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In Fandom's Shadow: Being a Doctor Who Fan from the 1990s to Today Paperback – 24 Sep 2013
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About the Author
Aaron Gulyas is a historian, writer, and associate professor of history at Mott Community College in Flint, Michigan, where he teaches all manner of courses, as well as serving as a part-time educational technology consultant for the college's Professional Development office. Gulyas's newest publication is In Fandom's Shadow: Being a Doctor Who Fan from the 1990s to Today-- a brief ebook exploring aspects of Doctor Who in light of its 50th anniversary. His first book, Extraterrestrials and the American Zeitgeist: Alien Contact Tales Since the 1950s was published by McFarland Books in May, 2013. He contributed the introduction to Posthuman Blues: Dispatches From a World on the Cusp of Terminal Dissolution, a collection of writings by the late Mac Tonnies edited by Paul Kimball and published by Redstar Books. Recently, he had a chapter appear in Gillian I. Leitch's Doctor Who in Time and Space. He is currently writing The Chaos Conundrum: Essays on UFOs, Ghosts, and other High Strangeness in our Nonrational and Atemporal World for Kimball Books as well as a great deal of history and educational freelance writing. When he is not teaching, writing, or being a husband and dad,you will find him reading comic books and brewing beer (often simultaneously).
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