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Summer Series: Sci-fi, Race, and the Radical Imagination

Stories of social disruption, restructuring, and transformation have long been at the heart of science fiction’s ways of radically re-imagining what ails us. Deans Esther Jones and Betsy Huang discuss what science fiction can teach us about surviving.

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