Volume 14, Issues 1-2 (2021-22)

Special Double Issue: Fictions of Genetic Privacy
edited by Jay Clayton and Claire Sisco King

Front Matter
JLS 14.1-2 (2021-22)   Download PDF

Jay Clayton and Claire Sisco King, “Introduction: Problem-Based Collaboration.”
JLS 14.1-2 (2021-22): viii-xiv DOI: 10.12929/jls.14.1-2.01   Download PDF                                                                                        

Ethan Gibbons, Isaac Stovall, and Jay Clayton, “Genetics in Film and TV, 1912-2020.”
JLS 14.1-2 (2021-22): 1-22 DOI: 10.12929/jls.14.1-2.02   Download PDF

Cynthia D. Porter, “Germans and Genes on Screen: Marvel’s X-Men Films.”
JLS 14.1-2 (2021-22): 23-38 DOI: 10.12929/jls.14.1-2.03   Download PDF

Lauren Furman and Jay Clayton, “Genetics in Television Medical Dramas.”
JLS 14.1-2 (2021-22): 39-56 DOI: 10.12929/jls.14.1-2.04   Download PDF

Paul Hamann-Rose, “What We Talk About When We Talk About Cloning: A Literature and Bioethics Perspective on Genetic Privacy, Consent and the Family.”
JLS 14.1-2 (2021-22): 57-77 DOI: 10.12929/jls.14.1-2.05   Download PDF

Terrell Taylor and Claire Sisco King, “Monstrous Proletariat: The Racial Chimera in District 9 and Sorry to Bother You.”
JLS 14.1-2 (2021-22): 78-93 DOI: 10.12929/jls.14.1-2.06   Download PDF

Zachary B. Feldman and Jay Clayton, “Genetics and Ethics in the ‘I am Legend’ Corpus.”
JLS 14.1-2 (2021-22): 94-107 DOI: 10.12929/jls.14.1-2.07   Download PDF

Kendra H. Oliver, Stephanie Higgs, and Jay Clayton, “The End of Genetic Privacy in the Blade Runner Canon.”
JLS 14.1-2 (2021-22): 108-124 DOI: 10.12929/jls.14.1-2.08   Download PDF

Marcie Casey and Jay Clayton, “Queer Kinship: Privacy Concerns in Orphan Black.”
JLS 14.1-2 (2021-22): 125-139 DOI: 10.12929/jls.14.1-2.09   Download PDF

Article Reviews

Francesca Battista, Review of Omar Vargas’s “The Physicist and His Ghosts: the Scientific Writing of Ernesto Sabato.”
JLS 14.1-2 (2021-22): 140-141 DOI: 10.12929/jls.14.1-2.10   Download PDF

Max Laitman Chapnick, Review of Mary Bowden’s “H. G. Wells’s Plant Plot: Horticulture and Ecological Narration in The Time Machine.”
JLS 14.1-2 (2021-22): 142-143 DOI: 10.12929/jls.14.1-2.10   Download PDF

Rosalind Crocker, Review of Rae X. Yan’s “Robert Louis Stevenson as Philosophical Anatomist: The Body Snatcher.”
JLS 14.1-2 (2021-22): 144-145 DOI: 10.12929/jls.14.1-2.11   Download PDF

Philip Jenkins, Review of Ida Marie Olsen’s “Outlines of Ecological Consciousness in W.H. Hudson’s Environmentalism.”
JLS 14.1-2 (2021-22): 146-147 DOI: 10.12929/jls.14.1-2.12   Download PDF

Soumya Kashyap and Priyanka Tripathi, Review of Manali Karmakar and Avishek Parui’s “‘These Were Made-to-Order Babies’: Reterritorialised Kinship, Neoliberal Eugenics and Artificial Reproductive Technology in Kishwar Desai’s Origins of Love.”
JLS 14.1-2 (2021-22): 148-149 DOI: 10.12929/jls.14.1-2.13   Download PDF

James Metcalf, Review of Melissa Sodeman’s “Gilbert White, Anecdote, and Natural History.”
JLS 14.1-2 (2021-22): 150-151 DOI: 10.12929/jls.14.1-2.14   Download PDF