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  • Index to volume 11
A symposium on Mary Shelley, Frankenstein and women in sf by Stacey Abbott, Sarah Artt, Miranda Butler, Megen de Bruin-Molé, Jane Donawerth, Susan A. George, Veronica Hollinger, Gwyneth Jones, Antonija Primorac, Sharon Sharp, Rebekah Sheldon, Sara Wasson, Lisa Yaszek 157
Abbott, Stacey, The art of interpretation: women, directing and sf television 203
Alexander, Jonathan and Karen Yescavage, Sex and the AI: queering intimacies 73
Artt, Sarah, 'An otherness that cannot be sublimated': shades of Frankenstein in Penny Dreadful and Black Mirror 257
Bould, Mark and Sherryl Vint, Introduction: Mary Shelley, Frankenstein and women in sf 153
de Bruin-Molé, Megen, 'Hail, Mary, the Mother of Science Fiction': popular fictionalisations of Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley in film and television, 1935–2018 233
Byrnes, Alicia, Johansson's real performance: documentary style in Under the Skin 29
Comfort, Nathaniel, True crime: Orphan Black's Cold River and the history of American eugenics 377
Constable, Catherine, Challenging capitalism: ethics, exploitation and the sublime in Moon and Source Code 417
Dillender, Kirsten, Not your average ancestry: genetic testing and family identities in Orphan Black 406
Duncan, Rebecca, From Cheap Labour to surplus humanity: world-ecology and the postapartheid speculative in Neill Blomkamp's District 9 45
Hallqvist, Johan, Negotiating humanity: anthropomorphic robots in the Swedish television series Real Humans 449
Hamner, Everett, ed., Orphan Black as protest: a symposium on Orphan Black 359
Hamner, Everett, Sterility, abominations and the optical illusions of Orphan Black 411
Higgins, David M., Orphan Black and neocitizenship 391
Kunzelman, Cameron, The click of a button: video games and the mechanics of speculation 469
Lieberman, Jennifer L., Infertility and parenthood in Orphan Black 401
Loreck, Janice, Race and stardom in Ghost in the Shell 37
Loreck, Janice, Whitney Monaghan and Kirsten Stevens, eds, Stardom and sf: a symposium on the sf films of Scarlett Johansson 1
Matthews, Malcolm, A façade of feminism: Scarlett Johansson and Miss Representation 5
Miller, T.S., Precarity, parenthood and play in Jennifer Phang's Advantageous 177
Sheldon, Rebekah, Trans-embodiment and the biopolitics of reproduction in Orphan Black 385
Shetley, Vernon, Performing the inhuman: Scarlett Johansson and sf film 13
Stevens, Kirsten, Between attraction and anxiety: Scarlett Johansson, female knowledge and the mind-body split in Lucy 21
Vint, Sherryl, Orphan Black, biocapital and venture science 372
Wald, Priscilla, Nothing is sacred: patenting life in Orphan Black 366
Wilbanks, Rebecca, Orphan Black and race: omissions and a new realism 395
Withers, Emma J., Binary, coded: on the 'absence' of the digital in Strange Days 277
Lopez Szwydky, Lissette and Michelle L. Pribbernow, Women scientists in Frankenstein films, 1945–2015 303
Review essays
Canavan, Gerry, Living in the future 491
Jarvis, Michael, Anger translator: Jordan Peele's Get Out 97
Book reviews
Gil, Steven, Science Wars through the Stargate: Explorations of Science and Society in Stargate SG-1 (Jan Johnson-Smith) 111
Goodrum and Philip Smith, eds, Firefly Revisited: Essays on Joss Whedon's Classic Series (Miranda Steege) 113
Hauskeller, Michael, Thomas D. Philbeck and Curtis D. Carbonell, eds, The Palgrave Handbook of Posthumanism in Film and Television (Walter Merryman) 117
Helford, Elyce Rae, Shiloh Carroll, Sarah Gray and Michael R. Howard II, eds. The Woman Fantastic in Contemporary American Media Culture (Robin Anne Reid) 341
Hills, Matt, Doctor Who: The Unfolding Event – Marketing, Merchandising and Mediatizing a Brand Anniversary (Barbara Selznick) 499
McQueen, Sean, Deleuze and Baudrillard: From Cyberpunk to Biopunk (D. Harlan Wilson) 502
Milburn, Colin, Mondo Nano: Fun and Games in the World of Digital Matter (Chris Carloy) 123
Shaviro, Steven, Discognition (Scott Selisker) 505
Vint, Sherryl, ed., Science Fiction and Cultural Theory: A Reader (John Rieder) 509
Whaley, Deborah Elizabeth, Black Women in Sequence: Re-Inking Comics, Graphic Novels, and Anime (Sarah Holland) 125
DVD reviews
10 Cloverfield Lane (Erin Harrington) 131
Blade Runner 2049 (Giorgina Paiella) 513
The Handmaid's Tale (Aino-Kaisa Koistinen and Hanna Samola) 347
The Lobster (Shelby Cadwell) 136
Moana (Gerry Canavan) 139
Mr. Robot: Seasons 1 and 2 (Matthew Flisfeder) 143
Passengers (Skye Cervone) 351

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