De cuando en cuando Saturnina: Antropología y ciencia ficción

Domenico Branca, Paola Mancosu

Abstract


This article analyses from an anthropological and literary intedisciplinary perspective De cuando en cuando Saturnina. Una historia oral del futuro, science fiction novel written by Alison Spedding in 2004. In particular, it is demonstrated the presence of an axis that crosses the whole work: the intersection between class, race, and gender. From this articulation, anthropological contents within the novel are analyzed, to reflect – through a critical point of view – on current problems.

Keywords


Anthropological science fiction; Peru and Bolivia; race; class; gender

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DOI: 10.6092/issn.2036-0967/7787

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