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January 2008, Week 2


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Sherryl Vint <[log in to unmask]>
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*Science Fiction Film and Television* is a biannual, peer-reviewed journal
published by Liverpool University Press. Edited by Mark Bould (UWE) and
Sherryl Vint (Brock University), with an international board of advisory
editors, it encourages dialogue among the scholarly and intellectual
communities of film studies, sf studies and television studies.

We invite submissions on all areas of sf film and television, from Hollywood
productions to Korean or Turkish sf film, from Sci-Fi Channel productions to
the origins of sf tv in *Rod Brown of the Rocket Rangers* or *The Quatermass
Experiment*. We encourage papers which consider neglected texts, propose
innovative ways of looking at canonical texts, or explore the tensions and
synergies that emerge from the interaction of genre and medium.

We publish articles (6000-8000 words), book and DVD reviews (1000-2000
words) and review essays (up to 5000 words), as well as archive entries (up
to 5000 words) on theorists (which introduce the work of key and emergent
figures in sf studies, television studies or film studies) and texts (which
describe and analyse little-known or unduly neglected films or television

Articles should be 6000-8000 words (MLA format) and include a 100-word
abstract. Electronic submission in MS Word is preferred. Send submissions to
both editors at [log in to unmask] and [log in to unmask] If you have
an idea for a contribution to the archives section, please contact the
editors to discuss your proposal.

Advisory Editorial Board: Jonathan Bignell (University of Reading),
Catherine Constable (University of Warwick), Susan A. George (University of
California, Berkeley), Elyce Rae Helford (Middle Tennessee State
University), Matt Hills (Cardiff University), Brooks Landon (University of
Iowa), Rob Latham (University of Iowa), Susan Napier (Tufts University),
Sharalyn Orbaugh (University of British Columbia), David Seed (University of
Liverpool), Steve Shaviro (Wayne State University), Vivian Sobchack
(University of California, Los Angeles) and JP Telotte (Georgia Institute of

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