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Lost in Space: Geographies of Science Fiction [Paperback]

Rob Kitchin , James Kneale


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Table of Contents

Lost in Space, Rob Kitchin, James Kneale; The Way it Wasn't - Alternative Histories, Contingent Geographies, Barney Warf; Geography's Conquest of History in "The Diamond Age", Michael Longan, Tim Oakes; Space, Technology and Neal Stephenson's Science Fiction, Michelle Kendrick; Geographies of Power and Social Relations in Marge Piercy's "He, She and It", Barbara J. Morehouse; The Subjectivity of the Near Future - Geographical Imaginings in the Work of J.G. Ballard, Jonathan Solomon Taylor; Tuning the Self - City Space and SF Horror Movies, Stuart C. Aitken; Science Fiction and Cinema - The Hysterical Materialism of Pataphysical Space, Paul Kingsbury; An Invention without a Future, a Solution without a Problem - Motor Pirates, Time Machines and Drunkenness on the Screen, What We Can Say About Nature - Familiar Geographies, Science Fiction and Popular Physics, Sheila Hone; Murray Bookchin on Mars - The Production of Nature in Kim Stanley Robinson's "Mars" Trilogy, Shaun Huston; In the Belly of the Monster - Frankenstein, Food, Factishes and Fiction, Nick Bingham.

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