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Thu Jun 11 06:10:09 EDT 1998

From: "j.m. stover" <jstover at>
Date: 9 Jun 1998 23:50:52 -0600
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A (hopefully) brief question:

I'll be lecturing the Science Fiction course here at the University of
Western Ontario (in London, Ontario) for the 1998-99 school year, and
wondered whether there are any rights issues I need to tackle if I want to
show a couple of clips from Babylon 5 during the course. Right now, I'd
like to show about 15 minutes from "Into the Fire" (primarily the section
dealing with Delenn's and Sheridan's debate with the Shadows and Vorlons),
and two of the sequences from "The Deconstruction of Falling Stars" (to
tie into course texts 1984 and A Canticle for Leibowitz). Is this a

To open this up to anyone else reading--feel free to reply via:posting or
email to me with questions/suggestions about teaching sf and fantasy to
about 100 second-year and above students. I've been saddled with a mostly
unchangeable course list of "old stand-bys." Got to the web address
below--the link to the reading list should be up and running.

Take care,

J. Stover

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From: jmsatb5 at (Jms at B5)
Date: 10 Jun 1998 09:40:05 -0600
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As far as I know, academic use of the broadcasts is perfectly okay.


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