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Remembering James Tiptree, Jr. and celebrating Ursula K. Le Guin


A new Special Collections and University Archives digital exhibit No Intent to Deceive tells the real-life story of feminist science fiction author James Tiptree, Jr. and features a revealing selection of the author’s correspondence, photographs, manuscripts, and memorabilia with interpretive text by JeneĆ© Wilde of the University of Oregon Department of English.

Who was James Tiptree, Jr.? For nearly a decade, this mystery intrigued the science fiction world. When the answer finally arrived, it would open up fascinating new vistas of critical insight; ideas that are still being discussed to this day.

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