Favourite Zombie Theories

Up on twitter, zombie peeps are having a discussion about their favourite zombie criticism/theories. Be sure to follow these  people on Twitter and their academic works! If you want to read more about zombies, also go check out my Recommended Reading page (in which you’ll find these peeps!).

@zombiescholar (AKA Sarah Juliet Lauro):

  •  We ‘Are’ the Walking Dead by Gerry Canavan (@gerrycanavan) (Extrapolation Fall 2010, Vol. 51 Issue 3, p431)
  • Monster Metaphors: Notes on Michael Jackson’s Thriller by Kobena Mercer (Screen, 1986, 27;1)

@DanHF (AKA Dan Hassler-Forest):

  • Steven Shaviro’s (@shaviro) Capitalist Monsters Historical Materialism 10 (4):281-290 (2002)
  • The Year’s Work at the Zombie Research Centre ed by Edward P Comentale and Aaron Jaffe (published September 2014)

@gerrycanavan (AKA Gerry Canavan)

  • The Zombie Manifesto by Sarah Juliet Lauro and Karen Embry, boundary 2 Spring 2008 35(1): 85108

@DrMoreman (AKA Christopher Moreman)

  • Guess who is going to be dinner by Barbara Bruce in Race, Oppression and the Zombie (McFarland)

@Doctorofthedead (AKA Dr Arnold Blumberg):

  • Braaaiiinnnsss!: From Academics to Zombieed. Robert Smith

@VintageZombie (AKA me!)

    • Plans are Pointless by Sara Sutler-Cohen in Zombies are Us: Essays on the Humanity of the Walking Dead. Ed. Christopher M Moreman & Cory James Rushton. McFarland & Company

@DrWalkingDead (AKA Kyle William Bishop)

  • Undead (A Zombie Oriented Ontology).” by Jeffrey J Cohen Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts 23.3 (2013): 397-412.

@jamierussel74 (AKA Jamie Russell)

  • Robin Wood “Apocalypse Now: Notes on The Living Dead”
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