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Spring 2017 Courses in SF

Published: Jan 5th, 2017

In Spring 2017, SFWG members are teaching four undergraduate on science fiction, fantasy, or utopian literature and film.
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“Mr. Eternity” (Feb. 15)

Published: Jan 5th, 2017

Novelist Aaron Thier reads from his celebrated climate fiction novel “Mr. Eternity” 
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“The World is Dying and We’re Filming It”

Published: Nov 25th, 2016

Fourteen original short films by the students of “Creating the Cinema of Climate Change” 
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“Observation of Predation in Humans” (Oct. 13)

Published: Sep 28th, 2016

Dr. Zira (Coco Fusco) interprets the predatory activities of human beings in post-industrial societies around the world.… Read More

“Octavia E. Butler’s Public Legacy” (Nov. 18)

Published: Sep 28th, 2016

Tarshia L. Stanley discusses the life and letters of American science fiction author Octavia E. Butler.… Read More

Carmen Boullosa, “Heavens on Earth?” (Nov. 22)

Published: Sep 28th, 2016

One of Mexico’s leading contemporary novelists, poets, and playwrights speaks on Latin American science fiction.… Read More

“Red Heaven” Kickstarter campaign runs through September 19

Published: Aug 26th, 2016

SFWG member Lauren DeFilippo’s documentary film will follow six earthbound adventurers living for an entire year on a simulated Mars.… Read More

Fall 2016 Courses in SF

Published: Aug 17th, 2016

In Fall 2016, SFWG members are teaching seven undergraduate and graduate courses focusing on science fiction, fantasy, or utopian literature and film.
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“Wanderers” @ the Digital Worlds Institute (July 26)

Published: Jul 26th, 2016

The College of the Arts’ “Creative B” summer film series includes a evening of short science fiction films from around the world.… More

“The Thing from Another World” @ FLMNH (July 22)

Published: Jul 21st, 2016

The Florida Museum of Natural History’s “Creative B” summer film series features entertaining science fiction films and roundtable discussions by scholars, scientists, and artists.

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