Teachers Talking

March 28, 2017

TimeMarch 28, 2017
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This fall's Reading in Common selection is Mary Shelley's Frankenstein.Written by 20-year-old Shelley in 1817 (exactly 200 years ago), the novel attests to the timeless significance of the question framing this year's Nobel Conference: How far do we go when it comes to reproductive technology?Join us for lunch at 11:30 or 12:30 to discuss the book and brainstorm ways of incorporating Frankenstein into your fall FTS and other courses.

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PostedApr 17, 2019
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