Why ‘Frankenstein’ Matters at 200: Rethinking the Human through the Arts and Sciences

Mary Shelley’s classic novel, Frankenstein, is the most widely taught novel at the university level around the world. Upon the novel’s bicentennial, this talk addresses the enduring relevance of Frankenstein for the arts and sciences today. The talk is given by Eileen Hunt Botting, Professor of Political Science and Greg Kucich, Professor of English.

About the Series:

Saturday Scholars: A different game plan for autumn weekends.
You are invited to join in discussion with Notre Dame’s most engaging faculty on some of the most pressing and fascinating issues of our times.

Each lecture and Q&A is presented in the Snite Museum’s Annenberg Auditorium on a home football game Saturday. All lectures are free and open to the public.

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October 22, 2018

Art and HistoryScience and TechnologyBooksCollege of Arts and LettersEileen BottingEnglishGreg KucichLiteraturePolitical Science

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