BIBLIOGRAPHY – “Oh my goodness, is that an electrosplit goopslimer port?” Technofantasies and Difference Engines in Steampunk Literature’ – Caroline Duvezin

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001), dir. Gary Trousdale & Kirk Wise, Walt Disney Pictures.

Blaylock, James P. (1986), Homunculus, Ace Books.

Carriger, Gail (2009), Soulless (The Parasol Protectorate #1), Orbit.

Carriger, Gail (2013), Curtsies and Conspiracies (Finishing School #2), Atom.

Clark, Phenderson Djèlí (2016), “A Dead Djinn in Cairo”, Tor.com, https://www.tor.com/2016/05/18/a-dead-djinn-in-cairo/

Clark, Phenderson Djèlí (2019), The Haunting of Tram Car 015, Tor.com.

Gibson, William & Bruce Sterling (1990), The Difference Engine, Gollancz Books.

Ho, Olivia (2015), “Working Woman” in Goh, Jaymee & Joyce Chng (ed.), The SEA is Ours: Tales of Steampunk Southeast Asia, Rosarium Publishing, p.115-137.

Hodder, Mark (2010). The Strange Affair of Spring-Heeled Jack (Burton and Swinburne #1), Snowbooks.

Jemisin, N.K. (2011), “The Effluent Engine” in Vanderhooft, Joselle (ed.), Steam-Powered: Lesbian Steampunk Stories Vol.1, Torquere Press, loc.58-501.

Jeter, K.W. (1979), Morlock Night, DAW.

Kowal, Mary Robinette (2010-2015), Glamourist Histories #1-5, Tor Books.

Lin, Jeannie (2014), Gunpowder Alchemy (Gunpowder Chronicles #1), Intermix.

Narayan, Shweta (2011), “The Padishah Begum’s Reflections” in Vanderhooft, Joselle (ed.), Steam-Powered: Lesbian Steampunk Stories Vol.1, Torquere Press, loc.3523-3877.

Ottoman, E.E. (2014), A Matter of Disagreement (Mechanical Universe #1), Less Than Three Press.

Pevel, Pierre (2003), Les Enchantements d’Ambremer (Le Paris des merveilles #1), Bragelonne.

Powers, Tim (1983), The Anubis Gates, Ace Books.

Priest, Cherie (2009), Boneshaker (Clockwork Century #1), Tor Books.

Sedia, Ekaterina (2008) The Alchemy of Stone, Wildside Press.

Shawl, Nisi (2016), Everfair, Tor Books.

Westerfeld, Scott (2009), Leviathan (Leviathan #1), Simon Pulse.

Critical Works

Ashcroft, Bill, Gareth Griffith, Helen Tiffin (2002), The Empire Writes Back: Theory and Practice in Post-Colonial Literatures (2nd edition), Routledge.

Boym, Svetlana (2001),The Future of Nostalgia, Basic Books.

Barillier, Etienne & Raphaël Colson (2014), Tout le steampunk ! Les moutons électriques.

Clayton, Jay (2000), “Hacking the Nineteenth Century” in Sadoff and Kuchich (eds.) Victorian Afterlife: Postmodern Culture Rewrites the Nineteenth Century, University of Minneapolis Press, p.186-210.

Cochran, Rachel (2014), “Letting Off Steam: Neo-Imperial Anxieties in Postcolonial Steampunk Literature, Aesthetics, and Performance”, MA Thesis, dir. Karen Piper, University of Missouri.

De Bruin-Molé, Megen (2018), “‘I had no idea dragons were so well-mannered’: Politeness Gets Political in Mannerpunk”, Deletion, https://www.deletionscifi.org/episodes/episode-14/i-had-no-idea-dragons-were-so-well-mannered-politeness-gets-political-in-mannerpunk/

Duvezin-Caubet, Caroline (2019), “The Empire Writes Back: Uchronie et steampunk postcolonial” in Besson, Anne (ed.), Fantasy & Histoire(s): Actes du colloque des Imaginales 2018, p.317-341.

Ferguson, Christine (2011), “Surface Tensions: Steampunk, Subculture, and the Ideology of Style”, Neo-Victorian Studies 4:2, p.66-90, http://www.neovictorianstudies.com/

Goh, Jaymee (2011). “Towards Chromatic Chronologies: Using the Steampunk Aesthetic for Postcolonial Purposes”, MA, dir. Nadine Attewell, McMaster University.

Goss, Cory (2007) “Varieties of Steampunk Experience”, Steampunk Magazine Issue 1, p.62-63.

Hantke, Steffen (1999), “Difference Engines and Other Infernal Devices: History According to Steampunk”, Extrapolation 40:3, p.244-254.

Harraway, Donna (1985), “A Cyborg Manifesto: Science, Technology, and Socialist-Feminism in the Late Twentieth Century”, The Socialist Review https://web.archive.org/web/20120214194015/http://www.stanford.edu/dept/HPS/Haraway/CyborgManifesto.html

María Lugones (2007), ‘Heterosexualism and the Colonial/Modern Gender System’, Hypatia 22:1, p.186–209.

Mignolo, Walter D. (2000), ‘The Geopolitics of Knowledge and the Colonial Difference’, South Atlantic Quarterly 101:1, p. 57–96.

Onion, Rebecca (2008), “Reclaiming the Machine: An Introductory Look at Steampunk in Everyday Practice”, Neo-Victorian Studies 1:1, p.138-163, http://www.neovictorianstudies.com/

Quijano, Aníbal (2007), ‘Coloniality and Modernity/Rationality’, Cultural Studies 21:2, p.168–178.

Perschon, Mike (2012), “The Steampunk Aesthetic: Technofantasies of the Neo-Victorian Retrofuture”, PhD. Diss., dir. Irene Sywenky, University of Alberta.

Perschon, Mike (2018), Steampunk FAQ: All That’s Left to Know About the World of Goggles, Airships, and Time Travel, Applause Theatre & Cinema Books.

Pho, Diana (2009) “‘From the Wilds of America: Analyzing the Idea of ‘British Colonial America in Steampunk’, Beyond Victoriana, https://beyondvictoriana.com/2009/06/26/%E2%80%9Cfrom-the-wilds-of-america%E2%80%9D-%E2%80%93-analyzing-the-idea-of-%E2%80%9Cbritish-colonial-america%E2%80%9D-in-steampunk/

Vandemeer, Jeff & S.J. Chambers (eds.) (2011), The Steampunk Bible: An Illustrated Guide to the World of Imaginary Airships, Corsets and Goggles, Mad Scientists, and Strange Literature, Harry N. Abrams.

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This started off as a story blog to share the little fictions that I like to write but it's turned into something a bit more Goth! I'm Dr Sam Hirst and I research the Gothic, theology and romance and at the moment I'm doing free Gothic classes online! We also have readalongs, watchalongs and reading groups. And I post fun little Gothic bits when I have the chance. Find me on twitter @RomGothSam

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