* All programs are free and open to the public. *
Tuesday evenings | 7:30 pm
March 8 | Gowen 301
"Frankenstein and the Secrets of Literature"
Dr. Richard J. Dunn (English)
March 15 | Gowen 201
"Body Politics and the British Graveyard"
Dr. George Behlmer (History)
March 29 | Gowen 301
"How to make a Monster: Medicine and the Creation of Frankenstein"
Dr. James Whorton (Medical History and Ethics)
April 5 | Gowen 301
"Risk and responsibility: Ethical Boundaries in Scientific Discovery (as told by Mary Shelley)"
Dr. Kelly Fryer-Edwards (Medical History and Ethics)
THE PERSISTENCE OF FRANKENSTEIN: ART, SCIENCE AND CREATION
Thursday, March 3, 7pm | Seattle Public Library
OPENING PERFORMANCE AND RECEPTION
"Mary Shelley Speaks"
March 4 - April 13, 2005
University of Washington Libraries
DOUBLE-FEATURE FILM FEST
Saturday, March 12 | Seattle Public Library
1 pm Frankenstein (1931)
3 pm Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
Ted Wayland (Doctoral Candidate, UW English) to introduce and facilitate discussion.
7 pm Young Frankenstein (1974) PG
9 pm Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) R
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