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Introduction: Ceasefire or New Battle? The Politics of Culture Wars in Obama’s Time

By Fr�(c)d�(c)rick Gagnon
Canadian Review of American Studies

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Perspectives on the New Millennium: Le Guin’s Changing Planes

By Hui-chuan Chang
REAL: Review of English and American Literature [Yingmei wenxue pinglun]

Ursula K. Le Guin’s 2003 science fiction, Changing Planes, is a collection of 16 short stories manifesting her keen grasp of issues relevant to contemporary culture. Her portrayal of various posthuman societies raises questions concerning the emergence of the posthuman, the efficacy of biotechnology, and the impact of globalization. Le Guin attempts to unravel controversial aspects concerning the discourse of the posthuman, pinpointing adverse effects of the recourse to biotechnology to help establish a posthuman utopia.

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