Reconstruction 5.4 (Fall 2005):
Guest Editors: Ximena Gallardo C. and Kim Wells
Ximena Gallardo C., "Beyond Cyborgs?"
C. Jason Smith and Ximena Gallardo C., "Oy Science Fiction: On Genre, Criticism, and Alien Love: An Interview with Marleen S. Barr."
Diana Dominguez, "'It's Not Easy Being a Cast Iron Bitch': Sexual Difference and the Female Action Hero"
Susan A. George, "Pushing Containment: The Tale of the 1950s Science Fiction Vamp"
Andrew Gordon, "Contact: Little Orphan Ellie"
Lorna Jowett, "To the Max: Embodying Intersections in Dark Angel"
Helen Merrick, "Alien(ating) Naturecultures: Feminist SF as Creative Science Studies"
Susan J. Wolfe, "The Trouble with Trills, Gender and Consciousness in Star Trek"
C. Jason Smith on Brian Attebery’s Decoding Gender in Science Fiction
Joe Bisz on Justine Larbalestier’s The Battle of the Sexes in Science Fiction
Carlos Hernandez on Lillian Robinson’s Wonder Women: Feminisms and Superheroes
Melissa Purdue on Mary E. Bradley Lane’s Mizora: A Prophecy
Luke Vassiliou on Ximena Gallardo C. and C. Jason Smith’s Alien Woman: The Making of Lt. Ellen Ripley
Michael Benton on Octavia Butler’s Fledgling
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