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Red Planets
Marxism and Science Fiction
Mark Bould, ed.; China Miéville, ed.

Wesleyan University Press



Contents

• Series Preface – Mike Wayne and Esther Leslie
• Introduction: Rough Guide to a Lonely Planet, from Nemo to Neo – Mark Bould
• THINGS TO COME
• The Anamorphic Estrangements of Science Fiction – Matthew Beaumont
• Art as 'The Basic Technique of Life': Utopian Art and Art in Utopia in
The Dispossessed and Blue Mars – William J. Burling
• Marxism, Cinema and some Dialectics of Science Fiction and Film Noir – Carl Freedman
• Spectacle, Technology and Colonialism in SF Cinema: the Case of Wim Wenders’
Until the End of the World’ – John Rieder
• WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE
• The Singularity is Here – Steven Shaviro
• Species and Species Being: Alienated Subjectivity and the Commodification of Animals – Sherryl Vint
• Ken MacLeod’s Permanent Revolution: Utopian Possible Worlds, History, and the
Augenblick in the Fall Revolution Quartet – Phillip Wegner
• BACK TO THE FUTURE
• 'Madonna in moon rocket with breeches': Weimar SF Film Criticism during the Stabilisation Period – Iris Luppa
• The Urban Question in New Wave SF – Rob Latham
• Toward a Revolutionary Science Fiction: Althusser's Critique of Historicity – Darren Jorgensen
• Utopia and Science Fiction Revisited – Andrew Milner
• Afterword: Cognition as Ideology: A Dialectic of SF Theory – China Miéville
• Appendices
• About the Contributors
• Index

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