Event Archives

presumption casetMarch 15, 2018, 3-4:15pm – Stage Reading of an excerpt from Presumption (1823) organized by SJSU English 10 Students, Clark Hall, Room 111 – also on Instagram Live story @Frank200Yrs

Presumption is the play that revised the novel to have an “It’s Alive!” scene and inserted the lab assistant character, Igor! Stop by to watch the scene reading and talk about the start of this novel’s cultural legacy for the last 200 years. For a taste of a professionally-acted scene from the play, check out Doll Piccotto’s 2011 sceneImage from NYPL Exhibit “Frankenstein: The Afterlife of Shelley’s Circle

Frankenstein @ 200 Film Series – Lo And Behold

Documentary Film Screening with Panel Discussion
Thursday, March 8, 2018 @ 7 pm
Stanford School of Medicine Li Ka Shing Learning and Knowledge Center LKSC 120

This event is free and open to the public. 

Frankenstein Marathon Reading at The Cathedral of Saint Mary, sponsored by Books, Inc.

Saturday, March 10, 2018 – 11:00am-5pm

Event address:
Cathedral of St. Mary of the Assumption – Parish Hall
1111 Gough Street, San Francisco, CA
Space is limited. To sign up as a reader, please contact Jolie Velazquez at joliearabella@gmail.com. You may reserve a chapter, or part of a chapter to read in advance.

February 21, 7pm, SJSU IR4 “Energy Requirements and Challenges for IoT Autonomous Intelligence at the Edge

SJSU’s Diaz Compean Student Union Theater – Register here

San Jose State Invites you to a panel discussion. Join Jim Hogan, SJSU alum and semiconductor leader, in moderating the discussion on energy requirements and challenges in technology. (Read Guadalupe Rodriguez’s Review)

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Vitor Luiz in Scarlett’s Frankenstein. (© Erik Tomasson)

“Frankenstein at the Ballet: Mary Shelley and Her ‘Hideous Progeny,'” Professor Ellen Peel, Department of Comparative and World Literature and the Department of English, San Francisco State University,

February 28, 2018, 2-4pm, Student Union, Meeting Room 4B, San Jose State University (Poster pdf) — More Information on the talk ; read the Dean’s opening remarks; see the digital footprint (Twitter, Instagram, lecture video)