Mad, bad, and dangerous to know? Negotiating stereotypes of science

Lorna Jowett, Tiffany Potter (Editor), C W Marshall (Editor)

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Abstract

With its fourth season due to air in January 2008, the award-winning Battlestar Galactica continues to be exceptionally popular for non-network television, combining the familiar features of science fiction with direct commentary on life in mainstream America. Cylons in America is the first collection of critical studies of Battlestar Galactica (its 2003 miniseries, and the ongoing 2004 television series), examining its place within popular culture and its engagement with contemporary American society.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCylons in America: Critical Studies in Battlestar Galactica
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherContinuum
Pages64-75
Number of pages288
ISBN (Print)9780826428479
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2008

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Jowett, L., Potter, T. (Ed.), & Marshall, C. W. (Ed.) (2008). Mad, bad, and dangerous to know? Negotiating stereotypes of science. In Cylons in America: Critical Studies in Battlestar Galactica (pp. 64-75). Continuum.