3 edition of Practicing science fiction found in the catalog.
Practicing science fiction
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Karen Hellekson, Craig B. Jacobsen, Patrick B. Sharp and Lisa Yaszek.|
|Contributions||Hellekson, Karen, 1966-, Jacobsen, Craig B., Sharp, Patrick B., 1967-, Yaszek, Lisa, 1969-|
|LC Classifications||PR830.S35 P73 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010008963|
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About the Book. Drawn from the Science Fiction Research Association conference held in Lawrence, Kansas, inthe essays in this volume address intersections among the reading, writing, and teaching of science fiction.
Part 1 studies the teaching of SF, placing analytical and pedagogical research next to each other to reveal how SF can be. A byproduct of the Science Fiction Research Association conference held in Lawrence, Kansas, inthe essays in this volume address the intersections among the reading, writing, and teaching of science fiction.
Part One studies the teaching of SF, placing analytical and pedagogical research next to each other to reveal how SF can be both an Price: $ Practicing Science Fiction Karen Hellekson, Craig Jacobsen, Patrick Sharp, and Lisa Yaszek Overview.
The edited volume Practicing Science Fiction: Critical Essays on Writing, Reading and Teaching the Genre (ISBN ) seeks to add to the academic literature related to reading, writing, and teaching science presenting these ideas together, we hope to show the synergy.
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