“Frankenstein, the Homunculus, and the Long History of Artificial Life”
The Curren(t)cy of Frankenstein is a three-day forum (September 28-30) celebrating the novel’s 200th anniversary by contemplating its bearing today in medical research, practice and ethics.
Each day begins with a scene from Nick Dear’s play, “Frankenstein,” and ends with a panel discussion on Frankenstein’s relevance to medical practice today.
Sponsored by WashU Center for History of Medicine and School of Medicine.
Space is limited! RSVPs required
Pre-event reception starts at 6:30 p.m.
For inquiries contact Rebecca Messbarger.