Agonist Symbiosis in Xenogenesis: Past as Prelude in Octavia Butler’s Post-Colonial Science-Fiction Utopias

By Jennifer S. Nelson.

Published by The Humanities Collection

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Symbiosis can describe social relations among human cultures and humanity's ecological relations to earth's environments, but only if we re-examine the terms used to articulate its myriad forms of cooperation.

Keywords: Symbiosis, Science-Fiction Utopia, Octavia Butler, Post-Colonialism, Cultural Dialogue, Human Ecology, Role of the Humanities

The International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 7, pp.89-98. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.820MB).

Dr. Jennifer S. Nelson

I earned my doctorate from the University of California at Riverside (CA, USA) in 2004. My fields of study include utopian fiction, post-colonial cultural theory, and intersections of literature and science. Currently, my work includes service as lead faculty for curriculum development and assessment of our department's Composition I course and its equivalents. I am married (our 20th anniversary is fast approaching), and I travel throughout America's desert southwest to pursue landscape and nature photography whenever I'm not teaching.


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