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The Alexander Grass Humanities Institute, in the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences at Johns Hopkins University, is hosting several events on Oct. 31 to mark the 200 year anniversary of the publication of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. With these events, Hopkins joins universities and other civic institutions and organizations around the world in its commemoration of this literary work and its impact on film, media, science, technology, bioethics and more.
The Hopkins events include screenings for two Frankenstein films at the Parkway Theater, and a panel discussion and Q&A featuring several faculty members from different disciplines. These events are free and open to the entire Hopkins community and the general public. Additionally, the Writing Seminars is holding a writing contest for Hopkins undergraduate students. Please RSVP to individual events for reminders.
To view the event posters, please click here.