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by Holly Lynn Baumgartner,Roger Davis

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Holly Lynn Baumgartner,Roger Davis
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Hosting the Monster responds to the call of the monstrous with, not rejection, but invitation. Holly Lynn Baumgartner is an associate professor of Humanities and English at Mercy College of Northwest Ohio.

Hosting the Monster responds to the call of the monstrous with, not rejection, but invitation. Positing the monster as that which defies classification. Roger Davis is an instructor of English at MacEwan College in Edmonton, Canada. He is co-author of Essay Writing for Canadian Students and his literary interests include poetry, poetics and popular culture. Series: At the Interface (Book 52). Holly Lynn Baumgartner, Roger Davis. Positing the monster as that which defies classification, the essays in this collection are an ongoing engagement with that which lies outside of established boundaries. With chapters ranging from the monstrous mother or the deformed child to subjectivity in transition, this volume is not only of interest to film and gender scholars and literary and cultural theorists but also students of popular culture or horror. With chapters ranging from the monstrous mother or the deformed child to subjectivity in transition, this volu Hosting the Monster responds to the call of the monstrous with, not rejection, but invitation.

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Holly Lynn Baumgartner and Roger Davis would like to thank Dr Rob Fisher for initiating and overseeing this project as well as the organizers from Inter-disciplinary. Net who hosted the Monsters 5 Conference that pulled together a sophisticated and diverse group of presenters from whom these texts are drawn. Welcome to an At the Interface Project This is a volume emerging from the Monsters and the Monstrous: Myths and Metaphors of Enduring Evil project.

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Hosting the Monster responds to the call of the monstrous with, not rejection, but invitation. Positing the monster as that which defies classification, the essays in this collection are an ongoing engagement with that which lies outside of established boundaries. With chapters ranging from the monstrous mother or the deformed child to subjectivity in transition, this volume is not only of interest to film and gender scholars and literary and cultural theorists but also students of popular culture or horror. Its wide appeal stems from its invitation both to entertain the monster and to widen the call to and the listening for the monsters that have not yet, and perhaps must not yet, come calling back. This sense of hospitality and non-hostility is one guiding principle of this collection, suggesting that the ability to survey and research the otherwise may reveal more about the subjectivity of the self through the wisdom of the other, however monstrous the manifestation.