Deanna Day

Deanna Day is a doctoral candidate in History & Sociology of Science at the University of Pennsylvania and a fellow at the Chemical Heritage Foundation. She studies the history of medicine and technology, focusing on the ways that women have used technology to create new kinds of embodied knowledge. She also examines the ways that science, technology, and medicine are leveraged in popular culture. She thinks a lot about the apocalypse.

Articles by Deanna Day

Toward a Zombie Epistemology: What it Means to Live and Die in Cabin in the Woods

November 3rd, 2013