Feature: “Fear of the Warping Dead”

Night of the Living Dead (1968)

BY PHIL SMITH In her recent book Forms (2015), Caroline Levine makes a powerful case against using media and literary fictions as direct analogies for political realities. She warns of the dangerous politics, not least a dependence on “acts of exclusion” and a “constitutive outside” that can accrue from such a tendency. Yet, that is… Continue reading Feature: “Fear of the Warping Dead”