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The horror and terror of the contaminant extend beyond the “practical” fears of contagion; they are deeply rooted in the symbolic dimensions of the pollutant and contagion. The anxieties we express are about violations of categorical, symbolic boundaries. Western categorical notions of life and death are supposed to be clearly deﬁned. Either you are alive, or you are not. Ambiguous items that defy neat classiﬁcation are dangerous due to the very ability to violate categories. In addition, distinct boundaries such as between self and other are assumed to be absolute.
They are removed from the contemporary story that settlers tell, as they must be if the settlers are to justify their status as rightfully belonging to the landscape they now occupy, having earned it through their own hard work and perseverance (and the blessings of a righteous God); but the original indigenous persist on the fringes of that story as a reminder of the triumph of the settlers. The relationships between the original indigenous, the new indigenous, the land they share (and don’t share), the histories they narrate both explicitly and implicitly, and the meanings of all of these are organized and informed by the ongoing presence/nonpresence of indigeneity in the shared physical and metaphorical landscapes of nation-building.
However, in these post-apocalyptic tales, there is no lack of “governance” or control of the personal body. Control is instead even more closely inscribed on the body through the violent threat posed by the Other. , alien, zombie, or pathogen) dictates what appropriate human behavior must be in order to survive. Characters are forced into certain behaviors because of the threats presented by the Other. Thus, the State may enact violence and/or control though the State’s very inaction. For example, in the ﬁlm Red Dawn (1984, 2012), the government’s inability to defend itself compels the protagonists to defend the State by themselves.