Anthropology Through Science Fiction

Anthropology Through Science Fiction Part I Man as Part of NatureMartian Odyssey S G A WeinbaumArena F BrownPart II Human Origins and EvolutionEnchanted Village A E Van VogtRobot s Return R M WilliamsPart III Human Diversity and Potentia

  • Title: Anthropology Through Science Fiction
  • Author: CarolMason Patricia Warrick Chelsea Quinn Yarbro
  • ISBN: 9780312043056
  • Page: 405
  • Format: Paperback
  • Part I Man as Part of NatureMartian Odyssey S.G.A WeinbaumArena F BrownPart II Human Origins and EvolutionEnchanted Village A.E Van VogtRobot s Return R.M WilliamsPart III Human Diversity and PotentialThe House the Blakeneys Built A DavidsonFrog Pond C.Q YarbroPart IV The Commitment to Social LifeThe Vine K ReedStrikebreaker I AsimovPart V ThePart I Man as Part of NatureMartian Odyssey S.G.A WeinbaumArena F BrownPart II Human Origins and EvolutionEnchanted Village A.E Van VogtRobot s Return R.M WilliamsPart III Human Diversity and PotentialThe House the Blakeneys Built A DavidsonFrog Pond C.Q YarbroPart IV The Commitment to Social LifeThe Vine K ReedStrikebreaker I AsimovPart V The Ecological ImperativeThe Sharing of Flesh P AndersonSurvival Ship J MerrilPart VI The Technological ImperativeFar from this Earth C OliverThe Cage B ChandlerPart VII The Origins of CivilizationPyramid R AbernathyLost Newton S SchmidtPart VIII The World Outside, Science and ReligionAunt Jennie s Tonic L TushnetNightfall I AsimovPart IX Living Together in the UniverseUnhuman Sacrifice K MacLeanThe Monsters R Scheckley

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    One thought on “Anthropology Through Science Fiction”

    1. The short stories are kind of interesting and the ideas are pretty mainstream. I just don't feel like reading the rest.

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