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iDoc Highlight Video: Ariel Kroon on Science Fiction as Archive
Date
2018-08-23 (Creation date: 2017-11-28)
Main contributor
Wilson, Sheena
Summary
PhD student Ariel Kroon on her research and understanding Canadian science fiction as an archive of the future.
Contributors
Wilson, Sheena; Mookerjea, Sourayan; Luka, M.E.; Mazur, Holly; Belland, Myles; Oskay, Ipek; Jorgensen-Skakum, Danika; Beça, Andrea; Taylor, Sarah; Riden, Yalitsa
Publisher
Just Powers
Subjects
archive; post apocalyptic narratives; environment; literature; novels; futures; imaginary; Cold War; feminist futures; activism; feminism; energy systems; 20th century; renewable energy; community; community energy transition
Genres
Documentary; Interview
Language
English
License / Terms of Use
CC0 1.0 Universal
Locations
World; North and Central America; Canada; Alberta; Edmonton
Collection
Just Powers - iDoc
Unit
Default Unit
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Creation/Production Credits

pro: M.E. Luka; pro: Sheena Wilson; pro: Sourayan Mookerjea; drt: M.E. Luka; drt: Sheena Wilson;ctb: Ipek Oskay;ctb: Danika Jorgensen-Skakum;vdg: Holly Mazur;rcd: Myles Belland;edt: Yalitsa Riden; edt: M.E. Luka;edt: Andrea Beça;edt: Sarah Taylor;ivr: Sheena Wilson;ive: Ariel Kroon;fnd: Canada First Research Excellence Fund (CFREF) - Future Energy Systems (FES);fnd: Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC);fnd: Kule Institute for Advanced Study (KIAS)