Monsters of the Market: Zombies, Vampires and Global Capitalism
Monsters of the Market investigates modern capitalism through the prism of the body panics it arouses. Examining Frankenstein, Marx’s Capital and zombie fables from sub-Saharan Africa, it offers a novel account of the cultural and corporeal economy of global capitalism.
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