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Literature Matters

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Sep 20, 2017

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Literature Matters
Talks by members of the Department of English

Food, Consumption and Cultural Imperialism in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
By Jade McDougall

Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2017  |  7:30 pm
Grace-Westminster United Church
Social Hall, 505 10th Street East | All are Welcome

This free talk will look at the politics of food and cultural imperialism expressed in the TV series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. This Trek series arguably engages most critically with issues of colonization, empire and the ethical limits of the United Federation of Planets’ futuristic utopia.

 

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