55-year old para-academic. Also with role in Science Fiction Foundation, and formerly British Science Fiction Association.
Victorian literature, genre fiction, science in literature, science fiction, fantasy
Rachel Haywood Ferreira is an Associate Professor of Spanish and Portuguese at Iowa
State University. She has worked with Latin American science fiction in a variety of
media, from novels and short stories to comics, magazines and fanzines, and some film. Her articles on early and golden age sf have appeared in Science Fiction Studies, Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts, Hispania, Extrapolation, the Revista Iberoamericana, and the new anthologies Latin American Science Fiction: Theory and Practice (2012) and Parabolas of Science Fiction (forthcoming 2013). She is the author
of The Emergence of Latin American Science Fiction (Wesleyan University Press, 2011).
…Grad Stud Feminist Science Fiction & Popular Culture…
Science Fiction, Feminist Studies, Genre, Popular Culture
Science Fiction, Media Studies, Migration and Globalization, Energy
Critical animal studies, feminist and gender studies, speculative fiction, science fiction
Contemporary French fiction
science fiction, interdisciplinary fiction, playwriting, Czech fiction, German fiction, Swedish fiction, interdisciplinary writing
cultural studies, media studies, digital humanities, science fiction, contemporary literature
science fiction, popular culture, contemporary literature, ecological humanities