Drones, Clones, and Alpha Babes: Retrofitting Star Trek's Humanism, Post 9-11 by Diana M. A. Relke
English | 1 Dec. 2005 | ISBN: 1552381641 | 190 Pages | PDF | 3 MB
The Star Trek franchise represents one of the most successful emanations of popular media in our culture. The number of books, both popular and scholarly, published on the subject of Star Trek is massive, with more and more titles printed every year. Very few, however, have looked at Star Trek in terms of the dialectics of humanism and the posthuman, the pervasiveness of advanced technology, and the complications of gender identity.