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MOSF Journal of Science Fiction, vol. 4, no. 2 (#12)

Aisha Matthews, ed.

Library edition: February 2021

Museum of Science Fiction

PDF, 100 pages

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Notes:

  •  Special 'Middle Eastern Science Fiction' issue.

Essays: Aya Labanieh, Science Fiction, Rational Enchantment, and Arabic Literature  //  Meltam Safak, A Journey of

Erasing the Self  // Timothy Quevillion, Ph.D., Herzl, Nakba, and Nationalist Escapism in Israeli and Palestinian

Science Fiction  //  Wessam Elmeligi, Ph.D, Islands, Rooms, and Queues: Three Tropes in Arabic Science Fiction  //  

Diana Kasem, Arab SF Film and TV in the Twentieth Century  //  Laila AlAmmar, “Cached memories”: Spatiotemporal

(Dis)ruptures and Postmemorial Absence in Palestine +100  //  Paul Piatkowski, Ph.D., War of the Worlds: Geologic

Consciousness in Reza Negarestani’s Cyclonopedia

MOSF Journal of Science Fiction, vol. 1, no. 1 (#1)

Monica Louzon, ed.

Library edition: January 2016

Museum of Science Fiction

PDF, 58 pages

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Notes:

Essays: Monica Louzon, Letter from the Editor  //  Allison de Fren, Veronica Hollinger, Reflecting on Science

Fiction  //  Derrick King, Biogenetics, The Nation, and Globalisation in Paolo Bacigalupi's Critical Dystopias  //  Sami

Ahmad Khan, Gods of War Toke While Riding a Vimana: Hindu Gods in Three Indian Science Fiction Novels  //  

Karma Waltonen, Loving the Other in Science Fiction by Women  //  Amanda Rudd, Paul's Empire: Imperialism and

Assemblage Theory in Frank Herbert's Dune

Academic journal: MOSF Journal of Science Fiction

Editors (alphabetically listed): Monica Louzon, MLS  |  Aisha Matthews  |  Heather McHale

Language: English

ISSN: 2474-0837

Issues: 2016 – present

Websites: MOSF   |  Wikipedia

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Bibliographic comments: Only issues with contents of interest to this library are listed here, highlighted in white.

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MOSF Journal of Science Fiction, vol. 1, no. 2 (#2)

Monica Louzon, ed.

Library edition: May 2016

Museum of Science Fiction

PDF, 73 pages

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Notes:

Essays: Monica Louzon, Letter from the Editor  //  Jamie Anderson, Dan Curry, Reflecting on Science Fiction  //  

Mariano Martín Rodriguez, Spanish Anarchism and the Utopian Novel in the 1930s: The Libertarian Society of the

Future in El Amor dentro de 200 ãnos (Love in 200 Years) by Alfonso Martínez Rizo  //  David Christopher, Stalin's

"Loss of Sensation": Subversive Impulses in Soviet Science Fiction of the Great Terror  //  Joseph Hurtgen, Archival

Domination in Fahrenheit 451  // Ruzbeh Babaee, Sue Yen Lee, Siamak Babaee, Ecocritical Survival Through

Psychological Defense Mechanisms in M. R. Carey's The Girl with All the Gifts  //  Melanie Marotta, Sheri L. Smith's

Orleans and Karen Sandler's Tankborn: The Female Leader, the Neo-Slave Narrative, and Twenty-First Century Young

Adult Afrofuturism

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MOSF Journal of Science Fiction, vol. 2, no. 4 (#7)

Heather McHale, ed.

Library edition: December 2018

Museum of Science Fiction

PDF, 48 pages

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Notes:

Essays: Heather McHale, Letter from the Editor  //  Julie Gerhard, Representations of History in the Brothers

Strugatsky's Novel Hard to Be a God  //  Nadine Knight, "A Long Way Away": Unreachable Freedoms in Contemporary

Afrofuturist Neo-Slave Narratives

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MOSF Journal of Science Fiction, vol. 3, no. 2 (#9)

Aisha Matthews, ed.

Library edition: July 2019

Museum of Science Fiction

PDF, 128 pages

No cover price

Notes:

  •  Special 'Disability Studies' issue.

Essays: Heather McHale, Letter from the Editor  //  Sami Schalk, Foreword to the Special Issue on Disability Studies  

//  Michael Bérubé, Ph.D, Other Bodyminds Are Possible  // Melinda Hall, Ph.D, What Future People Will There Be?

Neurodiverse Heroes for a Changing Planet  // Dolphia Butler, A Quiet House That Speaks Volumes: A Reflection on

A Quiet Place //  Philip Albert Steiner, Disability in Science Fiction Literature: A Reflection on Technology and Mental

Disabilities  //  Haihong Li, Subversive Texts: Illness and Disability in Contemporary Chinese Science Fiction  //  Rob

Mayo, Ph.D, Anti-psychiatry and Disability in Flowers for Algernon and Clans of the Alpahne Moon  //  Michael Stokes,

The Future Is Scar-y: The Connective Tissue of Emotion, Body & Identity  //  Anthony Mullen, Thatcher's Legacy?

Individualism and the Neurological Condition in Ian McEwan's Saturday  //  Susan Flynn, The Future Is Fixable:

Convention and Ableism in Science Fiction  //  Brett Butler, Ph.D, It's Okay to Stare: Visual and Unseen Disabilities in

Comic Book SuperHeroes  //  Chiara Montalti, "And Then, You Start Feeling Sharp": The First Science Fiction

Character Based on a Paralympic Athlete

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