Gerry Canavan

Gerry Canavan is an assistant professor in the English department at Marquette University, teaching 20th- and 21st-century literature. His current research projects include Science Fiction and Totality and Modern Masters of Science Fiction: Octavia E. Butler, as well as co-editing The Cambridge Companion to American Science Fiction and the journal Science Fiction Film and Television. His edited collection of critical essays, Green Planets: Ecology and Science Fiction, is available now from Wesleyan University Press.


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Climate-Anxious Late Environmentalism

"Green Planets" takes as its starting point the fact that we and everything else that lives on/in/through planet Earth are in a lot of trouble....

Climate-Anxious Late Environmentalism


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