ELSEWHERE: In Praise of ‘Star Trek: Voyager’

When I wrote on Star Trek for CaPC Magazine Issue #5, space considerations did not allow me to discuss the fourth Trek incarnation, Voyager.  Over at RogerEbert.com, Ian Grey has some interesting thoughts on what he calls “convulsively inventive humanist science fiction.”  I could quibble with some of the details, but there’s some solid commentary on how Voyager does (and doesn’t) fit with the Trek vision I discussed.

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About Geoffrey Reiter

Geoffrey Reiter is Assistant Professor of English at the Baptist College of Florida. He holds a B.A. in English from Nyack College and a Ph.D. in English from Baylor University, along with an M.A. in Church History from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.


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