Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Jillian Romack, a Junior at Southwest Christian School, will be presenting her paper “The Mutability of Victor Frankenstein” at the 2017 Frankenstein Colloquium

Jillian Romack, Class of 2018
Jillian Romack is a junior at Southwest Christian School. She is a NASA High School Aerospace Scholar and President of her school’s troupe of the International Thespian Society. She is involved in SCS’s theatrical productions as a Stage Manager and Lighting Designer. Jill runs tech for her school’s Praise Band and is a member of the National Honor Society. She fell in love with Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein when she was in middle school, and is excited to be participating in the colloquium. Her paper, “The Mutability of Victor Frankenstein,” explores Shelley’s characters, the fleeting nature of humanity, and the narrative of Dr. Frankenstein through an analysis of Percy Shelley’s 1816 poem, “Mutability.”

Jillian will be reading her paper “The Mutability of Victor Frankenstein” during the 2nd block in Session F, titled “The Question of Human Nature.” Her presentation will take place in the Choir Room at 10:30am.

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