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Ethnicity and Perspectives on Speculative Fiction

What:
Academic
When:
17:00, Friday 31 Jul 2020 NZST (50 minutes)
Where:
Programming - Programme Room 6 (Zoom Meetings)
How:
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Academic
Discussion:
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Gina Cole

Wayfinding Pasifikafuturism: An Indigenous Science Fiction Vision of the Ocean in Space

Pasifikafuturism is a theoretical construct inspired by Afrofuturism and its Indigenous Futurisms fictive kin, that situates Māori and Pasifika science fiction in the afterlife of colonisation.

Eugen Bacon

The State of Black Speculative Fiction

Writers of colour are ever more claiming their right to tell their own stories in invented worlds with characters they can identify with. This new brand of writing is taking form in small press publishing afrofuturistic dystopias, myths and epics delivered to a growing readership that is openminded and inquisitive.


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