1. “How to go forward”: Catastrophe and Comedy in Kim Stanley Robinson’s Science in the Capital Trilogy
  2. Robert Markley
  3. pp. 7-27
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  1. Archaeologies of the “Amodern”: Science and Society in Galileo’s Dream
  2. Sherryl Vint
  3. pp. 29-51
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  1. Greener on the Other Side: Science Fiction and the Problem of Green Nanotechnology
  2. Colin Milburn
  3. pp. 53-87
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  1. Making Huckleberries: Reforming Science and Whiteness in Science in the Capital
  2. De Witt Douglas Kilgore
  3. pp. 89-108
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  1. Reading and Revolution on the Horizon of Myth and History: Kim Stanley Robinson’s Mars Trilogy
  2. Kenneth Knoespel
  3. pp. 109-136
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  1. Notes on Extinction and Existence
  2. Eugene Thacker
  3. pp. 137-148
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  1. Possible Mountains and Rivers: The Zen Realism of Kim Stanley Robinson’s Three Californias
  2. Istvan Csicsery-Ronay Jr.
  3. pp. 149-185
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  1. “Science’s Consciousness”: An Interview with Kim Stanley Robinson
  2. Doug Davis, Lisa Yaszek
  3. pp. 187-194
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  1. Kim Stanley Robinson Maps the Unimaginable: Critical Essays by William J. Burling (review)
  2. Jason W. Ellis
  3. pp. 195-199
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  1. 2312 by Kim Stanley Robinson (review)
  2. Kathleen Ann Goonan
  3. pp. 199-203
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  1. Introduction
  2. Lisa Yaszek, Doug Davis
  3. pp. 1-6
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 205-207
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