Dahlia Schweitzer is a pop culture critic and writer. Described by renowned author Toby Miller as “one of the world’s leading analysts of popular culture.” Her work can be found across mainstream, academic, and emergent channels. The Baton Rouge-born novelist, chanteuse, and performance artist studied at Wesleyan University, lived and worked in New York and Berlin, and moved to Los Angeles to complete her graduate work at the Art Center College of Design and the University of California-Los Angeles. Her book, 'Going Viral: Zombies, Viruses, and the End of the World,' explores depictions of pandemics and outbreak narratives in contemporary American film and television.
Dahlia Schweitzer examined private eye stories and zombie outbreak narratives. First hour guest, Nicki Egan discussed her years-long research into the Bill Cosby case. More »
Sarah Whalen shared her research into the death of Princess Diana. Followed by Dahlia Schweitzeron the portrayal of zombies in film & TV. More »