It’s Alive! Electricity, Cinema and Metaphor in Frankenstein

04 Sep It’s Alive! Electricity, Cinema and Metaphor in Frankenstein

Mary Shelley anonymously published the horror classic Frankenstein in 1818. For over 200 years, this terrifying novel has captured our imagination with retellings and several film adaptations. What is it about this gothic novel that still scares us today? Listen to Wabash College Assistant Professor of Art Matthew Weedman speak on Frankenstein’s lasting impact, specifically in cinema. Learn how our perspective of Frankenstein’s monster has changed with the evolution of technology. Mark your calendar for this fascinating presentation at the Main Library on Thursday September 13th at 6:00 pm.