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Title: Symposium on science fiction and the climate crisis
Authors: Canavan, Gerry 
Dr. CHAN Kit Sze, Amy 
Ingerwersen, Moritz 
Jue, Melody 
Li, Hua 
Murphy, Patrick D. 
Robinson, Kim Stanley 
Shaviro, Steven 
Singh, Vandana 
Szeman, Imre 
Prof. WONG Kin Yuen 
Issue Date: 2018
Source: Science Fiction Studies, Nov. 2018, vol. 45(3), pp. 420-432.
Journal: Science Fiction Studies 
Abstract: "It just hasn't finished melting yet" -- Gerry Canavan. "Rain... flooding... waterworld / intense heat... drought... desert" -- Chan Kit-Sze Amy. "Pluralizing climate fiction: from hybrids to earth-beings" -- Moritz Ingwersen. "Performative science fiction" -- Melody Jue. "Terraforming and climate change in Chinese science fiction" -- Hua Li. "SF and anthropogenic climate change" -- Patrick D. Murphy. "Story spaces of climate change" -- Kim Stanley Robinson. "Anticipating climate" -- Steven Shaviro. "What is to be done about climate change? Some thoughts as a writer" -- Vandana Singh. "More of the same" -- Imre Szeman. "The 'becoming-deleuzian of science fiction'" -- Wong Kin Yuen.
Type: Peer Reviewed Journal Article
ISSN: 0091-7729
DOI: 10.5621/sciefictstud.45.3.0420
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