Annual Symposium

Frankenstein Panel Discussion at Third Annual City Tech Science Fiction Symposium. Photo by Jason Ellis.

Frankenstein Panel Discussion at Third Annual City Tech Science Fiction Symposium. Photo by Jason Ellis.

Following the inauguration of the City Tech Science Fiction Collection, faculty have organized an annual symposium on Science Fiction. The event is a celebration of the collection and an opportunity to discuss, share, and consider how important Science Fiction is as a literature of interdisciplinarity, imagination, and inspiration.

Fourth Annual City Tech Science Fiction Symposium
12 Dec. 2019
Theme: An Astounding 90 Years of Analog Science Fiction and Fact
Call for Papers

Third Annual City Tech Science Fiction Symposium
27 Nov. 2018
Theme: 200 Years of Interdisciplinarity Beginning with Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein
Call for Papers | Program | Videos

Second Annual City Tech Science Fiction Symposium
6 Dec. 2017
Theme: Extrapolation, Interdisciplinarity, and Learning
Keynote Speaker: Samuel R. Delany
Call for Papers | Program | Videos

First Annual City Tech Science Fiction Symposium
29 Nov. 2016
Theme: Amazing Stories: Inspiration, Learning, and Adventure in Science Fiction
Call for Papers | Program