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TOC: ‘Thirty-Five Years of the Jack Williamson Lectureship’ edited by Patrice Caldwell & Stephen Haffner

Haffner Press has posted the table of contents for their upcoming book Thirty-Five Years of the Jack Williamson Lectureship edited by Patrice Caldwell & Stephen Haffner:

  • Preface by Frank Cioffi
  • Introduction by Patrice Caldwell & Betty Williamson
  • 1977: “Williamson Lectureship Notes” by James Gunn
  • 1979: “Playing God: the New Biology Moral Issues” by June Goodfield.
  • 1979: “Genetic Engineering: Fiction into Fact!” by Jack Williamson
  • 1982: “America’s Continuing Controversy Over Humanism” by Dr. John Newport
  • 1982: “Humanism and the Future: A Tentative Proposal for an American Solution” by Dr. John Newport
  • 1983: “The Future of Unhumanism” by Robert Silverberg
  • 1985: “Albert Einstein and the Generation of 1905” by William Eamon
  • 1985: “Technology and Magic” by William Eamon
  • 1991: “Epic Fantasy in the Modern World” by Stephen R. Donaldson
  • 1992: “The Three Cultures” by Joe Haldeman
  • 1996: “Worlds Enough and Time” C.J. Cherryh and Tim Powers
  • 1997: “Images of the Future in Science Fiction Film and Television” Melinda Snodgrass, Mike Resnick and Michael Cassutt
  • 2001: “New Science for a New Century” by Scott Edelman
  • 2001: “Jack Williamson” by Scott Edelman
  • 2003: “Seventy-Five Years of Wonder” by Connie Willis
  • 2003: “75 Years-in-Publication: Celebration” by Joe Haldeman
  • 2007: “From Metal Man to Stonehenge Gate” by Connie Willis, Richard A. Hauptmann, and Eleanor Wood
  • 2009: “Looking for Clues” by Nalo Hopkinson
  • 2010: “ESSAY” by Sean Shepard
  • 2010: “Science Fantasy: Into the Next Decade” by Ian Tregillis
  • 1999-2006: “Williamson Lectureship Coverage in Locus Magazine” by Charles N. Brown
  • “Dream of Earth” by Jack Williamson
  • “The Williamson Lectureship Chronology” by Richard A. Hauptmann
  • Contributors
  • Gallery of Lectureship Posters
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