Art of the Week is today about the Jedi Archive in Star Wars and its historical model, the Long Room of the Old Library in Trinity College, Dublin.
The Patreon-only newsletter for October! With: conferences in Dublin & Berlin, the Dark Side of Academic Scholarship and Patreon Sepcials!
In almost two weeks the 77th World Science Fiction Convention (Worldcon) starts in Dublin! Today, the awesome organizers published the whole programme with presentations, talks, panels, masquerade, readings etc. It has, if printed, 150 (!!!) pages. Here you can see the whole programme. I have the great honor to be part of the programme with…
A lot of exciting things happened! So I wrote a very late (or early) News & Update post for you! This one covers: News for AHF@Worldcon77 in DublinAHF@GfF Conference in BerlinAHF@University of MainzNew motifs for the Merch ShopFuture Plans This kind of newsletter is for Patreon supporters only. But you can support Art History Fantastics…
My accepted abstract for academic track of the 77th World Science Fiction Convention in Dublin!
This is the first part of my presentation about 'Towers in Science Fiction as symbols for technological progress and their roots in art and architecture'
News, (Geheim-)Projekte und Ausblicke! News, (Secret)Projects and Plans!
40th International Conference for the Fantastic in the Art While being sick at home (with a horrible, horrible cold or flue or alien virus attack) I got a mail that really cheered me up. A couple of weeks ago I handed in an abstract for a presentation at the jubilee annual conference of the International…
A very interesting presentation from #worldcon76 this year by my colleague BE Allatt (who I had the pleasure to meet, talk to and discuss cool ideas around Science Fiction and Fantasy 😊)! "Questioning Mononormativity: Heinleinian Non-Monogamies" Feel free to like, share, comment, follow her on Youtube and check her homepage!
Part 3 of the article about religious buildings in video games: Dragon Age! And as it is the last part, also with the conclusion and bibliography.