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Impossible Worlds, Impossible Things - Cultural Perspectives on Doctor Who, Torchwood and The Sarah Jane Adventures

Impossible worlds

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Melissa Beattie, Ross P. Garner & Una McCormack (ed.)
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In 2010, Impossible Worlds, Impossible Things - Cultural Perspectives on Doctor Who, Torchwood and The Sarah Jane Adventures was released by Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

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The successful regeneration of Doctor Who in the twenty-first century has sparked unprecendented popular success and renewed interest within the academy. The ten essays assembled in this volume draw on a variety of critical approaches — from cultural theory to audience studies, to classic reception and musicology — to form a wide-ranging interdisciplinary discussion of Doctor Who, classic and new, and its spin off series, Torchwood and The Sarah Jane Adventures. With additional contributions from Andrew Pixley, Robert Shearman, Barnaby Edwards and Matt Hills, this volume is intended to be accessible to everyone, from interested academics in relevant fields to the general public.

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  • As the title suggests, this book is a collection of perspectives, on Doctor Who, Torchwood, and The Sarah Jane Adventures.

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