Mary Shelley - A Living History
Featuring Frankenstein Author Mary Shelley
On Saturday, February 3 at 6PM PCCM engaged the public to learn more about Mary Shelley, author of the novel Frankenstein, and celebrate the 200 Anniversary of its publication. The show was followed by a Q&A with Mary Shelley and the author/presenter. Over 200 attendees learned how a young lady of eighteen came to think and created the first science fiction novel in history in 1818. But when does society have the right to step in? They were able to discuss with her about the ethics and responsibility of science and technology, among the many other questions they had for her.
Parental Guidance: 12 and over. Some material may be inappropriate for children under 12. Parents are urged to be cautious. Some material may be inappropriate for pre-teenagers.
Date: Saturday, February 3, 2018 - PAST EVENT
Location: Maeder Hall Auditorium in Andlinger Center (Princeton University)
- Registration Required
- Free & Open to the Public
- Recommended for Ages 12 & Up
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- The Maeder Hall Auditorium is located on campus on the corner of Olden Street and Prospect Avenue, in the Andlinger Center For Energy And Environment. The auditorium is on the garden level.
About the actress: Storysmith® Susan Marie Frontczak brings history and literature to life, creates stories from thin air, and hones personal experience into tales worth telling again and again. She lives up to her moto, "Give me a place to stand, and I will take you somewhere else."
This program was brought to you by the Princeton Center for Complex Materials as part of our Super Stars of Materials Science Weekend, co-sponsored with the Princeton University Council on Science and Technology.