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  • 15 Jun 2018
    Frankenstein - Painted by John Coleman Burroughs
    Jim Kozubek

    The Year Without A Summer

    Jim Kozubek, author of "Modern Prometheus: Editing the Human Genome with Crispr-Cas9" talks about the infamous Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

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  • 8 Mar 2017
    Devoney Looser

    International Women’s Day: spotlight on women’s writing in the Romantic period

    To celebrate International Women's Day from the 6th - 10th March 2017 we will be sharing brand new blog content from our authors which explore the themes of 'IWD 2017' and continue the discussion on feminism and women today and through the ages. In this blog post Devoney Looser, editor of The Cambridge Companion to Women's Writing in the Romantic Period, explores the expansion of professional women writers during the Romantic period.

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  • 21 Sep 2016
    Andrew Smith

    Some thoughts on assembling a creature: editing The Cambridge Companion to Frankenstein.

    Assembling The Cambridge Companion to Frankenstein raised some interesting questions at the developmental stage about the type of coverage that students would find helpful. Frankenstein is a novel that is taught in a variety of contexts and courses, including modules on Romanticism, the Gothic, science fiction and gender studies, amongst many others.  It is also […]

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