1. When the astronaut is a woman: Beyond the frontier in film and television
  2. Lorrie Palmer, Lisa Purse
  3. pp. 1-7
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  1. Women, sf spectacle and the mise-en-scène of space adventure in the Star Wars franchise
  2. Yvonne Tasker
  3. pp. 9-28
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  1. Untethered technology in Gravity: Gender and spaceflight from science fact to fiction
  2. Lorrie Palmer
  3. pp. 29-51
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  1. Square-jawed strength: Gender and resilience in the female astronaut film
  2. Lisa Purse
  3. pp. 53-72
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  1. Cosmic careers and dead children: Women working in space in Aliens, Gravity, Extant and The Cloverfield Paradox
  2. Bronwyn Lovell
  3. pp. 73-102
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  1. Gendering the Anthropocene: Female astronauts, failed motherhood and the overview effect
  2. Joseph Jenner
  3. pp. 103-125
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  1. Visible/invisible: Female astronauts and technology in Star Trek: Discovery and National Geographic’s Mars
  2. Amanda Keeler
  3. pp. 127-150
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  1. Industrial Society and the Science Fiction Blockbuster: Social Critique in Films of Lucas, Scott, and Cameron by Mark T. Decker (review)
  2. Ezekiel Crago
  3. pp. 151-155
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  1. Monsters in the Machine: Science Fiction Film and the Militarization of America after World War II by Steffen Hantke (review)
  2. Jerome Winter
  3. pp. 155-159
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  1. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (review)
  2. Sean Guynes-Vishniac
  3. pp. 161-165
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  1. Star Trek Beyond (review)
  2. Cait Coker
  3. pp. 165-167
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  1. About the contributors
  2. pp. 169-170
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