Science fiction is always asking what humanity can become, but we can’t answer that question without understanding how we became who we are. Paleolithic humans were genetically identical to what
The founding director of the Center for Science and the Imagination at ASU presents his latest book, explaining the ties that connect algorithms and computing to human culture–past and present.
Human rights attorney and author Deji Olukotun presents After the Flare, the much-anticipated sequel to his thriller Nigerians in Space, in conversation with Ed Finn, the founding director of the Center for
Stubbornness may be the defining characteristic of the moment we’re in. People seem increasingly reluctant to listen to other points of view or deviate from their tribe. So how can
Join us to celebrate the launch of Future Tense Fiction: Stories of Tomorrow, a new anthology of science fiction from Future Tense, with award-winning fiction authors Paolo Bacigalupi and Maureen
Speculative fiction writer and sustainability researcher Andrew Dana Hudson discusses his book, five interlocking novelettes exploring the possible realities of our climate future.