restricted access   Volume 20, Number 1-2, Winter-Spring 2012

Table of Contents



pp. 1-6

“How to go forward”: Catastrophe and Comedy in Kim Stanley Robinson’s Science in the Capital Trilogy

pp. 7-27

Archaeologies of the “Amodern”: Science and Society in Galileo’s Dream

pp. 29-51

Greener on the Other Side: Science Fiction and the Problem of Green Nanotechnology

pp. 53-87

Making Huckleberries: Reforming Science and Whiteness in Science in the Capital

pp. 89-108

Reading and Revolution on the Horizon of Myth and History: Kim Stanley Robinson’s Mars Trilogy

pp. 109-136

Notes on Extinction and Existence

pp. 137-148

Possible Mountains and Rivers: The Zen Realism of Kim Stanley Robinson’s Three Californias

pp. 149-185

“Science’s Consciousness”: An Interview with Kim Stanley Robinson

pp. 187-194

Book Reviews

Kim Stanley Robinson Maps the Unimaginable: Critical Essays by William J. Burling (review)

pp. 195-199

2312 by Kim Stanley Robinson (review)

pp. 199-203


pp. 205-207