Table of contents for Social and virtual space : science fiction, transnationalism, and the American new right / Laura C.

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Contents
Preface
Acknowledgments
1.Undecidability and the Primacy of the Ethical
2. Articulating Politics: Consensus and a minoritizing strategy, or material-semiotic 
practices
3. 'To leave a world at dawn': Writing, reading, and travelling, Samuel Delany's 
displacements
4. Pat Cadigan's Synners: Refiguring nature, science, and technology
5. Spatial Displacements: Transnationalism and the new social movements
6. 'Too high a price': Torture, and the neo-conservative 'mission'
Afterword
Works Cited
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Social justice -- United States.
Gay liberation movement -- United States.
Conservatism -- United States.
Feminist theory.
Postmodernism.
Culture -- Semiotic models.
Science fiction -- Social aspects.
Science fiction -- Political aspects.
Material culture.
Space and time -- Social aspects.