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Aug 30, 2012

Award-Winning CHASS Alumnus Hosts Science Fiction Reading

Andy Duncan, alumnus from the graduate creative writing program, has gone on to win multiple awards including the Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award for best science fiction story of the year. Come hear Duncan read at the Studio Theatre in Thompson Hall on Sept. 12. 

Dec 19, 2011

Events Preceding the Helvetican Renaissance (Part V – Conclusion)

Editor’s Note: Readers of The Abstract are generally interested in research, science and technology. People that fall into that camp are often also devotees of science fiction. So, in a throw back to the serialized storytelling of the golden age of sci-fi, we decided to serialize some science fiction by one of our favorite authors… 

Dec 12, 2011

Events Preceding the Helvetican Renaissance (Part IV)

Editor’s Note: Readers of The Abstract are generally interested in research, science and technology. People that fall into that camp are often also devotees of science fiction. So, in a throw back to the serialized storytelling of the golden age of sci-fi, we decided to serialize some science fiction by one of our favorite authors… 

Dec 5, 2011

Events Preceding the Helvetican Renaissance (Part III)

Editor’s Note: Readers of The Abstract are generally interested in research, science and technology. People that fall into that camp are often also devotees of science fiction. So, in a throw back to the serialized storytelling of the golden age of sci-fi, we decided to serialize some science fiction by one of our favorite authors… 

Nov 28, 2011

Events Preceding the Helvetican Renaissance (Part II)

Editor’s Note: Readers of The Abstract are generally interested in research, science and technology. People that fall into that camp are often also devotees of science fiction. So, in a throw back to the serialized storytelling of the golden age of sci-fi, we decided to serialize some science fiction by one of our favorite authors… 

Nov 21, 2011

Events Preceding the Helvetican Renaissance (Part I)

Editor’s Note: Readers of The Abstract are generally interested in research, science and technology. People who fall into that camp are often also devotees of science fiction. So, in a throwback to the serialized storytelling of the golden age of sci-fi, we decided to serialize some science fiction by one of our favorite authors –… 

Apr 30, 2009

Kessel Wins Nebula Award

English professor John Kessel won the Nebula Award for Best Novelette for Pride and Prometheus, a tale involving characters from Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice and Mary Shelley's Frankenstein