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LitFantastic Voices
8 January 2015 ~ IOOV vol. 2, no. 4

The Media Magazine of
(Non-Fiction, Fiction, and Artistic Expression)

Welcome to another special issue of IN OUR OWN VOICES. This special issue has the theme of LITERATURE OF THE FANTASTIC VOICES, a special mini-conference held by graduate students in Literature of the Fantastic: Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Literature. The presenters have each selected a topic to discuss which is a preliminary presentation of academic papers related to the subject. The video parameters are academic presentations between six to eight minutes.

Included here are the actual presentations.

First, here's the full media magazine in one playlist for your convenience.

In Our Own Voices
8 January 2015 ~ Vol. 2, no. 4

See the full list of each piece included within the full media magazine issue at http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLopHo4PMZEpzmcQ3WxgV8RPWI5Jwrg3N_.

Here are the individual pieces.

Dystopian Female Futures
YA Dystopian Novels:
The Hope for a Better Future in
the Hands of Female Protagonists

Sara Bovini


Time Travel Exile
The Unredeemed Exile in Time Travels:
Well's Time Machine and
Conrad's The Inheritors

Clio Kao


Blood Meridian
A Foucauldian Look at Cormac McCarthy's Blood Meridian
Cheng-Lin Chung


Alice Growing Up
The Process of Growing Up in
Lewis Caroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and
Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland

Sylvia Lin


Alice's Madness
Madness World in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
Alex Chen


Blurred Reality and Fantasy
Monsters in Pan's Labyrinth:
Blurred Boundary between Reality and Fantasy

Demi Lee


Grotesque Masque
The Grotesque in Poe's The Masque of the Red Death
Betty Kuo


Uncanny Double Masque
The Uncanny Double of
the Masked Unknown and its Horrifying Effect in
The Masqe of the Red Death

David Liu 


Single Existence of I
The Single Existence of I
Rachel Wu


Rocky Horror Insanity
The True Insanity in The Rocky Horror Picture Show
Shirley Wong


Reversing Dream and Reality
Reversing Dream and Reality:
A Psychoanalytic Study of
David Lynch's Mulholland Drive

Susan Su


Individuation in the Maze
A Game of Running for Survival:
Individuation Process in
The Maze Runner

Parn Hung


You can also find individual features via our Youtube channel at www.youtube.com/user/InOurOwnVoices. Be sure to click subscribe.




In Cooperation with English Department, National Chengchi University
Faculty Advisor, Brian David Phillips of Waking Dreams
Sponsored by Society of Experiential Trance