In addition to giving the Saturday plenary, I will be on Thursday's "Methodologies of Resistance" roundtable and will co-facilitate Friday's "Resisting Colonization and Gentrification" workshop.
Keynote lecture at the Duke Huang Fellows Symposium, "200 Years of Frankenstein."
Celebrate Frankenstein’s 200th birthday by exploring “Frankenfilms” in the latest installment of SCONC’s “Science in the Movies” series.
We’ll be exploring the science and bioethics behind Dr. Frankenstein and his creation, as portrayed in cinema over the decades. Our panel of experts will include:
- Film Scholar Marsha Gordon (NCSU)
- Geneticist Rodolphe Barrangou (NCSU)
- Literary Scholar Deanna Koretsky (Spelman College)
- Geneticist/Bioethicist Misha Angrist (Duke University)