This Summer, Mythgard Institute is offering a course on Science Fiction (Part I), taught by Dr. Amy H. Sturgis. The 12 week online course covers science fiction from Proto-Science Fiction through to the Golden Age and will run from August to November.

From the course page:

What does it mean to be human? Are we alone? What wonders or terrors will tomorrow hold? Join award-winning scholar Dr. Amy H. Sturgis as she explores the ways in which the literature of science fiction over time has asked the question: “What if?” This course will consider the development of the genre from “proto-SF” writings through the Golden Age, with an eye toward how the great works and movements within science fiction both reflect the concerns and attitudes of their time and imagine beyond them. Discover why author Ray Bradbury called science fiction “the most important literature in the history of the world.”

Here’s a video explaining more…

Get more details at the Mythgard Institute course page.

Also: On June 5, 2014, at 8pm EDT, Dr. Amy H. Sturgis will be hosting a free, live Q&A session about the course. Everyone is invited!

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