22nd Carnival of Feminist Science Fiction — Part III
Aside from the wealth of posts listed from The Hathor Legacy in Part II, I reviewed some of the older carnivals, and found that there were older posts on the topic that should probably be brought back out into the light.
1st Carnival at Written World
- Where No Woman Has Gone Before (on the “Calamity Jane” of Star Trek: The Next Generation)
- Must See Video (Joss Whedon on Strong Women)
2nd Carnival at Pretty, Fizzy Paradise
- What is Science Fiction? (the history of science fiction from a feminist perspective)
- The Cult of Princess Leia’s Metal Bikini
- BSG part 2 – femina ex machina (contains an excellent quote: Humanity is ‘very, very good at dehumanizing their enemy to justify their own needs,’)
- My Love Affair with the Almost Love Affair Between Starbuck and Apollo (“Battlestar Gallactica doesn’t condescend to its women fighters”)
- Would you like some racism with your sci-fi?
- Is Joss Whedon Feminist enough?
4th Carnival at Shrub.com [mirrored at Alas, a Blog]
6th Carnival at The Hathor Legacy
- SPACE CHICKS: An alternative history of the future
- Agency, Chivalry, and Self-Replicating Men: Another Look at Gender in the ‘Verse
9th Carnival at League of Substitute Superheroes
10th Carnival at Adventures in Lame
12th Carnival at Pen-Elayne
13th Carnival at Words from the Center, Words from the Edge
14th Carnival at Heroine Content
16th Carnival at The True Confessions of an Hourly Bookseller
- The Complex and Terrifying Reality of Star Wars Fandom (Star Wars fans hate Star Wars)
- My First Idol (Princess Leia)
- The Reason We Are Relocating To Indiana on Tuesday (loves Leia)
19th Carnival at Girls Read Comics, and They’re Pissed
21st Carnival at Heroine Content
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