Hive mind. What feminist science fiction do you like teaching? Handmaid's Tale? Left Hand of Darkness? Female Man? Others?

Jun 27, 2011 12:44 PM from George Mason University
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kfitz
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My Race, Gender, & SF syllabus. Some things on it are more fun than others, but it's all pretty great. http://t.co/0Sl7Ske

http://machines.pomona.edu/55-2008/syllabus/index.html
8 years ago from Claremont, CA  
KelliMarshall
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Would KINDRED count?

8 years ago from Ohio  
triproftri
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Passion of New Eve (Carter)?

8 years ago from San Jose, CA  
afamiglietti
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girl who was plugged in, the parable of the sower

8 years ago from North Atlanta, United States  
newsmary
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Have been taught Herland (awful), Woman on the Edge of Time (amazing), & some Octavia Butler (mind-expanding), if that helps.

8 years ago from London  
Leonardo_UPRM
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Tales of by Samuel R. Delany.

8 years ago from Mayaguez, Puerto Rico  
Greene_DM
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Tiptree's 'Painwise' and 'The Women Men Don't See'. Arguably Willis' 'Doomsday Book'.

8 years ago from Washington, DC  
willburdette
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"his vegetable wife" by Pat Murphy is one of my favs.

8 years ago from Austin  
pandorakat
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Vandana Singh! In my hsci&gender class the students soared w/ "Somadeva" http://bit.ly/jUMfyu & see http://bit.ly/7cLQcb

http://www.strangehorizons.com/2010/20100329/somadeva-f.shtml
http://www.zubaanbooks.com/zubaan_books_details.asp?BookID=117
8 years ago from Norman, Oklahoma  
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