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  • Table of Contents
  • Acknowledgments v
  • Foreword (Lincoln Geraghty) 1
  • Introduction (Robert L. Lively) 5
  • Part I. Ties to The Past: Voyager and Our Literary Heritage
  • "Far from gay cities and the ways of men": Exploring Wandering
  • and Homecoming in The Odyssey and Star Trek: Voyager (Kwasu David Tembo )15
  • "From hell's heart, I stab at thee": Villain Typologies of the Delta Quadrant (Andrew Howe) 32
  • "Caught between worlds": Religion and Star Trek: Voyager
  • Camilo Peralta 49
  • Part II. Gendering the 24th Century: Problems, Solutions, Pathways
  • Where No Woman Has Gone Before: Kathryn Janeway Breaking
  • the Glass Ceiling or Reinforcing Stereotypes? (Michelle M. Tabit) 67
  • Millennial Girlhood and the End of Kes (Peter W.Y. Lee) 82
  • "Tuvix" and Feminist Ethics in the Delta Quadrant (Jeffrey Boruszak) 98
  • "There's a woman in there if you'd take the time to look!"
  • Seven of Nine's Problematic Feminism (Sarah Canfield) 112
  • Part III. Negotiating Identities in the Delta Quadrant
  • Disabling Resistance: Voyager and Federation Ideology (Daniel Preston and Craig A. Meyer) 133
  • B'Elanna Torres and the Hated Half: Negotiating
  • Mixed-Race/Species Identity (Sherry Ginn) 149
  • Foreheads, Bad Attitudes and Mothers: Dismantling
  • the Nuclear Family (Eileen Totter) 164
  • Please State the Nature of Your Humanity: The Doctor
  • and the Quest to Find Personality in Technology (Ian Thomas Malone) 179
  • Disturbing Parallel: The Shifting Politics of Racial Inclusion
  • and Exclusion in Star Trek: Voyager (Christian Jimenez) 194
  • Part IV. Broader Perspectives of the Future
  • The Politics of Nurturing: Gender, Care and Colonialism
  • in Voyager's Female Friendships (Rosy B. Mack) 213
  • Lost in Space Without an Idea of Home: The Triumph
  • of Neoliberal Depoliticization in Star Trek: Voyager (Alex Burston-Chorowicz) 231
  • Confessions of an Anti-Fan: Voyager, Fandom and Dislike (Murray Leeder) 248
  • About the Contributors 265
  • Index 269

About the Author

Robert L. Lively is a professor of English at Truckee Meadows Community College in Reno, Nevada. His work has appeared in Rhetoric Review, Popular Culture Review, Tormented Space, Wormhole Weapons, and Uncharted Territories: Critical Explorations of the Farscape Universe.

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"A delightfully entertaining and informative collection...recommended"--Choice

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