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FIGHTING FOR THE FUTURE : essays on star trek.

Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] LIVERPOOL UNIV Press, 2020.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English

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Document Type: Book
ISBN: 1789621763 9781789621761
OCLC Number: 1120972151
Contents: PrefaceSherryl Vint IntroductionSabrina Mittermeier & Mareike Spychala 'Boldly Going Where No Series Has Gone Before?' - Discovery's Role Within The Franchise and Its DiscontentsLooking in the Mirror: The Negotiation of Franchise Identity in Star Trek: Discovery Andrea WhiteacreA Star Trek About Being Star Trek: History, Liberalism and Discovery's Cold War Roots Torsten KathkeThe Conscience of the King - Or: Is There In Truth No Sex and Violence? John Andreas FuchsThese Are the Voyages?: The Post-Jubilee Trek Legacy on the Discovery, the Orville, and the Callister Michael G. Robinson'Just as repetition reinforces repetition, change begets change' - Modes of Storytelling in Canon and FanonFrom Series to Seriality: Star Trek's Mirror Universe in the Post-Network Era Ina Batzke'Lorca, I'm Really Gonna Miss Killing You'- The Fictional Space Created by Time Loop NarrativesSarah Bo hlauDiscovery and the Form of Victorian Periodicals Will TattersdillTo Boldly Discuss: Socio-Political Discourses in Star Trek: Discovery Fanfiction Kerstin-Anja Mu nderlein'Infinite Diversity in Infinite Combinations?' - Negotiating Otherness in Star Trek: DiscoveryAfrofuturism, Imperialism, and IntersectionalityInterview on Normalizing Black Women as Heroes Diana MafeThe Cotton-Gin Effect: An Afrofuturist Reading of Star Trek: Discovery Whit Frazier PetersonThe American Hello: U.S. Representations of Diplomacy in Star Trek: Discovery Henrik Schillinger & Arne So nnichsen'Into A Mirror Darkly': Border Crossing and Imperial(ist) Feminism in Star Trek: Discovery Judith RauscherInterrogating Gender Star Trek Discovers Women: Gender, Race, Science, and Michael Burnham Amy C. ChambersNot Your Daddy's Star Trek: Exploring Female Characters in Star Trek: Discovery Mareike Spychala'We Choose Our Own Pain. Mine Makes Me Remember' - Gabriel Lorca, Ash Tyler and the Question of Masculinity Sabrina Mittermeier & Jennifer VolkmerQueering Star Trek 'Never hide who you are': Queer Representation and Actorvism in Star Trek: Discovery Sabrina Mittermeier & Mareike Spychala 'I never met a female Michael before': Star Trek: Discovery between Trans Potentiality and Cis Anxiety Si Sophie Pages WhybrewVeins and Muscles of the Universe: Posthumanism and Connectivity in Star Trek: Discovery Lisa Meinecke


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'From the philosophy of time travel and alternate dimensions to the fraught politics of representation in contemporary film and television, Fighting for the Future sets scholarly coordinates for the Read more...

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