16 December 2017 sees the centenary of the birth of science-fiction writer and science populariser Arthur C. Clarke. Last weekend, scholars and critics came from around the world to reflect upon his work at a conference organised by Dr Andrew M. Butler (Canterbury Christ Church University) and Dr Paul March-Russell (University of Kent).
Philip K. Dick scholar Andrew M. Butler keeps his expectations low and braves the new Blade Runner film.
Senior lecturer Andrew M. Butler considers the reaction to the casting of the first woman to be the star of Doctor Who.
On Sunday afternoon, the BBC tried to break the internet.
Research Seminar: 20 January 2016 – Work In Progress: “Corporate Scumbags”: Neoliberalism, the RoboCop Trilogy and Science Fiction in the 1980s
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