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'Als alles anders wurde': Feministische Science Fiction als Medium zur Auseinandersetzung mit Reproduktionstechnologien

in: Grimm, Sieglinde and Wanning, Berbeli, eds. Kulturökologie und Literaturdidaktik: Beiträge zur ökologischen Herausforderung in Literatur und Unterricht. Göttingen, : Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht; 2016. p. 197-215.

'The Hidden World Below': Victorian Women Fantasy Poets

in: Murphy, Patrick D. and Hyles, Vernon, eds. The Poetic Fantastic. New York: Greenwood, 1989. pp.52-64.

(E)raced Visions: Women of Color and Science Fiction in the United States

in: Westfahl, Gary/Slusser, George E., eds. Science Fiction, Canonization, Marginalization, and the Academy. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2002. pp. 127-138.

(Global) Women in SF Round Table,

World SF Blog [10 p.] July 11, 2011. (http://worldsf/wordpress.com/)

(Re)Reading for a Chapter on Feminist SF: An Annotated Book List

in: Jones, Gwyneth. Imagination/Space: Essays and Talks on Fiction, Feminism, Technology, and Politics. Seattle, WA: Acqueduct Press, 2009. p. 132-140.

(Re)Reading Queerly: Science Fiction, feminism, and the Defamiliarization of Gender

Science Fiction Studies. 26(1): 23-40. March 1999. Also in: Barr, Marleen S., ed. Future Females, The Next Generation. Lanham: Rowman, 2000 and in: Flanagan, Mary. Reload: Rethinking Women and Cyberculture. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2002. p, 301-320.

200 Significant Science Fiction Books by Women, 1984–2001

New York Review of Science Fiction 25(5): 20-21. January 2013. (No. 293)

A Condition of Potentiality: American Women's Utopian and Science Fiction, 1920-1960.

Ph. D. Dissertation, University of Texas, Austin, 2009. 294 p. (DAI-A 70(8), Febraury 2010)

A CyberRoom of One's Own

in: Flanagan, Mary, and Booth, Austin, eds. Reload: Rethinking Women + Cyberculture. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 2002. p. 148-157.

A Distant Mirror: Ideology and Identity in Quebec's Science Fiction by Women

in: Leroux, Jean-Francois/La Bossiere, Camille R., eds. Worlds of Wonder: Readings in Canadian Science Fiction and Fantasy Literature. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 2004. p. 167-180.

A Gravelled Path: Historicizing Feminist Utopias/Dystopias

in: Alves, Artur Matos, ed. Unveiling the Posthuman. Oxford, UK: Interdisciplinary Press, 2012. p. 75-84.

A Little Womanly Advice

in: Budrys, Algis, ed. L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future, Volume V. Los Angeles: Bridge, 1989. pp.183-190.

A New Species: Gender and Science in Science Fiction

Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1993. 170pp.

A New Species: The Female Tradition in Science Fiction from Mary Shelley to Doris Lessing

Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Pennsylvania, 1985. 207 p. (DAI-A 46(5): 1289. Nov. 1985.)

A Post-Holocaust Bibliography

Janus 6(2): 30. Winter 1980. (Whole No. 18)

Academy Chicago Sets SF Series by Women

Publishers Weekly 227(12):44-45. March 22, 1985.

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