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“Travelling Companions” by Augustus Leopold Egg (Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery)

3:1
2010

Special Issue: Steampunk, Science, and (Neo)Victorian Technologies
Guest edited by Rachel A. Bowser and Brian Croxall

Contents Pages  

 Introduction: Industrial Evolution

Rachel A. Bowser and Brian Croxall

1-45 PDF
     

Clacking Control Societies: Steampunk, History, and the Difference Engine of Escape

Patrick Jagoda
46-71 PDF
     

Technology and Morality: The Stuff of Steampunk

Stefania Forlini

72-98 PDF
     

Betrayed by Time: Steampunk & the Neo-Victorian in Alan Moore’s Lost Girls

and The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen

Jason B. Jones

99-126 PDF
     

Steam Wars

Mike Perschon

127-166 PDF
     

Time Machines: Steampunk in Contemporary Art

Caroline Cason Barratt

167-188 PDF
     

Democratising the Past to Improve the Future:

An Interview with Steampunk Godfather Paul Di Filippo

Lisa Yaszek

189-195 PDF
     

‘The Steam Arm’: Proto-Steampunk Themes in a Victorian Popular Song

Kirstie Blair

196-207 PDF

Notes
   

“God Save the Queen, for Someone Must!”: Sebastian O and the Steampunk Aesthetic

Joseph Good

208-215 PDF
     
Reviews    

The Rocky Terrain of British Novel Adaptations: Review of Dianne F. Sadoff,

Victorian Vogue: British Novels on Screen

Thomas Witholt

216-219 PDF
     

Re-Imagined Memory: Review of Kate Mitchell, History and Cultural Memory

in Neo-Victorian Fiction: Victorian Afterimages

Marie-Luise Kohlke

220-230 PDF
     

On (Neo-Victorian) Re-Visions and Foldings: Review of Rachel Carroll (ed.), Adaptation in Contemporary Culture: Textual Infidelities

Rosario Arias

232-243 PDF
     

Steampunk Show Time: Review of Robert Rankin’s The Japanese Devil Fish Girl and Other Unnatural Attractions: A Novel

Marie-Luise Kohlke

244-251 PDF
     
Announcements Page 252-270 PDF
     
Notes on Contributors 271-273 PDF
                                                                                                                                                                                               

 

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