1. Introduction: Mary Shelley, Frankenstein and women in sf
  2. Mark Bould, Sherryl Vint
  3. pp. 153-155
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  1. Clone club – Frankenstein’s daughters
  2. Stacey Abbott
  3. pp. 157-158
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  1. On cruelty: women and Frankenstein on screen
  2. Sarah Artt
  3. pp. 158-159
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  1. Sf double feature: Mary Shelley’s awakening sexuality and the Rocky Horror Picture Show, 1975 and 2016
  2. Miranda Butler
  3. pp. 160-161
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  1. Bigger on the inside
  2. Megen de Bruin-Molé
  3. pp. 161-162
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  1. Now Voyager, the 1990s fanzine for a female Starfleet captain
  2. Jane Donawerth
  3. pp. 162-164
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  1. Frankenstein’s lasting influence on procreation and creation in sf film
  2. Susan A. George
  3. pp. 164-165
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  1. Hideous progeny and reproductive futurity
  2. Veronica Hollinger
  3. pp. 166-167
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  1. Drowned worlds
  2. Gwyneth Jones
  3. pp. 168-169
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  1. Gender, violence and contemporary adaptations of Frankenstein
  2. Antonija Primorac
  3. pp. 169-170
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  1. Who’s running the show? Women and sf television
  2. Sharon Sharp
  3. pp. 170-171
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  1. Mary Shelley and the occult
  2. Rebekah Sheldon
  3. pp. 172-173
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  1. Frankenstein and the politics of vulnerability
  2. Sara Wasson
  3. pp. 173-175
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  1. Mary Shelley’s legacy
  2. Lisa Yaszek
  3. pp. 175-176
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  1. Precarity, parenthood and play in Jennifer Phang’s Advantageous
  2. T.S. Miller
  3. pp. 177-201
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  1. The art of interpretation: Women, directing and sf television
  2. Stacey Abbott
  3. pp. 203-231
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  1. ‘An otherness that cannot be sublimated’ Shades of Frankenstein in Penny Dreadful and Black Mirror
  2. Sarah Artt
  3. pp. 257-275
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  1. Binary, coded: On the ‘absence’ of the digital in Strange Days
  2. Emma J. Withers
  3. pp. 277-302
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  1. Women scientists in Frankenstein films, 1945–2015
  2. Lissette Lopez Szwydky, Michelle L. Pribbernow
  3. pp. 303-339
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  1. The Woman Fantastic in Contemporary American Media Culture ed. by Elyce Rae Helford et al (review)
  2. Robin Anne Reid
  3. pp. 341-346
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  1. The Handmaid’s Tale (review)
  2. Aino-Kaisa Koistinen, Hanna Samola
  3. pp. 347-351
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  1. Passengers (review)
  2. Skye Cervone
  3. pp. 351-354
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  1. About the contributors
  2. pp. 355-358
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