In the first of our Kickstarter stretch reward academic discussions of Frakenstein, Derek Newman-Stille interviews Ashley Caranto Morford from the University of Toronto about a decolonizing perspective on Frankenstein. Morford applies a queer decolonizing lens to the study of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein and its antecedents. Morford also runs the Digital Humanities project Frankenstein’s Creature: Troubling Understandings of the Other.
Click below to explore Ashley Caranto Morford’s discussion. Make certain to allow time for the video to load.