The Podcast for Social Research, Ep. 25.5, Shortcast: Bicentennial Frankenstein

In our first Podcast for Social Research Shortcast, BISR’s Rebecca Ariel Porte, Raphaele Chappe, Mark DeLucas, Suzanne Schneider, and Ajay Singh Chaudhary watch the trailer for the movie Mary Shelley and consider the life of Mary Shelley, the Romantic intellectual milieu, and filmic representations of genius. Are intellectual bio-pics always undone by self-seriousness? Is campiness the key to representing genius and creativity?

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Shortcast: Bicentennial Frankenstein
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