Events

Previous events

Oct30

Student Showcase and Poster Session

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Wentworth Institute of Technology (Watson Auditorium)

4-7:30 PM, Watson Auditorium, Wentworth Institute of Technology Judging will take place between 5-6pm

Art, Science, Engineering, Design, Creative Writing: Student work from across the Colleges of the Fenway will be displayed in a multi-media, multi-disciplinary exhibition. Drop by! Prizes will be raffled!

Oct29

Keynote Address by Charlotte Gordon: “Frankenstein's Grandmother: Mary Wollstonecraft, Mary Shelley, and the Writing of Frankenstein”

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Wentworth Institute of Technology, Watson Auditorium, 550 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115

6:00 - 7:00 PM

Doors open for refreshments at 5:40

Keynote Address by Charlotte Gordon: “Frankenstein's Grandmother: Mary Wollstonecraft, Mary Shelley, and the Writing of Frankenstein”

We welcome this award-winning biographer, author of Romantic Outlaws: The Extraordinary Lives of Mary Wollstonecraft and Mary Shelley. This special event is generously supported by the Wentworth Department of Humanities and Social Sciences and the Office of the Provost. See more at http://charlottegordonbooks.com/

Oct25

Faculty Panel at Wentworth

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Wentworth Institute of Technology, Beatty Hall, Room 426, 550 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115

https://fenwayfrankensteinfestival2018.org/faculty-panel

A lively, multidisciplinary exploration of Frankenstein from WIT Professors Paul Firenze, Allison Lange, Jody Gordon, and Monica Soare. Ancient myth, visual culture and women's rights, contemporary bioethical dilemmas, and female fandom: this panel enacts the richness and relevance of Shelley's novel.

Oct25

Faculty Presentation at Simmons

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Simmons University (Main Campus Building, 1st Floor), 300 The Fenway, Boston, MA 02115

Join Sidney Berger, distinguished scholar and rare book librarian, as he charts the course of Frankenstein’s creature through two hundred years of popular culture:

 "Frankenstein in the Public Imagination" 

How is that Shelley’s creature has become ripe for cartoons, costumes, and objects of daily use?  How has the horror of her original tale become pleasurable fare for children and adults?  Dr. Berger’s image-rich presentation will trace that fascinating evolution.

Oct24

Double feature of Frankenstein films

Emmanuel College

"It's alive!" Emmanuel College will host a double feature of iconic films, open to all the COF. Frankenstein, the iconic 1931 film directed by James Whale and starring Boris Karloff as the creature, will be followed by Mel Brooks's comedy Young Frankenstein, starring Gene Wilder.

Emmanuel College Library Lecture Hall Co-sponsored by the Emmanuel College Film Club & Photo Club Raffles for prizes!