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All that Glitters

By Janine Hiddlestone

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This is one essay from the anthology Investigating CSI

This selection of smart, accessible essays covers CSI’s cutting-edge science, intriguing mysteries and engaging personal dynamics. Essays from experts in the field illuminate such processes as DNA testing, ballistics, crime-scene photography and autopsy procedure. With pieces that focus on the leads’ varying appeals, the history of forensics on television, the show’s treatment of alternate sexualities, and whether the incredible attention to detail actually gives criminals an advantage, this anthology provides an in-depth investigation that enriches the viewing experience.

Contributors Include:

  • Bruce Bethke
  • Gary Currie
  • Doranna Durgin
  • Steven Egger
  • Elizabeth Engstrom
  • Janine Hiddlestone
  • Det. Christine Kruse-Feldstein
  • Nick Mamatas
  • Timothy Palmbach
  • Dr. Katherine Ramsland
  • Adam Roberts
  • Kristine Kathryn Rusch
  • Molly Snodgrass
  • Matthew Woodring Stover
  • Rick Workman

About the Author

Don DeBrandt has been accused of authoring The Quicksilver Screen, Steeldriver, Timberjak, V.I. and the “Angel” novel Shakedown, as well as writing two books under the pseudonym Donn Cortez: The Closer, a thriller, and The Man Burns Tonight, a mystery set at Burning Man (to be published in August 2005). He does not deny these charges. His two current novels are CSI: Miami—Cult Following and CSI: Miami—Riptide.

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About the Author

Janine  Hiddlestone

Janine Hiddlestone is a lecturer and tutor in politics, history and communications at James Cook University in Australia. She has a Ph.D. in political history and has published on the place of war in culture and history, and how pop culture became the centerpiece of so much of the public’s understanding—and misunderstanding—of events. She has explored the influence of technology on pop culture, and vice versa, and its pedagogical uses in encouraging students to develop an interest in political and historical issues. She has also attained infamy among her colleagues as a pop culture tragic.

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