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The Confession and Manifesto of a Lethargic Student

I started my M.A. with a mission statement namely, learning was its own reward and regardless of my disenchantment with academic institutions I would continue to explore the different tenets and ideologies so I might learn more about the world around me, … Continue reading

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Zombie Apocalypse: risk society and disaster capitalism

The apocalypse seems to be played out more in contemporary literature and culture concerning American than any other. This blog will not delve in to the arguments of what the lure is for depicting the American (Western) apocalypse. An American apocalypse is … Continue reading

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Blade Runner: A Postmodern Perspective

Blade Runner, a film by Ridley Scott, based on Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep is set in the distant future and follows Deckard, a hard-boiled cop on the streets of LA as he is forced out of retirement for … Continue reading

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