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ENG 223: Science Fiction & Fantasy Literature

I wrote this course in compliance with Eastern Maine Community College's requirements as a Liberal Arts elective for second-year students who had already completed a composition course and a general literature course. I am providing this information for those educators who want to add Science Fiction and Fantasy literature to their curricula or to expand existing curricula to include such literature. All downloadable files on this page are compiled in Adobe Acrobat .pdf format, and you must have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer to view them.



Course Proposal & Syllabus

(Right click and choose "Save Link As" to download these files and stay on this page at the same time.)

eng223courseproposal.pdf
eng223syllabusspring2005.pdf

Some Exellent Internet Resources for Instructors and Students

Broad Universe

Center for the Study of Science Fiction

Locus Online

Science Fiction Research Association

The Internet Review of Science Fiction

The Internet Speculative Fiction Database

The Science Fiction Poetry Association


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