Donna Spalding Andréolle is Professor of American Studies at Stendhal University-Grenoble III, France, where she teaches American history as well as popular culture courses. Her research centers on “low-brow” cultural objects, notably Hollywood blockbusters and American television series, as sites of social commentary and shifting cultural values. She is also a specialist of American women’s science fiction from the 1960s to the 1990s and its connection to the second wave feminist movement. She is co-editor (with Catherine Delmas and Christine Vandamme) of Science and Empire in the 19th Century: A Journey of Imperial Conquest and Scientific Progress (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2010) and the author of several articles on television series such as Big Love, Star Trek the Original Series and The Middle.Véronique Molinari is Senior Lecturer in British Studies at Stendhal University-Grenoble III, France. Her research focuses on the women’s movement in Edwardian and Interwar Britain as well as on women’s participation in politics. Her publications include Le vote des femmes et la Première Guerre mondiale en Angleterre (Women’s Vote and the First World War in England; L’Harmattan, 1996), Les femmes dans l’Angleterre victorienne et édouardienne (Women in Victorian and Edwardian England; L’Harmattan, 2008) and Citoyennes, et après ? Le droit de vote des femmes et ses conséquences en Grande-Bretagne, 1918–1939 (Female Citizens, and Afterwards? Women’s Right to Vote and its Consequences in Britain, 1918–1939; Peter Lang, 2009).