Braaaiiinnnsss!

Braaaiiinnnsss!

From Academics to Zombies

Edited by: Robert Smith?

376 Pages · April 5 2012

Paper ISBN: 9780776607702

ePub ISBN: 9780776619606

PDF ISBN: 9780776619613

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Description

Think you know a thing or two about zombies? Think again. If you’re going to keep your wits – and your brains – about you during a zombie attack, you need expert advice. Braaaiiinnnsss!: From Academics to Zombies gathers together an irreverent group of scholars and writers to take a serious look at how zombies threaten almost every aspect of our lives. Spawned from the viral publication "When Zombies Attack!: Mathematical Modelling of an Outbreak of Zombie Infection," this multidisciplinary book draws on a variety of fields including biology, history, law, gender studies, archaeology, library science and landscape architecture. Part homage to zombie films and fiction, part cultural study, this collection humorously explores our deep-seated fear of the undead. Engaging and accessible, Braaaiiinnnnssss! will amuse academics and zombie fans alike.
ul { list-style-type: none; }Introduction
  • Robert Smith? (University of Ottawa)
Fitting the Theory to the Facts
  • John Seavey (fraggmented.blogspot.com)
What Feminism Has to Say About World War Z
  •  Jen Rinaldi (York University)
The Zombie Threat to Democracy
  • Adam Smith (Brandeis University)
Classification and Causation of Zombification, and Guidelines for Risk Reduction and Management
  • Tony Contento (Iowa State University)
Zombie Instructors: A Career Made Flesh
  • Kate Small and Robert Smith?
Aim for the Head
  • Arnold T. Blumberg (University of Baltimore & University of Maryland Baltimore County)
Cultural Narratives of Blood
  • Marina Levina (University of Memphis)
Maintaining Academic Library Services during the Zombie Apocalypse
  • Sarah McHone-Chase and Lynne M. Thomas (Northern Illinois University)
Zombies on Broadway
  • Anthony Wilson
Reclaiming Public Spaces through the Performance of the Zombie Walk
  • Sasha Cocarla (University of Ottawa)
A Preliminary Report on the First Excavation Season at Zombie Assault Site UK546, Newport, South Wales
  • Melissa Beattie (Cardiff University)
Strategic Intelligence Analysis of a Zombie Attack
  • Harris DeLeeuw
Evolution of the Modern Zombie
  • Philip Munz and Philippe P. Vachon (Carleton University)
Dawn of the Shopping Dead
  • Matt Bailey (Macquarie University, Australia)
And the Dead Shall Walk, but How?
  • Anthony Tongen, Caitlin V. Johnson and Sean M. Francis (James Madison University)
Zombie Grrls on and off Screen
  • Natasha Patterson (Simon Fraser University)
American History Z
  • Daniel Changer
Zombies, Disability and the Law
  • Julia Grugson-Wood (York University)
The Zombie Paradigm
  • Helen Kang (Simon Fraser University)
Diary of a Landscape Architect
  • Lisa MacDonald

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