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Space and Time



Table of Contents
Introduction: Viewing the Past through Science Fiction and Fantasy Television

DAVID C. WRIGHT, JR., AND ALLAN W. AUSTIN 
1. Reflections of a Nation’s Angst; or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love The Twilight Zone
NOVOTNY LAWRENCE 
2. Beneath the Surface: Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea as Cold War Science Fiction
RANDALL CLARK 
3. Looking Glass War: The Topsy-Turvy World of The Prisoner
BRYAN E. VIZZINI
4. The Limits of Star Trek’s Final Frontier: “The Omega Glory” and 1960s American Liberalism
ALLAN W. AUSTIN
5. Lost in Translation: Autonomy, Agency, and Cybernetic Anxiety from Apollo to The Six Million Dollar Man
DARYL LEE 
6. It’s About Tempus: Greece and Rome in “Classic” Doctor Who
ANTONY KEEN 
7. Constructing a Grand Historical Narrative: Struggles through Time on Highlander: The Series
DAVID C. WRIGHT, JR. 
8. The Future as Past Perfect: Appropriation of History in the Star Trek Series
JUDITH LANCIONI 
9. Too Close for Comfort? Exploring the Construction of Near Future Historical Narratives in Science Fiction
Television
KORCAIGHE P. HALE 
10. “The Future Is the Past”: Music and History in Firefly
KENDRA PRESTON LEONARD 
11. The Battle for History in Battlestar Galactica
JANICE LIEDL
Suggested Readings in Science Fiction and Fantasy Television
DAVID C. WRIGHT, JR. 

Contributors 
Index

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