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Analyzing societal issues in science fiction, fantasy, and gaming

For over a dozen years the Social Fiction Conference (SFC) has highlighted Crown's first year student co-curricular experience. SFC provides a unique opportunity for analyzing important societal issues in the context of science fiction, speculative fiction, fantasy, gaming and other related genres of entertainment. The conference is designed to create space for festive activities and reflective conversations about issues of identity, power, privilege, and oppression through various fictional worlds. The conference is a part of Crown College students' first year Core curriculum experience and delves deeper into Crown's theme of "Science and Technology in Society and Politics" through the imaginative and diverse perspectives of the Crown, the wider UCSC community and beyond.

Submissions are now closed!

Who attends SFC?  

You! All UCSC students, staff, faculty, and affiliated community members are welcome to propose program sessions and participate.

Register Closed! See you next year! 

 

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