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[Commlist] New content: Science Fiction Film & Television 13.1 published

Tue Mar 03 13:23:11 GMT 2020

*The latest issue of /Science Fiction Film & Television/ is now available online.*

Liverpool University Press is pleased to inform you of the latest content in /Science Fiction Film & Television/, a highly regarded publication that is essential reading for those working in and researching science fiction studies.

This month’s issue is a special issue on the legacies of the /Blade Runner/ franchise in light of the new questions prompted by the recent sequel and newly expanded /Blade Runner /cinematic universe. Browse all articles here <>.

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_Table of contents_

/Legacies of Blade Runner <> /

Sarah Hamblin and Hugh C. O’Connell

/Vitality and reproduction in Blade Runner 2049 <> /

Sherryl Vint

/Blade Runner 2049’s incongruous couplings: Living and dying in the Anthropocene <> /

Sarah Hamblin and Hugh C. O’Connell

/Race in the Blade Runner cycle and demographic dystopia <> /

Edward K. Chan

/Blade Runner 2049 and the ‘quality’ Hollywood film <> /

Geoff King

/A symposium on the legacies of Blade Runner: Cyberpunk’s masculinist legacy: Puppetry, labour and ménage à trois in Blade Runner 2049 <> /

Graham J. Murphy

/‘Cells. Interlinked’: Sympathy and obligation in Blade Runner 2049 <> /

Keren Omry

/‘I’ve heard things you people wouldn’t imagine’: Blade Runner’s aural lives <> /

Paweł Frelik

/The director’s cut: Denis Villeneuve before Blade Runner 2049 <> /

Amy J. Ransom

/Seven inquiries on the antediluvian labour market of cinematic ‘sf auteurs’ and Blade Runner 2049 <> /

Ida Yoshinaga

/We, the people of Blade Runner 2049 <> /

Phillip E. Wegner

/Dystopia fatigue doesn’t cut it, or, Blade Runner 2049’s utopian longings <> /

Sean Guynes

/Book reviews <> /

Alison Sperling and Russ Hamer

/DVD reviews <> /

Benjamin J. Robertson, Christian L. Pyle, Don Kelly, and Marta F. Suarez

/About the contributors <> /

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