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How does Hollywood shape our future?

11 Series like Star Trek reflected the utopian worldview after World War II. Right now, these ideals are falling apart and pop-culture changes with it. Science fiction series like Black Mirror show us that if we go on like this, we’ll end up living in a dystopian future. Dan Hassler-Forest (Utrecht University) tells you all about it. Ondersteuning voor schermlezers is ingeschakeld. Series like Star Trek reflected the utopian worldview after World War II. Right now, these ideals are falling apart and pop-culture changes with it. Science fiction series like Black Mirror show us that if we go on like this, we’ll end up living in a dystopian future. Dan Hassler-Forest (Utrecht University) tells you all about it.

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Dr. Dan Hassler-Forest

Dan Hassler-Forest is als docent Populaire Cultuur verbonden aan de Universiteit van Amsterdam. Collega's en studenten roemen hem om zijn uitgebreide filmkennis en inspirerende colleges. '‘Als je Dan aanzet stopt hij niet meer. Hij zweept de studenten op en gaat heel snel."

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