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Learning from Mr. Spock: Gunderman examines sci-fi as social commentary

(University of Tennessee at Knoxville) What if science fiction like the Star Trek series could teach us how to better understand and engage with the real world around us? That is the premise of a collection of scholarly articles written by five cultural researchers from around the country, including UT's Hannah Gunderman, a doctoral student in the Department of Geography.
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What if science fiction like the Star Trek series could teach us how to better understand and engage with the real world around us?

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