Exploring Gender Fluidity through Science Fiction and Fantasy

This talk is full of spoilers for the various books that are discussed.

The audio track is a bit quiet, but I’m playing it through speakers and it is clear enough.

My thanks again to the University of Liverpool, Professor Beer, the Flagship Group, the Liverpool University Library, and the SF Foundation for making this talk possible. The official page for the talk on the University website is here, and they may prefer you to leave any comments there.

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4 Responses to Exploring Gender Fluidity through Science Fiction and Fantasy

  1. Thanks for writing, speaking and posting! Shared!

  2. Do you have a bibliography (preferably annotated) of the works mentioned anywhere that you can post or send? Thanks, Cheryl!

    Great talk!

    Sally

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