Papers

Cade, Octavia. “Monstrosity, Mutation, and the World Without Us.” In Angela Ndalianis, Liam Burke, and Ian Gordon (eds.) Superheroes Beyond. Jackson, Mississippi: University Press of Mississippi. Forthcoming.

Cade, Octavia. “Microbiology and Microcosms: Ecosystem and the Body in Shriek: An Afterword.” In Louise Economides and Laura Shackelford (eds.) Surreal Entanglements: Essays on Jeff VanderMeer’s Fiction. New York: Routledge. Forthcoming.

Cade, Octavia, and Meryl Stenhouse. (2020) “Humans as Ecological Actors in Post-Apocalyptic Literature.” MOSF Journal of Science Fiction. Volume 4, Number 1, pp. 47-59.

Cade, Octavia. (2020) “Confronting the Minotaur: Gender, Reconciliation, and the Labyrinth in Fantasy Literature.” BFS Journal. Number 21, pp. 7-20.

Cade, Octavia. (2019) “Moonlight and Silver Bullets: Twentieth Century Racial Purity in Werewolf Films”. In Frank Jacob and Verena Bernardi (eds.) All Around Monstrous: Monster Media in Their Historical Contexts. Wilmington, DE: Vernon Press, pp. 127-146.

Cade, Octavia. (2019) “Spring Again: The Problem of Evil and the End of Winter in C.S. Lewis’ Narnia”. In Francesca T. Barbini (ed.) A Shadow Within: Evil in Fantasy and Science Fiction. Edinburgh: Luna Press Publishing, pp. 231-247.

Cade, Octavia. (2018) “Sacrifice in Susan Cooper’s The Dark is Rising Sequence.” BFS Journal. Number 19, pp. 66-75.

Cade, Octavia. (2017) “Nature as Creative Catalyst: Building Poetic Environmental Narratives through the Artists in Antarctica Programme.” In Nicholas Holm and Sy Taffel (eds.) Ecological Entanglements in the Anthropocene. Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books: pp. 159-176.

Cade, Octavia. (2016) “Agency and the Consequences of Creation in Mark O’Connor’s Reef Poems.” ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment. Volume 23, Issue 1, pp. 92-104.

Cade, O.J. (2016) “Sifting Science: Stratification and The Exorcist.” Horror Studies. Volume 7, Number 1, pp. 61-72.

Cade, O.J. (2015) “‘I Close the Mima’: The Role of Narrative in Harry Martinson’s Aniara.” Scandinavica. Volume 54, Number 2, pp. 91-114.

Cade, O.J. (2014) “Witnessing the Waste Land: Sight, Sound and Response in Edith Sitwell’s ‘Three Poems of the Atomic Age’.” UnderCurrents: the Journal of Critical Environmental Studies. Volume 18, pp. 18-24.

Cade, O.J. (2011) “Both Communal and Private: Access and Subversion of Access to Poetry in the Virtual Environment.” Experimental Poetics and Aesthetics. Number 1.

Cade, O.J. (2011) “Nature, Science and Technology in the Poetry of Cilla McQueen.” Ka Mate Ka Ora. Issue 10.

 

CONFERENCES

“Living and Reading the Apocalypse: Ecological Disaster and Science Fiction.” At CoNZealand (online, July 2020).

“Observation and Conversation: Post-apocalyptic Literature and the Young Adult Audience.” At Humanities on the Brink (online, July 2020).

“Eco-Horror, Mutation, and the World Without Us.” At Superheroes Beyond (Melbourne, December 2018).

“Re/Constructing Natural History Through Travel Literature.” At New Historians (Wellington, August 2018).

“Seagrass Disturbance, Fragment Recovery and Recolonisation of Zostera muelleri Beds at Raglan Harbour, New Zealand.” At ERA 2016: Restoring Resilience (Hamilton, November 2016).

“From Peasant Mob to Supported Laboratories: The Scientist in Horror.” At New Research on Horror (Dunedin, November 2016).

“Galileo and the Surgeon General: Politics and Science in The West Wing“. At Revisiting Audiences: Reception, Identity, Technology (Dunedin, June 2016).

“New Zealand Restoration of Antarctic Huts: Hillary, Heritage, and the Most Distant Museums in the World”. At Finding New Zealand’s Scientific Heritage (Wellington, November 2015).

“From the Sky to the Stage: Galileo in the Theatre”. At Science and Society (Berkeley, November 2012).

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