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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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SFRA Graduate Student Paper Award

SFRA Grad Student Members: Remember to submit your conference presentation from last summer’s SFRA 2017 conference in Riverside for consideration for the Graduate Student Paper Award. It’s a great opportunity to have your work honored by your sf peers and to build...

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SFRA Bylaws Revision

Dear SFRA Members, As promised, on October 4th, you will be sent a link to a ballot on the proposed revisions to the bylaws. As you may recall, the proposal is to create staggered terms for the executive committee, by ending the current Vice President and Treasurer's...

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SFRA Awards 2017!

SFRA Awards 2017! The Science Fiction Research Association (www.sfra.org) is very pleased to announce the winners of this year’s SFRA awards, which were presented at the annual meeting of the organization, held this year in Riverside, CA, from June 28-July 1, 2017....

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SFRA 2017 Conference Travel Grants

The Executive Board of the Science Fiction Research Association invites travel grant proposals to attend and present at the annual conference of the Science Fiction Research Association. Maximum awards of $300 for regional and $500 for international travel may be...

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Michael Levy

The SFRA is saddened to note the passing of past President Michael Levy. Mike was an important member of the Association, having served not only as President but as Vice President and organizer or co-organizer of several SFRA conferences. In 2007 he was awarded SFRA's...

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SFRA 318 Out Now!

Dear All, SFRA Review 318 is now out, with a report by our Support a Scholar recipient Joy M. Hancock, who discusses her research project in her article, 'Ice as Battlefield in 1920s German Science Fiction.' Alongside this report, we have Feature 101 articles by...

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