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SFRA Support a New Scholar Program (SNS) for 2021-22

We are pleased to post a call for applications for the SFRA Support a New Scholar Program (SNS), for 2021-22*. This New Scholars Program supports advanced students and scholars of outstanding promise to assist them in taking part as active members of the science...

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Coronavirus News

Dear SFRA, Unfortunately, I must write you today with the news that our planned meeting for July 2020 has been canceled due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. The executive committee would like to thank the conference’s local organizers, Rebekah Sheldon and De Witt...

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Support a New Scholar Award Winner Announcement

Congratulations, Beata Gubacsi, on winning the Support a New Scholar Award! Beata Gubacsi is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Liverpool. Her research interests are genre, trauma, climate and animal studies, technology in medicine, and health care with a focus on...

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SFRA Review 323 Out Now!

SF Review 323, the latest issue of SFRA Review, is now out! It includes an article on gender and SF via handmaids, androids, and sex dolls by our New Scholar Grant winner Emily Cox as well as a Feature 101 article by Victor Grech on Manichaeism in Star Trek's...

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Support a New Scholar Award Winner Announcement

The SFRA is delighted to announce that Dr. Emily Cox is the winner of the 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,...

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Call for Papers: SFRA 2018: “The Future of Labor”

The call for papers for SFRA 2018 (Sunday, July 1 - Wednesday, July 4; Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI) is now available! The conference theme is "The Future of Labor." Click "Events" in the menu to see the full CFP; abstracts are due at the end of March.

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