|Author:||Carol Mason,Martin H. Greenberg,Patricia Warrick|
|Publisher:||St. Martin's Press (May 1974)|
|Category:||Fantasy and Science Fiction|
|Other formats:||docx lit lrf rtf|
Anthropology Through Science Fiction book.
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SFE : Science Fiction Encyclopedia : (1941-2011) US anthologist and academic, not to be confused with . Anthropology Through Science Fiction (New York: St Martin's Press, 1974) with Carol Mason and Patricia Warrick.
SFE : Science Fiction Encyclopedia : (1941-2011) US anthologist and academic, not to be confused with Martin Greenberg, no relation. Sociology Through Science Fiction (New York: St Martin's Press, 1974) with John W Milstead, Joseph D Olander and Patricia Warrick.
Anthropology through science fiction.
My son had to read this book for this Science Fiction College class. Still, I can easily see developing an entire course around what Warrick, Waugh and Greenberg have collected in this volume. 19 people found this helpful.
This series examines representations of anthropology in science-fiction. Emma, Marie-Pierre and Rayna discuss cases from various TV series, movies and books and what they reveal about popular perceptions regarding this science and its branches (archeology, linguistic anthropology, biological anthropology and sociocultural anthropology). Chad Oliver’s Shadows in the Sun. Author himself is a practicing anthropologist.