Women at Warp: A Roddenberry Star Trek Podcast

Women at Warp: A Roddenberry Star Trek Podcast

A groundbreaking bi-weekly podcast committed to examining Star Trek from a feminist perspective, exploring Intersectional Diversity in Infinite Combinations with a rotating crew of seven hosts. Tune in for everything from episode and character analysis to history of women behind the scenes and in fan culture to discussion of larger themes and messages throughout the franchise. Part of Roddenberry Podcasts. email: crew@womenatwarp.com web: womenatwarp.com facebook: facebook.com/womenatwarp twitter/instagram: @womenatwarp patreon: patreon.com/womenatwarp

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July 12, 2021 60 min

We’re joined by Dr. Lynette Russell and Andrea to talk about colonialism and imperialism in Star Trek, from the series’ Space Western origins to the Maquis. We also discuss the Prime Directive and envision the possibilities for more anti-imperialist Trek narratives.

HOSTS
Jarrah
Andi

GUEST/S
Andrea - @KatzeHalifornia
Dr. Lynette Russell - @lynetterussell

EDITOR
Andi

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In Voyager’s “Remember,” a telepathic visitor causes B’Elanna to step into the shoes of a young woman who takes part in a genocide. CW: discussions of genocide, the Holocaust, Japanese internment and other dark chapters in human history.

HOSTS
Sarah
Sue
Jarrah

EDITOR
Andi

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A Star Trek fan from Day One, Joan Marie Verba joins us to talk about her love of the show - and the fandom. From the moment she first discovered fanzines to her book chronicling their history, Joan shares stories of many of her fannish activities over the last 50+ years.

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HOSTS
Sue
Sarah

GUEST
Joan Marie Verba - @...

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May 31, 2021 67 min

The one and only Gates McFadden stops by to chat about her new podcast, her passion for teaching, taking risks, working with the Jim Henson Company, and a life-changing performance at the Delacorte Theater. Plus, a little bit of Star Trek.

HOST
Sue

GUEST
Gates McFadden - @gates_mcfadden

EDITOR
Sue

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This week, we’ve dusted off the mailbag to respond to some listener messages, touching on episodes from the last year and a half. We talk about Starfleet career paths, women in STEM, resources for becoming a better ally and building a Star Trek future, and so much more.

HOSTS
Jarrah
Grace
Sarah
Sue

EDITOR
Andi

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Philosophy professor Dr. Janet D. Stemwedel joins us for a discussion on the ethics of the Prime Directive. From cultural observation to natural disasters to internal politics, we take a look at how our various Starfleet crews navigate good ole General Order One.

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HOSTS
Sue
Jarrah

GUESTS
Dr. Janet Stemwedel - @docfreer...

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April 19, 2021 55 min

Grace, Jarrah, Sarah, and Worldbuilders Executive Director Gray Miller discuss the teamwork of Star Trek, from “The Galileo Seven” to “The Magnificent Ferengi”. What does teamwork look like in the Trek universe, and what can we learn from it?

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April 5, 2021 74 min

Astrophysicist, aerospace engineer, and Star Trek science consultant Dr. Erin MacDonald stops by to help us reverse the polarity of the neutron flow and understand Trek tech. We talk about current technology inspired by Trek - like bluetooth, 3D printing, and MRIs - and the scientific concepts behind everything from warp drive to transporters.

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March 22, 2021 62 min

Guests Jessie Gender and Claire Little join us to talk about Autistic coding and characters in the Star Trek universe who speak to an Autistic audience.

HOSTS
Grace
Andi

GUESTS
Jessie Gender - @jessiegender
Claire Little - @isolinearchick

EDITOR
Andi

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March 8, 2021 62 min

To celebrate our sixth podiversary, the whole crew is here to take a look back over the last three years (since our last clip show) and share some of our favorite moments.

 

HOSTS 

Andi, Aliza, Grace, Jarrah, Kennedy, Sarah, and Sue

 

GUESTS
Amy Imhoff (@AmyImhoff1701), Marina Sirtis (@Marina_Sirtis), Michelle Zamanian (@mezamanian), Shashank Avvaru (@gutter_hero), Michele Specht (@MicheleSpecht), Karen Chuplis...

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In a special show celebrating Black History Month, Kennedy and Aliza are joined by Angélique Roché and Karama Horne to discuss how Blackness has influenced Star Trek, how Star Trek has influenced Blackness, and how representation throughout the franchise has impacted them and their fandom.

HOSTS
Kennedy
Aliza

GUESTS
Angélique Roché - @AngeliqueRoche
Karama Horne - @theblerdgurl

EDITOR
Andi

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February 8, 2021 45 min

This week, the crew takes a look at “Before and After,” and discusses the Ocampan life span, the idea of Voyager as a generation ship, and themes of ageism, believing women, time travel, medical life extension, and much more.

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HOSTS
Grace, Jarrah, and Sue

EDITOR
Andi

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January 25, 2021 59 min

Aliza and Kennedy chat about Guinan’s role and impact, as well as their favorite moments of the iconic Next Generation character. TL;DR - Listen to Black women.

HOSTS
Aliza and Kennedy

EDITOR
Andi

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January 11, 2021 80 min

It’s time for another season review! In this supersize episode, Jessie Gender joins the crew to dissect Star Trek Discovery’s third season. We go episode by episode and discuss new characters, ships, tech, representation, and stories - Plus discussion of the successes, failures, themes, reception, and more.

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December 28, 2020 61 min

After a year dominated by news of a global pandemic, Sherri joins the crew to take a look at some the accidental, engineered, and weaponized viruses in the Star Trek Universe, from the Klingon Mutagenic Virus in Enterprise to Voyager’s “Macrocosm.”

HOSTS
Aliza, Grace, and Sue

GUEST
Sherri - @anchoredpisces

EDITOR
Andi

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The crew discusses Gene Roddenberry’s novelization of “Star Trek: The Motion Picture,” from an infamous footnote to some of the more interesting ideas put forth in this format, and the degree to which it holds up as a Star Trek story and historical document.

HOSTS
Jarrah, Sarah, and Sue

EDITOR
Andi

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November 30, 2020 55 min

‘Tis the season to discuss some of Star Trek’s most memorable meal scenes, from tense diplomatic negotiations to first time dates with your favorite Cardassian tailor. Andi, Grace and Sarah talk about their favorite food scenes of Trek.


HOSTS

Andi, Grace, and Sarah


EDITOR

Andi


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November 16, 2020 51 min

2020 is challenging, but Star Trek has got our back. Grace and Jarrah discuss the best episodes to watch when the world gets to be a little too much and you’re looking for either catharsis or distraction.

HOSTS
Grace and Jarrah

EDITOR
Andi

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November 2, 2020 62 min

Callie joins us to discuss body diversity and inclusivity (or lack thereof) in the Star Trek Universe - specifically focusing on disability, transness, and size - from what we’ve seen and hope to see on screen to behind-the-scenes accounts and examples in fandom.

HOSTS
Andi, Kennedy, Sue

GUEST/S
Callie Wright - @calliegetsit @queersplaining

EDITOR
Andi

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October 19, 2020 62 min

A new ship, new characters, and more Trek references than you can shake a bat’leth at! Kennedy, Andi, Grace, and Sarah review the first season of Lower Decks and discuss what they hope to see in Season 2. Badgey, put down that kni-

HOSTS
Kennedy
Andi
Grace
Sarah

EDITOR
Andi

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