1.3 Spring 2017


Stomping the Undead: A Blues Theory of Zombie Culture

Adam Golub

. . . the significance I’m interested in describing here is more aesthetic than sociological. In what follows, I propose a new framework for interpreting zombie culture, one that considers the zombie tale not just as political allegory, but as artistic statement.


How to Practice Irishness: Hyphenated Identity at Irish American Cultural Centers

Leslie Singel

. . . it is the development of one’s Irish identity as the product of such centers, a need to understand how that identity translates into one’s own individual life and relationship with the outside world, that is most remarkable.


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