“Expanding the canon and extending the debate about representation, this thoughtful, wide-ranging and critically-aware book charts new territory in our understanding both of the Holocaust and of speculative fiction.” – Robert Eaglestone, Professor of Contemporary Literature and Thought, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK
Science Fiction exhibition at The Science Museum in London.
Book Out Now:
Sideways in Time: Alternate History and Counterfactual Narratives (Liverpool University Press, 2019). Co-edited Collection.
Imagining the Unimaginable: Speculative Fiction and the Holocaust (Bloomsbury, 2020). Monograph.
4 August 2019
The First Reviews for Imagining the Unimaginable
I'm delighted and somewhat over-awed to have received the first two reviews for my forthcoming monograph Imagining the Unimaginable. Not only are they lovely and flattering reviews but they're from two wonderful scholars on the back of whose own excellent work my study is in no small part built upon. Thank you to both!
“At once theoretically sophisticated and readable, Glyn Morgan's study makes a notable contribution to the field of Holocaust literature by showing how Anglo-American speculative fiction – a genre encompassing science fiction, fantasy, and alternate history – has reflected, as well as shaped, the evolving memory of the Holocaust.” – Gavriel D. Rosenfeld, Professor of History, Fairfield University, USA