Frankenstein Fest Celebrated Shelley's Master Work
October 25, 2018
Leonard Delosh, Department of Management chair at Wentworth, reads as part of the Frankenstein marathon read event. (Photos by Samuel Kim)
Faculty, students, and staff took turns reading from Mary Shelley’s classic Frankenstein on Oct. 24 in the WIRE radio studio.
Events included a keynote address from author Charlotte Gordon, a “Frankenbash,” gallery displays, faculty panels, and more.
First-year writing professor Monica Soare of Wentworth discussed the role of Frankenstein in the female gothic fandom movement.
Wentworth students in a digital photography course displayed photos that examined contrasting themes of beauty and supernatural extremes in the Casella Gallery as part of the "Frank(ly) Sublime" exhibit.
- May 16, 2019—Allison Lange, a leading expert on the suffrage movement and the amendment, has been curating with the help of Wentworth students an exhibition titled, “Can She Do It? Massachusetts Debates a Woman’s Right to Vote” at the Massachusetts Historical Society.
- May 16, 2019—The announcement signals a new official varsity sport for the university.
- May 6, 2019—On May 10 and 11, a team of 12 Wentworth faculty, staff, and students will run 200 miles in Massachusetts from Hull to South Yarmouth over the course of 24 hours.