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  Volume 13, Number 2, Fall 2013

Table of Contents

“The British Boom”

Editors’ Note

pp. v-vi
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The British Science Fiction Boom: Tracking the Currents of the Future between Postimperialism, Postnationalism, and Globalization: Editorial Introduction

pp. 1-12
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From Genre to Political Economy: Miéville’s The City & The City and Uneven Development

pp. 13-30
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Detonating New Shockwaves of Possibility: Alternate Histories and the Geopolitical Aesthetics of Ken MacLeod and Iain M. Banks

pp. 31-66
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The Boom’s Near Future: Postnational Ill-Fantasy, or Literature Under the Sign of Crisis

pp. 67-100
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Colonial Ambiguity and Ambivalence in Gwyneth Jones’s Aleutian Trilogy

pp. 101-132
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Articles

The Tain and the Tain: China Miéville’s Gift of Uncanny London

pp. 133-153
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Visualizing the British Boom: British Science Fiction Film and Television

pp. 155-178
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Infrapolitics and the (Non)Subject: On Ethics, Politics, and Radical Alterity

pp. 179-201
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Orality and Politics in Latin America: Thresholds of Illiteracy

pp. 203-222
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Frame-Up: James, Caché, and the Borders of the Visible

pp. 223-238
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Mapping Ararat: Augmented Reality, Virtual Tourism, and Grand Island’s Jewish Ghosts

pp. 239-264
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Contributors

pp. 265-267
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Research Areas

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