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'All Good Things...': The End of Star Trek: The Next Generation, The End of Camelot - The End of the Tale about Woman as Handmaid to Partiarchy as Superman

in: Harrison, Taylor/Projansky/Ono, Kent A./Helford, Elyce R., eds. Enterprise Zones: Critical Positions on Star Trek. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1996. pp. 231-244.

'TNG' Mission Accomplished

Boston (MA) Herald. May 23, 1994. in: NewsBank. Film and Television. 59:B4-B5. 1994.

'Trek' A Trip Worth Taking: Show's Optimistic Message Not Just for Fanatics (Review)

Boston (MA) Herald. January 24, 1992. in: NewsBank. Film and Television. 15:C3-C4. 1992.

A Fabricated Space: Assimilating the Individual on Star Trek: The Next Generation

in: Harrison, Taylor/Projansky/Ono, Kent A./Helford, Elyce R., eds. Enterprise Zones: Critical Positions on Star Trek. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1996. pp. 115-136.

A Look at The Next Generation

in: Van Hise, James, ed. Trek Celebration Two. Las Vegas, NV: Pioneer, 1994. pp.24-28.

A Time Warp

(Baltimore, MD) The Evening Sun. May 23, 1994. in: NewsBank. Film and Television. 59:C1-C2. 1994.

A TV Enterprise is on the Wane

New Orleans Times-Picayune pp.E1-E2. June 19, 1991.

Abreaction, Aporia and Malaise in Star Trek: The Next Generation: Lacan's Theory of Discourse

in: Corrington, Robert S.and Deely, John, eds. Semiotics 1993. New York: P. Lang, 1995. pp. 231-238.

Alien On The Set Of TV's Star Trek

Houston (TX) Chronicle November 17, 1991. in: NewsBank. Film and Television 114:C7-C8. 1991.

Archaeology and Star Trek: Exploring the Past in the Future

in: Russell, Miles, ed. Digging Holes in Popular Culture: Archaeology and Science Fiction Oxford, UK: Oxbow Books, 2002. p. 19-29.

Are We Perceived to be What We Say We Are?

in: Russell, Miles, ed. Digging Holes in Popular Culture: Archaeology and Science Fiction Oxford, UK: Oxbow Books, 2002. p. 1-7.

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