"What would contemporary theory look like if it moved underwater? In her wonderfully written Shipwreck Hauntography, Sara Rich rewrites the history of modernity in terms of its sunken vessels. Shipwrecks are not dead masses in need of salvation, but are especially uncanny forms of living matter."
- Graham Harman, Southern California Institute of Architecture
"[...] Rich includes, and magnifcently so, her own art, doing so along with the text to drive home the book’s essential point, that wrecks are not dead, nor do they need us to 'save' them or resurrect them."
- James P. Delgado, Journal of Maritime Archaeology, Vol. 17, Iss. 04