The Separate Spheres of Women and Science
Annie Hays, Barbara Huizar, Crista Johnson, Steven Le, and Samantha Tate
Through the 19th century ideology of separate spheres, Frankenstein shows how the exclusion of women from science is detrimental to science and destructive to society.
FrankenSTEM? Technology Ethics in Silicon Valley: Student Poster Session Program
San Jose State University, Department of English and Comparative Literature
Program of student posters presented as part of “Deep Humanities,” One-Day Symposium: FrankenSTEM? Technology Ethics in Silicon Valley, organized by Dr. Revathi Krishnaswamy & Dr. Katherine D. Harris, Department of English and Comparative Literature, San Jose State University on May 1, 2018, 10-4pm, Room 225, King Library, San Jose State University.
Science vs Nature: Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
Jamie Jara, Ellie Siegel, Malorie Allen, Stevey Beall, and Juan Miguel Adea
The way science overpowers nature is especially relevant to the prioritization and advancement of science and technology in the Silicon Valley.
Dehumanizing the Human Body
How does death affect the way in which the human body ceases to represent humanity?
Will Artificial Intelligence Have Free-Will?
Will Artificial Intelligence have free will the way the Creature did?
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