For our final One State / One Story: Frankenstein post in our weekly blog series, Indiana Humanities staff reflect on the monstrous body of Frankenstein programming that happened in the past year.
Did you love thinking, reading and talking about Frankenstein this year? Here are eight books to read if you enjoyed Frankenstein.
Professor Jim Ansaldo of Indiana University shares connections between Frankenstein and disability studies, while reflecting on his time traveling as part of the Frankenstein speakers bureau.
Local middle-grade author Robert Kent reflects on the many ways the Hoosier state supports aspiring writers.
Dr. Cassandra Bausman, Assistant Professor of English at Trine University, reflects on her experiences traveling the Hoosier state to discuss the connections between Frankenstein and Jurassic Park.
As we consider Stan Lee's legacy, Frankenstein Program Manager Megan Telligman reflects on the life of Frankenstein's monster in the Marvel Comics universe.
Poet Adam Henze performed four poems inspired by Mary Shelley and her monster in honor of Frankenstein's 200th anniversary.
Is a relationship a right? Dr. Caroline Breashears reflects on creature's demand for Frankenstein to make him a mate.