This Hallowe’en BIRSt celebrates the very special anniversary of Frankenstein, authored by Mary Shelley 200 years ago. Recorded at the Frankenstein Unbound conference as part of the ongoing festivities around the Shelley Frankenstein Festival.
Join us to hear different perspectives on the monster that is Frankenstein and its legacy in cultural heritage, impact and practice; also find out about the panels own work and their favourite adaptations of the text. Held in the evocative location of St Peter’s Church Bournemouth, the place where author Mary Shelley, her mother and the very heart of her husband Percy are buried.
Presenter : Jo Tyler, Bournemouth University (BU) Panel L-R: Dr Tom Masters (BU), Amy Bride (University of Manchester), Jo Tyler, Dr. Brad Gyori* (BU), Professor Nick Groom (Exeter University)
Produced by Ben Greenland and Sam Hawkins for BIRSt.co.uk (c) 2018