CFP: Star Trek Beyond the U.S. Frontier (12/15/2003; collection)

Aaron Gerow onogerow
Fri Nov 14 21:19:08 EST 2003

Anyone studying the reception of Star Trek in Japan?

Begin forwarded message:

> From: Kenneth S Nolley <knolley at WILLAMETTE.EDU>
> Date: 2003.11.14  13:38:12 Asia/Tokyo
> Subject: CFP: Star Trek Beyond the U.S. Frontier (12/15/2003; 
> collection)
> Reply-To: H-NET List for Scholarly Studies and Uses of Media 
> From:    djoymib at
> Call for Papers: Star Trek: Beyond the U.S. Frontier: International
> Visions of an American Cultural Icon
> Apologies for cross-postings
> A collection of essays edited by Caroline-Isabelle Caron (Queen's
> University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada)  and Djoymi Baker (Melbourne
> University, Australia), Star Trek: Beyond the U.S. Frontier will 
> present
> new studies on perceptions and reception of this American cult 
> television
> franchise from an international perspective. The editors have already
> collected several chapters studying Star Trek as viewed from outside 
> the
> United States of America, and in non-Anglophone cultural contexts. The
> book has received interest from a major publisher. However, at this 
> point
> we are seeking to add two chapters, on Star Trek in Asia, South 
> America or
> Africa. Work on dubbed Star Trek texts in Japan and Brazil are
> particularly sought, however other submissions will be considered and 
> are
> encouraged. Please submit a 500 word proposal to Caroline-Isabelle 
> Caron
> (caronc at or Djoymi Baker (djoymib at by
> December 15, 2003. As negotiations are already under way with t!
>  he publisher, we would appreciate prompt expressions of interest. 
> Please
> feel free to distribute to interested parties.

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