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Monday, November 4, 2019
Cli-fi genre coming to Boston College in Spring Semester 2020, thanks to Professor Song there teaching ENGL 402
Cli-fi genre coming to Boston College in Spring Semester 2020, thanks to Professor Song there. Go cli-fi in academia !!! TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS 3 pm
Race / Ecology / Aesthetics. Current project: Everyday Denial and Climate Lyricism
DR SONG TWEETED IN NOVEMBER: ''
Wow: I'm planning to teach Ghosh's ''Gun Island'' in my Climate Fiction course in the spring 2020, and it turns out that Dr Ghosh is coming to the Boston College campus on February 12 to speak .....AND..... the school museum is mounting an exhibit centered on the Indian Ocean. ''
''It's like the syllabus is writing itself!'' Dr Song added.
's cli-fi novel ''Bangkok Wakes To Rain''.... I am now very intrigued by climate fiction. Would you mind sharing some of the books you're planning to assign your students, Dr Song? Thank you.
DR SONG REPLIES: ''
Bangkok Wakes to Rain has been on my to-read list! Other books in the course include Kim Stanley Robinson ''New York 2140,'' Cherie Dimaline’s ''Marrow Thieves'', and Jesmyn Ward’s ''Salvage the Bones.''
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