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Anatomy of a Research Project: Star Trek: The Motion Picture
Posted By: Cameron Patrick 4/25/2010 - 10:00 AM
When Lukas Kendall contacted me recently to ask whether I would be interested in having FSM post online an undergraduate thesis I wrote in 1986, I was both thrilled at the prospect of my work being read by other film music fans and a little worried about the paper’s age and relevance in 2010. I mean, 24 years is a long time…almost half of my life...and to cast my mind back that far and revisit old scholarly pursuits is not something I do very often. My life and thinking have evolved in ways that I couldn’t have imagined in 1986 and I’ve lived and seen changes that would have boggled my mind a quarter of century ago.
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