SFRA Awards Winners By Name


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2020:
“Triangulating the Dyad: Seen (Orciny) Unseen” — Innovative Research Award — 1st place

2015:
“A Roundtable: Under the Skin [film]” (by MB, Pawel Frelik & Andy Hageman) — Mary Kay Bray Award — winner

2012:
“Fantastic Voices: Octavia Butler’s First-Person Narrators and ‘The Evening and the Morning and the Night’” — Graduate Student Paper — winner

2004:
Bruce A. Beatie, for review of L. Frank Baum, Creator of Oz by Katharine M. Rogers — Mary Kay Bray Award — winner

2005:
Clareson Award — winner

2002:
“Science Fiction Without the Future” — Pioneer Award — winner

2000:
“'Resistance is Futile,' We Are Already Assimilated: Cyborging, Cyborg Societies, Cyborgs, and The Matrix” — Graduate Student Paper Award — winner

2004:
“Thirteen Ways of Looking at the British Boom” — Pioneer Award — winner

2010:
“Mundane SF 101” — Mary Kay Bray Award — winner

2017:
Mary Kay Bray Award — winner

2007:
Ed Carmien, for review of The Space Opera Renaissance in SFRAReview — Mary Kay Bray Award — winner

1998:
“Future-War Fiction: The First Main Phase, 1871-1900” — Pioneer Award — winner

2021:
Innovative Research Award — winner

2021:
Mary Kay Bray Award — winner (tie)

1992:
“The SF of Theory: Baudrillard and Haroway” — Pioneer Award — winner

2010:
“The Anatomical Gaze in Tomorrow's Eve” — Pioneer Award — winner

2006:
“Redefining Women's Power Through Science Fiction” — Pioneer Award — winner

2021:
Clareson Award — winner

2021:
Mary Kay Bray Award — winner (tie)

2009:
“Giving An Account of Oneself: Ethics, Alterity, Air” — Pioneer Award — winner

2012:
Clareson Award — winner

2019:
“Review of The Stone Sky by N.K. Jemisin” — Mary Kay Bray Award — winner (tie)

2010:
“Such Delight in Bloody Slaughter: R. A. Lafferty and the Dismemberment of the Body Grotesque” — Graduate Student Paper — winner

2011:
“Tales of Archival Crisis: Stephenson's Reimagining of the Post-Apocalyptic Frontier” — Graduate Student Paper — winner

1991:
“The Vietnam War as American SF and Fantasy” — Pioneer Award — winner

1999:
“Kubrick's 2001 and the Possibility of a Science-Fiction Cinema” — Pioneer Award — winner

2017:
Clareson Award — winner

2015:
“A Roundtable: Under the Skin [film]” (by Marleen S. Barr, PF & Andy Hageman) — Mary Kay Bray Award — winner

2001:
“Out of the Western Box: Rethinking Popular Cultural Categories from the Perspective of East German Science Fiction Studies” — Graduate Student Paper Award — winner

2003:
“Speculating about Gendered Evolution: Bram Stoker's White Worm and the Horror of Sexual Selection” — Graduate Student Paper — winner

2017:
Student Paper — winner

2002:
Clareson Award — winner

1997:
Clareson Award — winner

2015:
“A Roundtable: Under the Skin [film]” (by Marleen S. Barr, Pawel Frelik & AH) — Mary Kay Bray Award — winner

2009:
Clareson Award — winner

1999:
Clareson Award — winner

2001:
Clareson Award — winner

2002:
“Transforming the Subject: Humanity, The Body, and Posthumanism” — Mary Kay Bray Award — winner

2012:
“Toward a Cosmopolitan Science Fiction” — Pioneer Award — winner

2009:
“The Imperial Unconscious: Samuel R. Delany's The Fall of the Towers” — Graduate Student Paper — winner

2021:
Lifetime Contributions to SF Scholarship — winner

2018:
Clareson Award — winner

1990:
“The Vampire and the Alien: Variations on the Outsider” — Pioneer Award — winner

2020:
“Treknomics” — Mary Kay Bray Award — winner (tie)

2020:
“Gene Wolfe” — Mary Kay Bray Award — winner (tie)

1998:
Clareson Award — winner

2014:
“'Wherever you go, there you are': Postmodern Pastiche and Oppositional Rhetoric in The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the Eighth Dimension” — Graduate Student Paper — winner

2021:
Wild Blue Media: Thinking Through Seawater — Speculative Fictions and Cultures of Science Book Award — winner

2001:
“Changing Regimes: Vonda N. McIntyre's Parodic Astrofuturism” — Pioneer Award — winner

2006:
Clareson Award — winner

2009:
Sandor Klapcsik, for his review of Rewired in SFRAR #284 — Mary Kay Bray Award — winner

2013:
Clareson Award — winner

2007:
Clareson Award — winner

2000:
Clareson Award — winner

2020:
Information Fantasies: Precarious Mediation in Postsocialist China — SFRA Book Award — winner

1995:
“The Many Deaths of Science Fiction: A Polemic” — Pioneer Award — winner

2021:
Support a New Scholar Award — winner

2015:
“Improbability Drives: The Energy of SF” — Pioneer Award — winner

2019:
“The Weird Economies of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein” — Pioneer Award — 1st place

1994:
“Toward the Theoretical Frontiers of 'Fiction': From Metafiction and Cyberpunk Through Avant-Pop” (by LM & Takayuki Tatsumi) — Pioneer Award — winner

2015:
Clareson Award — winner

2010:
Clareson Award — winner

2020:
Radical Botany: Plants and Speculative Fiction (by NM & Antónia Szabari) — Science Fiction and Technoculture Studies Book Prize — winner

2016:
Clareson Award — winner

2003:
Farah Mendlesohn, for her review of Kim Stanley Robinson's The Years of Rice and Salt — Mary Kay Bray Award — winner

2019:
“Review of The Oxford Handbook of Science Fiction by Rob Latham, ed.” — Mary Kay Bray Award — winner (tie)

2012:
“Review of Rise of the Planet of the Apes” — Mary Kay Bray Award — winner

1997:
“Shifting Frontiers: Cyberpunk and the American South” — Pioneer Award — winner

2021:
Final Frontiers: Science Fiction and Techno-Science in Non-Aligned India — SFRA Book Award — winner

1993:
Pioneer Award — winner

2018:
Hugh C. O'Connell, for his review of Jack Fennell’s Irish Science Fiction — Mary Kay Bray Award — winner

2003:
“Omniphage: Rock 'n'Roll and Avant-Pop Science Fiction” — Pioneer Award — winner

2013:
“Terraforming 101” — Mary Kay Bray Award — winner

2019:
“‘Did they tell you I can Floak?’: Living Between Always and Sometimes, in China Miéville’s Embassytown” — Student Paper — 1st place

2018:
“New Weird Frankenworlds: Speaking and Laboring Worlds in Cisco's Internet of Everything” — Student Paper — winner

2002:
“Homotopia? Or What's Behind a Prefix?” — Graduate Student Paper — winner

2000:
“Alien Cryptographies: The View from Queer” — Pioneer Award — winner

1996:
Clareson Award — winner

2016:
Mary Kay Bray Award — winner

2007:
“Oppositional Postcolonialism in Quebecois Science Fiction” — Pioneer Award — winner

2011:
“On Defining SF, or Not: Genre Theory, SF, and History” — Pioneer Award — winner

2013:
“Future Histories and Cyborn Labor: Reading Borderlands Science Fiction after NAFTA” — Pioneer Award — winner

2003:
Clareson Award — winner

2008:
Clareson Award — winner

2020:
“‘Changing Landscapes’: Ecocritical Dystopianism in Contemporary Indigenous SF Literature” — Student Paper — winner

2016:
“‘Shutter-Stop Flash-Bulb Strange’: GMOs and the Aesthetics of Scale in Paolo Bacigalupi’s The Windup Girl” — Pioneer Award — winner

2013:
“Beyond the Wide World's End: Themes of Cosmopolitanism in Alfred Bester's The Stars My Destination” — Graduate Student Paper — winner

2015:
“’What is and What Should Never Be’: Paracosmic Utopianism in Margaret Cavendish’s The Blazing World” — Graduate Student Paper — winner

1996:
“How Should a Science Fiction Story End?” — Pioneer Award — winner

2004:
“Single Cyborg Seeking Same: The Post-Human and the Problem of Loneliness” — Graduate Student Paper — winner

2018:
“The Political Economy of Potato Farming in Andy Weir's The Martian” — Pioneer Award — winner

2011:
“Southern Portable Panic: Frederico Álvarez's Ataque de Pánico!” — Mary Kay Bray Award — winner

2020:
Radical Botany: Plants and Speculative Fiction (by Natania Meeker & AS) — Science Fiction and Technoculture Studies Book Prize — winner

1994:
“Toward the Theoretical Frontiers of 'Fiction': From Metafiction and Cyberpunk Through Avant-Pop” (by Larry McCaffery & TT) — Pioneer Award — winner

2011:
Clareson Award — winner

2017:
“Forms of Duration: Preparedness, the Mars Trilogy, and the Management of Climate Change” — Pioneer Award — winner

2014:
“On the Double Vision of Realism and SF Estrangement in Gibson's Bigend Trilogy” — Pioneer Award — winner

2016:
Graduate Student Paper — winner

2020:
Lifetime Contributions to SF Scholarship — 1st place

2019:
Clareson Award — 1st place

2004:
Clareson Award — winner

2007:
“Magic, Art, Religion, Science: Blurring the Boundaries of Science and Science Fiction in Marge Piercy's Cyborgian Narrative” — Graduate Student Paper — winner

2020:
Clareson Award — winner

2014:
Clareson Award — winner

2014:
“Narrative, Archive, Database: The Digital Humanities and Science Fiction Scholarship 101” — Mary Kay Bray Award — winner

2005:
“The Women History Doesn't See: Recoverying Midcentury Women's SF as a Literature of Social Critique” — Pioneer Award — winner




























































































































































































































































































































































































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