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Title Steaming into a Victorian future : a steampunk anthology / edited by Julie Anne Taddeo, Cynthia J. Miller.
Published Lanham, Md. : Scarecrow Press, 2013.
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 Floor4  PN3448.S73 S74 2013    IN LIBRARY
  
Description xxvi, 334 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Some notes on the steampunk social problem novel / Catherine Siemann -- Useful troublemakers: social retrofuturism in the steampunk novels of Gail Carriger and Cherie Priest / Mike Perschon -- Corsets of steel: steampunk's reimagining of Victorian femininity / Julie Anne Taddeo -- Love and the machine: technology and human relationships in steampunk romance and erotica / Dru Pagliassotti -- "Anything is possible for a man in a top hat with a monkey with a monocle:" remixing steampunk in Professor Elemental's The indifference engine / Jamieson Ridenhour --"In sum, evil has prevailed": the moral morass of science and exploration in Jacques Tardi's The Arctic marauder / Erika Behrisch Elce -- "Fulminations and fulgurators": Jules Verne, Karel Zeman, and steampunk cinema / John C. Tibbetts -- Airships east, zeppelins west: steampunk's fantastic frontiers Cynthia J. Miller -- Enacting the never-was: upcycling the past, present, and future in steampunk / Suzanne Barber, Matt Hale -- Objectified and politicized: the dynamics of Ideology and consumerism in steampunk subculture / Diana M. Pho -- "Love the machine, hate the factory": steampunk design and the vision of a Victorian future / Sally-Anne Huxtable -- Steve Jobs versus the Victorians: steampunk, design, and the history of technology in society / Amy Sue Bix -- Remaking the world: the steampunk Inventor on page and screen / A. Bowdoin Van Riper -- Steampunk's legacy: collecting and exhibiting the future of yesterday / Jeanette Atkinson.
Subject Steampunk fiction -- History and criticism.
Steampunk culture.
Related Names Taddeo, Julie Anne.
Miller, Cynthia J., 1958-
ISBN 9780810885868 (cloth : alk. paper)
0810885867 (cloth : alk. paper)
9780810885875 (ebook)
OCLC number 796002501