PATRICIA PICCININI – DISCUSSION: SHELLEY’S LEGACY
1.00PM Sat 19 May 2018
GOMA | Cinema B | Book Now
In partnership with the UQ Centre for the History of Emotions and as part of the Frankenstein Bicentenary celebrations, speakers consider the legacy of Mary Shelley's masterwork and the 'monster' in literature, art, and popular culture, revealing how art and literature help us to explore our fascination with scientific intervention and nature.
- Professor Moira Gatens, Challis Professor of Philosophy, University of Sydney
- Dr Lisa O'Connell, Senior Lecturer, School of Communication and Arts, University of Queensland
- Dr Karin Sellberg, Lecturer in Humanities, School of Historical and Philosophical Inquiry, The University of Queensland
- Associate Professor Elizabeth Stephens, ARC Future Fellow (2017-2021), Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, The University of Queensland
- Dr Jennifer Clement, Senior Lecturer, School of Communication and Arts, The University of Queensland
- Patricia Piccinini, artist
This program follows on from a lecture by Professor Moira Gatens, Challis Professor of Philosophy, University of Sydney, at 10.30am on Saturday 19 May in Cinema A, GOMA. Free | No bookings required.