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    Title: 女性科幻小說與科學:瑪格麗特‧柯芬蒂詩《炫麗異世界》中的靈魂離體旅行與當代自然哲學論辯
    Authors: 蘇靖棻
    Contributors: 外文中心
    Keywords: 瑪格麗特‧柯芬蒂詩;《炫麗異世界》;女性科幻小說;科學;靈魂;身體;空間 旅行
    Margaret Cavendish;The Blazing World;feminist science fiction;science;soul;body;space travel
    Date: 2014
    Issue Date: 2017-12-22 14:53:16 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究計畫運用現代女性科幻小說理論對於科學論述與科幻小說關係之理論架構,來 剖析十七世紀女性作家瑪格麗特‧柯芬蒂詩(1623-1673) 如何參與當代科學與自然哲學關 於靈魂與身體關係之辯論,以及這些科學論辯如何反應在其科幻小說文本《炫麗異世界》 (1666) 中靈魂離體旅行相關情節描述。雖然已有不少學者論及柯芬蒂詩身為科學家與自然 哲學家在十七世紀歐洲科學革命時期之地位,以及她對當代科學與自然哲學論述之重要貢 獻,卻很少有學者將這些科學論述應用在分析柯芬蒂詩小說《炫麗異世界》中的科幻成分。 本計畫透過分析柯芬蒂詩身為重要科學家與自然哲學家,對於當代科學與自然哲學關於靈 魂與身體關係論辯之參與及貢獻,來解讀其科幻文學創作《炫麗異世界》中對靈魂脫離身 體進行跨越空間旅行的描寫。藉由結合人文與科學跨領域的創新研究方法,本計畫企圖重 建柯芬蒂詩《炫麗異世界》為早於瑪麗‧雪萊《科學怪人》(1818) 之女性科幻小說先驅地 位,並闡明早期現代女性科幻小說作家如何挪用科學論述於其文學創作中,進而為科幻小 說中關於跨越時間與空間旅行情節之創作與研究,提供新的可能性與發展方向。
    By adopting the theoretical framework of postmodern feminist science fiction discourses on the relationship between science and feminist science fiction, this study aims to examine seventeenth-century woman writer Margaret Cavendish’s participation in contemporary scientific debates on body-soul relationship, and to investigate how these scientific debates are reflected in Cavendish’s descriptions of soul-out-of-body travel in her science fictional work The Blazing World (1666). Although scholars have reclaimed Cavendish’s position as an important scientist and natural philosopher during the scientific revolution in the seventeenth century, and confirmed her contribution to contemporary studies of science and natural philosophy, very few scholars appropriate these scientific discourses to analyze the science fictional elements in Cavendish’s The Blazing World. By surveying Cavendish’s participation and contribution to contemporary scientific and natural philosophical debates on body-soul relationship, this study attempts to interpret the characters’ soul-out-of-body travel across different spaces and worlds in the text. Through combining interdisciplinary research methods from humanities and sciences, I intend to reestablish Cavendish’s The Blazing World as a forerunner of feminist science fiction, which was published more than one and a half century before Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein (1818).With this study, I also hope to demonstrate how early modern women science fiction writers appropriate scientific discourse in their literary creations, and to further provide new possibilities and research directions for the development of travel through time and/or space in science fiction.
    Relation: 執行起迄:2014/08/01~2015/07/31
    Data Type: report
    Appears in Collections:[中國文學系] 國科會研究計畫

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