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Vol 4, No 8 (2014): Technology, Imagination, Narrative Forms Sympathy for the Clone: (Post)Human Identities Enhanced by the ‘Evil Science’ Construct and its Commodifying Practices in Contemporary Clone Fiction Abstract  PDF
Jimena Escudero Pérez
 
Vol 6, No 11 (2016): Forms, Strategies and Mutations of Serial Narrative Narrative Worlds and Future Histories. Models of Serial Expansion from Pulp Magazines to Transmedia Franchises. Abstract  PDF (Italiano)
Paolo Bertetti
 
Vol 4, No 7 (2014): The Powers of Rhetoric Italian Alternative History literature. Alternative History and Propaganda in Italian Tales. Abstract  PDF (Italiano)
Emiliano Marra
 
Vol 4, No 8 (2014): Technology, Imagination, Narrative Forms “To boldly go where no series has gone before”. Star Trek - The Original Series in Italy: Techno-Scientific Language, Dubbing, Fandom Abstract  PDF (Italiano)
Giulia Iannuzzi
 
Vol 4, No 8 (2014): Technology, Imagination, Narrative Forms The Electric Sheep Nightmare. J. G. Ballard and the Perverse Use of Technology Abstract  PDF
Andrea Chiurato
 
Vol 4, No 8 (2014): Technology, Imagination, Narrative Forms Memories of Future Masculine Identities: A Comparison of Philip K. Dick’s “We Can Remember it for you Wholesale”, the 1990 Film Total Recall and its 2012 Remake Abstract  PDF
Amaya Fernández-Menicucci
 
Vol 5, No 10 (2015): The Political Imaginary: Commitment, Resistance, Ideology Apocalypse Then: (Other) Fragments of Postmodern Impegno Between Science Fiction, Humor and Environmentalism Abstract  PDF (Italiano)
Giorgio Busi Rizzi
 
Vol 1, No 1 (2011): Frontiers, Borders, Limits Time and Space in J. G. Ballard's Chronopolis Abstract  PDF (Italiano)  PDF (ENGLISH)
Ignazio Sanna
 
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