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Deanna Koretsky Gives Keynote Lecture Commemorating Bicentennial of 'Frankenstein'

April 2018

Deanna Koretsky
Deanna Koretsky, Ph.D., assistant professor of English, gave the keynote lecture, entitled "Technologies of Race from Frankenstein to Get Out," at Duke University's Science and Society Huang Fellows Symposium commemorating the bicentennial of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein.

She also participated in a panel discussion on "Frankenfilms," a public event co-sponsored by Science Communicators of North Carolina and the North Carolina Film Festival, and was a guest on WUNC's The State of Things, "‘It’s (Still) Alive!’ Why Frankenstein Is Relevant 200 Years Later."

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