July 22, 2021July 22, 2021
Below is a write-up on the conference by Alfa Runnegar, who has just completed the second year of her English...
May 24, 2021
Schedule & sign-up info for ‘The stars look very different today’: Migration and Exile in Science Fiction ConferenceMay 24, 2021
‘The stars look very different today’: Migration and Exile in Science Fiction Conference 12th June 2021 To mark...
November 2, 2020November 2, 2020
In September 2020 the Centre for Science Fiction and Fantasy hosted an online conference to discuss walls and barriers...
October 15, 2020October 15, 2020
Claire Tan has recently published an article on Le Guin and Huxley in the University of Glasgow University journal...
October 14, 2020October 14, 2020
What: Five PhD researchers from AHSS working in the genres of Science Fiction and Fantasy will give 10- to...
January 8, 2020January 8, 2020
Chandra Clarke, one of ARU’s Creative Writing PhD Research Students and a student member of CSFF, is nearing the...
September 13, 2019September 13, 2019
CSFF Co-Director Dr Bettina Beinhoff researches ‘conlangs’, or created languages created for SFF books and films, such as Klingon, Elvish,...
August 12, 2019August 12, 2019
[Note, this article contains spoilers for both Éilís Ní Dhuibhne’s The Bray House and Sarah Davis-Goff’s Last Ones Left...
August 2, 2019August 2, 2019
This week’s PhD Student Profile is of Ginger Thomason. Tell us about your research! Food, fantastic food. Lembas and...
July 23, 2019July 23, 2019
CSFF co-director Professor Sarah Annes Brown is currently researching the influence of Shakespeare on science fiction. Here she discusses...
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The Centre for Science Fiction and Fantasy connects two major strengths within Anglia Ruskin University: writing and publishing alongside literary criticism. It is comprised of Faculty members, associate lecturers and postgraduate and undergraduate students.