Stephen May – Modernism and posthumanity in science fiction: the case of Iain M. Banks

Special TANSA meeting on Friday April 13th

Modernism and posthumanity in science fiction: the case of Iain M. Banks

Speaker is Dr. Stephen May, formerly of St Johns College, back from the UK

Laidlaw College, at 7pm

Please RSVP to Nicola Hoggard Creegan (NicolaHC [at] laidlaw [dot] ac [dot] nz) if you are coming for pizza at 6.15pm.

Pizza $5 Gold Coin for Lecture

BIO: Rev. Dr. Stephen May is an English Anglican priest and former lecturer in systematic theology at St. John’s College, Auckland (1988-2001). He is currently in New Zealand as a guest lecturer at Bishopdale Theological College, Nelson. He is author of ‘Stardust and Ashes: Science Fiction in Christian Perspective’ (SPCK, 1998). He is married with two children, and enjoys cricket, reading and beaches.


“Stardust and Ashes : Science Fiction in Christian Perspective” (Stephen May)

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