‘Engaging’ in Gender, Race, Sexuality and (dis)Ability in Science Fiction Television through Star Trek: the Next Generation and Star Trek: Voyager

Chaya Porter
As Richard Thomas writes, “there is nothing like Star Trek…Of all the universes of science fiction, the Star Trek universe is the most varied and extensive, and by all accounts the series is the most popular science fiction ever” (1). Ever growing (the latest Star Trek film will be released in Spring 2013) and embodied in hundreds of novels and slash fanfiction, decades of television and film, conventions, replicas, toys, and a complete Klingon language...
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