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Steampunkology: The Nineteenth Century Boy-Inventor Roots of Steampunk

Nevins, Jess (2009). The Nineteenth Century Roots of Steampunk. In The New York Review of Science Fiction, 21(5), 1, 4-5.


Although this article wasn’t published in an academic journal, its overview of steampunk’s “boy inventor” roots offers steampunk scholars some interesting insights and further paths for exploration. An earlier version of the article was published in Steampunk (2008), edited by the…


Added by Dru Pagliassotti on April 15, 2011 at 9:30am — 4 Comments

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