Last week was pretty hectic with the last event of our Moving Creatures season at the National Library of Scotland. And as we recover from these few weeks of screenings and lectures, and we get ready for the next steps in the project – which will include a series of podcasts and recordings from the events, plus a series of symposia next year – we would like to thank all those people who made this season possible once again.
Thank you to our guests Rachael Durkin, and Tara Thomson (Edinburgh Napier University), Véronique Desnain and Charlotte Bosseaux (University of Edinburgh), Ann Davies (University of Stirling), Sorcha Ní Fhlainn (Manchester Metropolitan University), Terence Sawyers (Queen Margaret University), and Benjamin Poore (University of York), for lending us their time and voices to explore the fascinating world of Frankenstein.
And thanks to The Cameo and the National Library of Scotland for hosting our events and givings us a platform to share our love for this novel with audiences from all around Edinburgh.
We leave you for now with a picture of the Q&A from last Tuesday’s event at the NLS (you can find the gallery for the event here).