Imaginary Papers: Issue 10
Pippa Goldschmidt, Paul Cockburn & Joey Eschrich
The Sci-Fi Feedback Loop: Mapping Fiction’s Influence on Real-World Tech
May 12, 2022
The Applied Sci-Fi Project
The Applied Sci-Fi Project, made possible by support from the Sloan Foundation, is an event series and research project that brings together science fiction writers, futurists, scholars, and technologists to
Ubiquitous Collaborative Support (UbiCoS)
A novel multi-platform approach to scaffolding math learning and encouraging student collaboration.
Sickness, Systems, Solidarity: A Pandemics and Games Essay Jam
The global cataclysm of COVID-19, and the quarantines and social distancing that have accompanied the still-unfolding pandemic, has brought enormous changes to the games industry, the ways we play videogames (and physical games) alone and together, and the meaning and content of games old and new.
Andrew Dana Hudson: Our Shared Storm
Speculative fiction writer and sustainability researcher Andrew Dana Hudson discusses his book, five interlocking novelettes exploring the possible realities of our climate future.
Imagination project helps student veterans see their future more clearly
Scott Bordow, ASU News
Imaginary Papers: Issue 9
Bodhisattva Chattopadhyay, Bob Beard & Joey Eschrich
“Planetary Reversal: Kim Stanley Robinson’s Utopian Plan to Save the Planet”
A Lecture by N. Katherine Hayles Presented by ASU’s Center for Science and the Imagination and the Center for the Study of Religion and Conflict Rescuing the planet from climate chaos
Annual Report 2020/21
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Kamila is the apple of her parents’ eye: a brilliant student with a quick wit who wanted to change the world with science and technology. She had a future —
The Taliban has re-taken Afghanistan. When Marcel chooses to let her disabled brother leave the country ahead of her, she has no idea if she will ever see her family
Andre left his country after University when one of his film projects was banned by the government and they persecuted and threatened to jail him. He returned secretly to save
Carlos is just like any other young man in his twenties: he wants a chance to make his own way in the world, and define himself on his own terms.
Gladys loved her life on the farm: the big open skies, the stars, the chance to see wildlife before it disappeared. And she loved raising her children there, even though