronay, Jr., Joan Gordon, Veronica Hollinger, Rob Latham,

Carol McGuirk, eds.

<  March 2003

SFS Publications / SF-TH Inc.

$12.00

Notes:

  •  Vol. 30, No. 1.

  •  Editorial is uncredited.

  •  Only essays are listed here.

Essays: Fiona Kelleghan, War of the World-Views: A Conversation with James Morrow  //  Aaron Dziubinskyj, The

Birth of Science Fiction in Spanish America  //  David Seed, H. G. Wells and the Liberating Atom  //  Anindita Banerjee,

Electricity: Science Fiction and Modernity in Early Twentieth-Century Russia  //  Graham Murphy, Post/Humanity and

the Interstitial: A Glorification of Possibility in Gibson’s Bridge Sequence  //  Peter Fitting, Narrating Utopian Space:

Wegner’s Imaginary Communities  //  Joe Sanders, Oh Yeah? Who Says So? Card’s The Best Science Fiction of the

Century, Hills’s Fan Cultures, and Westfahl/Slusser’s Science Fiction, Canonization, Marginalization and the Academy  

//  Gary Westfahl, Three Decades that Shook the World: Ashley’s The Science-Fiction Pulp Magazines, Price’s

Memories of the Pulp Era, and Stover’s Science Fiction from Wells to Heinlein

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Science Fiction Studies, #90

Arthur B. Evans, Istvan Csicsery-Ronay, Jr., Joan Gordon, Veronica Hollinger, Rob Latham,

Carol McGuirk, eds.

<  July 2003

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$12.00

Notes:

  •  Vol. 30, No. 2.

  •  Special edition on social science fiction.

  •  'Introduction: A History of Social Science Fiction' by Neil Gerlach and Sheryl N. Hamilton.

  •  Only essays are listed here.

Essays: Tom Moylan, Arthur and Marilouise Kroker, Carl Freedman, Bill Bogard, Symposium on Social SF  //  

Samuel Gerald Collins, Sail On! Sail On!: Anthropology, Science Fiction, and the Enticing Future  //  Andrew Milner,

Utopia and Science Fiction in Raymond Williams  //  J. P. Telotte, Doing Science in Machine Age Horror: The Mummy’s

Case  //  Istvan Csicsery-Ronay, Jr., Science Fiction and Empire  //  Diane Nelson, A Social Science Fiction of Fevers,

Delirium, and Discovery: The Calculta Chromosome, the Colonial Laboratory, and the Postcolonial New Human  //  

Sheryl N. Hamilton, Traces of the Future: Biotechnology, Science Fiction, and the Media  //  Veronica Hollinger, The

Girls Who Were Plugged In: Larbalestier’s The Battle of the Sexes in Science Fiction  //  Istvan Csicsery-Ronay, Jr.,

Lucid Dreams, or Flightless Birds on Rooftops? Historical Materialism’s Symposium on Marxism and Fantasy

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Science Fiction Studies, #93

Arthur B. Evans, Istvan Csicsery-Ronay, Jr., Joan Gordon, Veronica Hollinger, Rob Latham,

Carol McGuirk, eds.

<  July 2004

SFS Publications / SF-TH Inc.

$12.00

Notes:

  •  Vol. 31, No. 2.

  •  Only essays and the interview are listed here.

Essays: J. Joseph Miller, The Greatest Good for Humanity: Isaac Asimov’s Future History and Utilitarian Calculation

Problems  //  Umberto Rossi, The Game of the Rat: A.E. Van Vogt’s 800-Word Rule and P. K. Dick’s The Game-

Players of Titan  //  Christopher Palmer, Mona Lisa Overdrive and the Prosthetic  //  Samuel Gerald Collins,

Scientifically Valid and Artistically True: Chad Oliver, Anthropology, and Anthropological SF  //  Russell Blackford,

Reading the Ruined Cities: Heuser’s Cyberpunk at the Intersection of the Postmodern and Science Fiction  //  Carl

Freedman, Connections of Late Capitalism: Shaviro’s Connected, or What It Means to Live in the Network Society  //  

Corey K. Creekmur, Superheroes and Science Fiction: Recent Works on Comics and Alan Moore

Interview: Imre Szeman, Maria Whiteman, An Interview with Kim Stanley Robinson

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