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Monthly Archives: June, 2014

Science Fiction – Memory

Reading Italian Science Fiction by Giulia Iannuzzi (University of Trieste) Established as a recognizable genre and publishing label since the late 1920s, science fiction in English-speaking countries is a well-established … Continue reading

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Science Fiction – Academia

Science Fiction between the ‘two cultures’: a conversation with Pierpaolo Antonello (University of Cambridge) Interview by Giulia Iannuzzi You have worked extensively on the (complex) relationship between the humanistic and … Continue reading

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Science Fiction – Critic’s corner

Pennacchi the Traitor by Massimo Mongai How much does loyalty matter in politics? And how much does it matter in literature in general and in science fiction in particular? How … Continue reading

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Science Fiction – Voices

Science fiction and the canon: the case of Italo Calvino by Elio Baldi (University of Warwick) At the first publication of Italo Calvino’s Cosmicomiche (1965) and Ti con zero (1967) … Continue reading

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