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My PhD research traces the emergence of a Posthuman turn within Science Fiction literature by analysing works produced by three prominent authors in the genre over the last three-quarters-of-a-century; Isaac Asimov, Ursula K. Le Guin, and Kim Stanley Robinson. In line with my contention that modern SF is no longer reducible to a distinct megatext, and that contemporary Science Fiction is a (post)human art form spread across a broad range of modalities, my thesis also analyses a number of non- or semi-canonical texts, such as the rebooted BBC television series Doctor Who, the videogame Outer Wilds, the Cube Trilogy, and J.P. Delaney’s The Perfect Wife.

For my publication and teaching profiles, please see my staff webpage