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[Commlist] New content published: Science Fiction Film & Television 13.2

Fri Jul 10 21:24:49 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 includes articles on the 21^st Century media phenomenon of franchise revivals and the ‘nostalgia industry’, race and world memory in /Arrival/ (2016), and the representation of the female android in /Ex Machina/ (2014). Browse the complete issue here <>.

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/‘When you get there, you will already be there’: Stranger Things, Twin Peaks and the nostalgia industry <> /

Dan Hassler-Forest

/Unsettling pedagogy: Sifting the postcolonial midden heaps of Neill Blomkamp’s District 9 <> /

Gregory Brophy and Shawn Malley

/Mind the knowledge gap: Ex Machina’s reinterpretation of the female android <> /

Ana Oancea

/Race and world memory in Arrival <> /

David H. Fleming

/After monster theory?: Gareth Edwards’s Monsters <> /

Roger Luckhurst

/Book reviews <> /

Kevin M. McGeough and Stefan Ekman

/DVD reviews <> /

Bonnie McLean, Andrew Hoffmann, Cait Coker, and Justice Hagan

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