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Frankenstein

Professor Ed Finn


AGATHA HAINES

Agi Haines: A Selection of Projects

Haines, Agatha. "Circumventive Organs: Installation, 2013." Science Gallery, Trinity College Dublin.
See the "Artist's Statement" within which Haines discusses Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

Stinson, Liz. "Imagine If a Designer Could Make you a Custom, Frankenstein Heart." Aug. 1, 2013. Wired.com.
This article looks at a recent project called "Circumventive Organs" by Agatha Haines, a design student at Royal College of Art in London.


SHELLEY JACKSON

Patchwork Girl (hypertext)
Published in 1995 by Eastgate, Jackson's Patchwork Girl is based on Shelley's Frankenstein and L. Frank Baum's The Patchwork Girl of Oz.

Patchwork Girl (Electronic Literature Organization)

Patchwork Girl (ELMCIP)
See bottom of page for access to a five-minute video of Jackson reading from Patchwork Girl.


Bibliography

Burkett, Andrew. "Mediating Monstrosity: Media, Information, and Mary Shelley's Frankenstein." Studies in Romanticism, 51.4(2012): pp. 579-605. Web. Art Full Text.
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Latimer, Heather. "Reproductive Technologies, Fetal Icons, and Genetic Freaks: Shlley Jackson's Patchwork Girl and the Limits and Possibilities of Donna Haraway's Cyborg." MFS Modern Fiction Studies, 57.2(2011): pp. 318-335. Web. Project Muse.
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Sánchez-Palencia Carazo, Carolina and Manuel Almagro Jiménez. "Gathering the Limbs of the Text in Shelley Jackson's Patchwork Girl." Atlantis, 28.1(2006): pp. 115-129. Web. JSTOR.
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Shackelford, Laura. "Subject To Change: The Monstrosity Of Media In Shelley Jackson's Patchwork Girl; Or, A Modern Monster And Other Posthumanist Critiques Of The Instrumental." Camera Obscura, 21.63(2006): pp. 62-101. Web. Academic Search Premier.
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Professor Dave Guston



Bibliography


Bloom, Harold. "An Excerpt from a Study of Frankenstein, or the New Prometheus." Partisan Review, 32(1965): pp. 611-618. Web. Literature Resource Center.
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Brooks, Peter. "Godlike Science/Unallowed Arts: Language and Monstrosity in Frankenstein." New Literary History, 9.3(1978): pp. 591-605. Web. JSTOR.
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Geraci, Robert M. "There and Back Again: Transhumanist Evangelism in Science Fiction and Popular Science." Implicit Religion, 14.2(2011): pp. 141-172. Web. ATLA Religion Database with ATLASerials.
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Gigante, Denise. "Facing the Ugly: The Case of Frankenstein." ELH, 67.2(2000): pp. 565-587. Web. JSTOR.
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Heffernen, James A.W. "Looking at the Monster: 'Frankenstein' and Film." Critical Inquiry, 24.1(1997): pp. 133-158. Web. JSTOR.
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London, Bette. "Mary Shelley, Frankenstein, and the Spectacle of Masculinity." PMLA, 108.2(1993): pp. 253-267. Web. JSTOR.
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Mulkay, Michael. "Frankenstein and the Debate over Embryo Research." Science, Technology, & Human Values, 21.2(1996): pp. 157-176. Web. JSTOR.
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Sherwin, Paul. "Frankenstein: Creation as Catastrophe." PMLA, 96.5(1981): pp. 883-903. Web. JSTOR.
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