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Colin Milburn

  • Gary Snyder Chair in Science and the Humanities
  • Professor of English and Science & Technology Studies
273 Voorhies
Office Hours: Thurs 2-3; Fri 11-12
Phone: (530) 752-1696

Biography:

Ph.D./Ph.D., Harvard University, 2005
M.A., Stanford University, 1999
B.S., Stanford University, 1999
B.A., Stanford University, 1998

Colin Milburn's research focuses on the relations of literature, science, and technology. His interests include science fiction, gothic horror, the history of biology, the history of physics, video games, and the digital humanities. He is a member of the Science & Technology Studies Program, the Cinema and Technocultural Studies Program, and the Center for Science and Innovation Studies. He is also affiliated with the programs in Cultural Studies, Performance Studies, and Critical Theory, as well as the W. M. Keck Center for Active Visualization in the Earth Sciences (KeckCAVES). Since 2009, he has been serving as the director of the UC Davis Humanities Innovation Lab.

 

Books:

 

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Selected Articles and Book Chapters:

 

  • "Postmortem: The Necrosis of Nanotechnology," in Evolution Haute Couture: Art and Science in the Postbiological Age, ed. Dmitry Bulatov (Moscow: National Center for Contemporary Art, 2013), pp. 448-467.
  • "Greener on the Other Side: Science Fiction and the Problem of Green Nanotechnology," Configurations 20 (2012): 53-87. Download
  • “Just for Fun: The Playful Image of Nanotechnology,” NanoEthics 5 (2011): 223–232. Download
  • "Modifiable Futures: Science Fiction at the Bench," Isis 101 (2010): 560-569. Download
  • "Tactical Atomism," in Art in the Age of Nanotechnology, eds. Vashti Innes-Brown, Chris Malcolm, and Pauline Williams (John Curtin Gallery, 2010), pp. 8-20. Download
  • “Science from Hell: Jack the Ripper and Victorian Vivisection,” in Science Images and Popular Images of the Sciences, eds. Bernd Huppauf and Peter Weingart (Routledge, 2007), pp. 125-158. Download
    • Translated and updated as “Wissenschaft aus der Hölle: Jack the Ripper und die viktorianische Vivisektion,” trans. Verena Hutter, in Frosch und Frankenstein: Bilder in und über Wissenschaft—Popularisierungen und Mythenbildung, eds. Peter Weingart and Bernd Huppauf (Transcript, 2008).
  • “Syphilis in Faerie Land: Edmund Spenser and the Syphilography of Elizabethan England,” Criticism 46 (2004): 396-632. Download
  • “Monsters in Eden: Darwin and Derrida,” MLN 118 (2003): 603-621. Download
  • “Nanotechnology in the Age of Posthuman Engineering: Science Fiction as Science,” Configurations 10 (2002): 262-295.
    • Republished in N. Katherine Hayles, ed., Nanoculture: Implications of the New Technoscience (Intellect Books, 2004), pp. 109-129.

    • Republished in The Cybercultures Reader, 2nd edition, eds. Barbara Kennedy and David Bell (Routledge, 2007), pp. 730-758.




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