“The End of the Incarnation”

Title“The End of the Incarnation”
Year for Search2018
AuthorsOlder, Malka(b. 1977)
Secondary AuthorsFeldman, Stephanie, and Popkin, Nathaniel
Secondary TitleWho Will Speak for America?
Pagination192-94
Date Published2018
PublisherTemple University Press
Place PublishedPhiladelphia, PA
ISBN Number978-1- 4399-1623-0 978-0996103787
KeywordsFemale author, Latinx author, US author
Annotation

A depiction of the gradual dissolution of the United States ending with rights becoming universal rather than tied to citizenship. 

Additional Publishers

Rpt. as “The End of the Incarnation I” through “The End of the Incarnation VII.” In her … and Other Disasters (Baltimore, MD: Mason Jar Press, 2019), 15, 39, 55, 95, 105, 139, 165

Info Notes

Proceeds from the book were donated to the Southern Poverty Law Center. 

Holding Institutions

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Author Note

The Latinx female author has a doctorate from the Centre de Sociologie des Organisations in Paris and has been a Senior Fellow for Technology and Risk Management at the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs. See her brief statement “Thirsty for New” in People of Colo(u)r Destroy Science Fiction! Ed. Nalo Hopkinson and Kristine Ong Muslim. Special Issue of Lightspeed, no. 73 (June 2016): 396-97.

Full Text

2018 Older, Malka (b. 1977). “The End of the Incarnation.” In Who Will Speak for America? Ed. Stephanie Feldman and Nathaniel Popkin (Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press, 2018), 192-94. Proceeds from the book were donated to the Southern Poverty Law Center. Rpt. as “The End of the Incarnation I” through “The End of the Incarnation VII.” In her … and Other Disasters (Baltimore, MD: Mason Jar Press, 2019), 15, 39, 55, 95, 105, 139, 165. PSt

A depiction of the gradual dissolution of the United States ending with rights becoming universal rather than tied to citizenship. The Latinx female author has a doctorate from the Centre de Sociologie des Organisations in Paris and has been a Senior Fellow for Technology and Risk Management at the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs. See her brief statement “Thirsty for New” in People of Colo(u)r Destroy Science Fiction! Ed. Nalo Hopkinson and Kristine Ong Muslim. Special Issue of Lightspeed, no. 73 (June 2016): 396-97.