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This is a blog presenting relevant links, research leads, cool stuff, and works-in-progress for a forthcoming edited anthology on Zombies in the Academy.

If you know of or find things you think might interest us, or if you are interested in participating, let us know, we retain basic motor functions and some communicative capacity.

 

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  1. Funnily enough, my library committee has just put out a 2011 Zombies in libraries calendar. It (of course) started out as a joke amongst the Executive Committee members of the South Australian Library and Information Network, and over the course of 2010 we made that joke a reality. If you’d like to have a look at it, the calendar can be previewed at http://www.redbubble.com/people/salin/calendars/6062484-15-zombies-in-the-library. Meantime, I’ll be keeping an eye out for your book when it’s published!

  2. Hello!

    Please check out our film, The Grave Bandits at http://www.thegravebandits.com

  3. hilarycam says:

    would love to know what you think of my Zombie engagement shoot
    http://www.hilarycam.com.au/blog/2012/09/zombie-engagement/
    ?

  4. Truman State University has ventured to use the zombie phenomenon as a thematic vehicle to explore different educational and disaster preparedness issues in their new Zombie Scholars Academy. Students will participate in common coursework in biology, epidemiology, psychology, ethics, critical thinking and disaster preparedness, among many other subjects. Students will also examine zombies in popular literature and film. Advisors include ZRS’s Matt Mogk, Harvard Medical School’s Dr. Steve Schlozman, and Max Brooks.

    For more information, visit zombie.truman.edu

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