The SFRA is now accepting applications for the Track A (Graduate Student) Support a New Scholar Program (SNS), for 2019-2020.
This excellence-based grant is aimed to help fund one graduate student of outstanding promise by covering membership costs for two years. You can find the eligibility criteria and application form, in the attachment below.
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: DEC 21, 2018To submit applications or for any questions, please contact the SFRA President, Keren Omry at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The SFRA is delighted to announce that Dr. Emily Cox is the winner of the 2018-19 (Track B) Support a New Scholar Award.
Congratulations, Dr. Cox!
Having completed her doctorate at Brunel University in science fiction literature and continental philosophy, Dr Emily Cox researches sf, gender theory and the work of Giorgio Agamben and Gilles Deleuze. She is particularly interested in applying Agamben’s concepts of inoperativity and bare life to gender theory in sf media and popular culture. Dr Cox also works as Public Relations editor for the journal Femspec, and her article ‘Denuding the Gynoid: The Woman Machine as Bare Life in Alex Garland’s Ex Machina’ is soon to be published in the journal Foundation.