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Science Fiction and Politics, Courtney Brown, Emory University

Science Fiction and Politics, Courtney Brown, Emory University

Released: 2014-04-17
℗ & © 2015 Courtney Brown
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54 Episodes
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Released: 2014-04-17
℗ & © 2015 Courtney Brown
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Redshirts by John Scalzi (Part 2 of 2): Science Fiction and Politics

Redshirts by John Scalzi (Part 2 of 2): Science Fiction and Politics

Science Fiction and Politics, Courtney Brown, Emory University, Spring 2014
Time: 1:07:52
Science Fiction and Politics Class: Redshirts by John Scalzi (Part 2 of 2), Courtney Brown, Emory University.
Episode ID: 1000305830826
GUID: http://www.courtneybrown.com/classes/scifi/mp3/JohnScalzi_Redshirts_Courtney_Brown_2.mp3
Release Date: 17/04/2014, 00:45:00

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Science Fiction and Politics Class, Courtney Brown, Emory University.
It has long been known that science fiction often seeks to foretell future technological developments.
But it is also true that much science fiction foretells social science, and it can offer explicit commentaries on the political and social evolution of our societies.
Isaac Asimov's depiction of the new science of psychohistory, Fritz Lang's biting critique of human society in his science fiction movie "Metropolis," and H.G. Well’s similarly powerful perspective on social and political development as portrayed in his novel "The Time Machine," are just a few examples.
This seminar examines the role of science fiction as a powerful vehicle for social and political commentary, especially as it relates to the evolutionary tendencies of human societies.

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