Better Off DeadThe Evolution of the Zombie as Post-Human
Edited by Deborah Christie and Sarah Juliet Lauro
"The borderlands between biology and sociology, between natural history and history, between life and forms of life, are the territory of a new field to be named later . . . This innovative collection of essays on the zombie phenomenon maps that territory in high relief. Not least in that horror stories literalize our ways of thinking and feeling, and realize them out there in world . . . In the wake of these compelling accounts of life and afterlife in our wound culture, there’s new hope for the dead."
-Mark Seltzer, University of California, Los Angeles
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