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Volume 4, Issue 2, Autumn 2011

Table of Contents


Introduction: Science fiction and biopolitics

pp. 161-172

Fighting a war you've already lost: Zombies and zombis in Firefly/Serenity and Dollhouse

pp. 173-203

Generating the self: The biopolitics of security and selfhood in Star Trek: The Next Generation

pp. 205-224

'Not an apocalypse, the apocalypse': Existential proletarisation and the possibility of soul in Joss Whedon's Dollhouse

pp. 225-248

Maternal back/grounds in Children of Men: Notes toward an Arendtian biopolitics

pp. 249-270

Review essay

Much like our first lives

pp. 271-279

Book reviews

The American Television Industry (review)

pp. 281-284

Geek Chic: Smart Women in Popular Culture (review)

pp. 284-287

Mechademia 4: War/Time (review)

pp. 287-291

The Cinematic Life of the Gene (review)

pp. 291-294

DVD reviews

The American Astronaut, and: Stingray Sam (review)

pp. 295-298

Woman in the Moon (original title: Frau im Mond) (review)

pp. 298-301

Nostalgia for the Light (original title: Nostalgia de la luz) (review)

pp. 302-306

Repo Men (review)

pp. 306-309

About the contributors

pp. 311-312

Index to Volume 4

pp. 313-314

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