CFP: Productive Futures: The Political Economy of Science Fiction, Bloomsbury, London, 12-14 September 2019
By Skye Cervone In CFP On April 24, 2019
Productive Futures: The Political Economy of Science Fiction
Bloomsbury, London, 12-14 September 2019
Guest authors: Aliette de Bodard, Zen Cho, Tade Thompson
Keynote speakers: Dr Caroline Edwards, Dr Joan Haran
The history of science fiction (SF) is a history of unreal economics: from asteroid mining to interstellar trade, from the sex-work of replicants to the domestic labour of the housewives of galactic suburbia, from the abolition of money and property to techno-capitalist tragedies of the near future.
LSFRC invites abstracts of 300 words, plus 50 word bios, addressing economic themes in SF, and/or exploring how SF can help to widen and evolve our sense of the economic. We encourage submissions from collaborators across disciplines and/or institutions. Please submit to firstname.lastname@example.org by 31st May 2019.
For the full length call for papers, and more information, please visit http://www.lsfrc.co.uk/…/call-for-papers-productive-futures/ or email email@example.com. We have a gath.io page: https://gath.io/s6knwgTzC
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