2016/11/19

The WisCon Chronicles Vol. 10: Social Justice (Redux) が刊行!巽先生によるご論文 “Towards a Transpacific Gender-Bending Poetics: Between the Tiptree Award and the Sense of Gender Award” が掲載されています!

The WisCon Chronicles Vol. 10: Social Justice (Redux) は、2014年の WisCon をもとにしつつ、“social justice redux” をテーマに編まれた一冊。27本の論考が掲載されています。編者の Margaret McBrideによれば、テーマの “social justice” は本書収録のAlaya Dawn Johnson による “A Mission Mirrors: WisCon 39 Guest of Honor Speech” で提示された「女性に対する暴力と偏見をめぐる問題」、および同じく本書収録の Kim Stanley Robinson による “WisCon 39 GoH Speech” で提示された「環境問題」を念頭に置きつつ、アーシュラ・K・ルグウィンの “Does Gender Matter [Redux]” へのオマージュとして“redux”が付されています。

巽先生によるご論文 “Towards a Transpacific Gender-Bending Poetics: Between the Tiptree Award and the Sense of Gender Award”では、初めて WisCon に参加された年であり、かつ第 65回ワールドコンが横浜で開催された年でもある 2007年を回想されながら、WisConによって培われた国際的友好関係のもとで、米国のジェイムズ・ティプトリー・ジュニア賞とその姉妹賞である日本のセンス・オブ・ジェンダー賞が、「ジェンダー交換の詩学」において重なりあった瞬間が考察されています。ご関心のある方は、ぜひご一読ください!



The WisCon Chronicles Vol. 10: Social Justice (Redux) 
Edited by Margaret McBride
paperback 228 pages
Aqueduct Press, 2016
$15.00 (paperback)
$7.50 (e-book)

CONTENTS
  • Welcome to WisCon Chronicles: Volume 10: Social Justice Redux (Margaret McBride)
  • A Millions Mirrors: WisCon 39 Guest of Honor Speech (Alaya Dawn Johnson)
  • WisCon 39 GoH Speech (Kim Stanley Robinson)
  • “I Begin to Meet You at Last”: On the Tiptree-Russ-Le Guin Correspondence (Julie Phillips)
  • Six Haiku about WisCon (Nancy Jane Moore)
  • “The Divine Right of Kings” (Nancy Jane Moore)
  • Emotions and Oppression (Ian K. Hagemann)
  • What Should Diversity Look Like for Trans People? (Cheryl Morgan)
  • Lesbians, Transsexuals, Madness, and the Monstrous Paranormal in The Drowning Girl (Santino Vella Norris)
  • T-shirt Diplomacy (Terry Garey)
  • Ellen Klages and the Tiptree Auction (Reprinted from Ellen”s post on the Tiptree blog)
  • Eleanor Arnason: Not Your Mama’s Moral Development (Sandra J. Lindow)
  • About Trolls, Humans, and Finnish Weird—The Story of My James Tiptree Jr. Award  (Johanna Sinisalo)
  • Towards a Transpacific Gender-Bending Poetics: Between the Tiptree Award and the Sense of Gender Award (Takayuki Tatsumi)
  • From the “Write Something WisCon” Board at WisCon 39 A collaborative story (initiated and collected by Clara Abnet-Holden)
  • Scientist, Sleuth, and Sweetheart: Review of Comic Jill Trent, Science Fiction (Ajani Brown)
  • Learning to Love Joanna: Letters of Feminism, Anger, and Courage (Kathryn Allan)
  • Earthsea, at Last, or “Better Late Than Never” (Andrew Ferguson)
  • Across the Lies of Space and Time (Nisi Shawl)
  • Notes Found in the Wreckage (Anne Sheldon)
  • “The King Was Pregnant,” Or Caitlyn Jenner Is Not a Gethenian: Transgender Discourse Necessitates Reading The Left Hand of Darkness (Marleen S. Barr)  
  • The Woman and the River: Engineering Social Equity in Lois Bujold’s Sharing Knife Series (Sylvia Kelso)
  • In Memory of Suzette Hayden Elgin (MJ Hardman)
  • Friends Don’t Let Friends Run a Worldcon (Unless They’re Your WisCon Friends) (Isabel Schechter)
  • Possible Futures Make Actual History: Stories for Chip (Evan J. Peterson) 
  • Teaching Science Fiction, Part 1: Social Theory in Practice (Ariel Wetzel)
  • Teaching Science Fiction, Part 2: The James Tiptree Jr. Award (Margaret McBride)


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Edited by Margaret McBride, The WisCon Chronicles Vol. 10: Social Justice (Redux)  (Aqueduct Press, 2016)



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