Pittsburgh Bicentennial Frankenstein Project
Welcome to our GitHub Page! We are working on preparing a new digital edition of the novel Frankenstein in its first three editions in time for the bicentennial of its first publication in 1818, and collating it with MITH’s Shelley-Godwin Archive edition of Frankenstein’s manuscript notebooks.
Ready for reading:
Pitt-Greensburg classroom edition (a copy of the same) for use in annotation assignments.
About Frankenstein and our variorum project:
Frankenstein and Text Genetics: an introduction to the novel and its contexts, and our project’s connection with the Shelley-Godwin Archive
a slide presentation by Elisa Beshero-Bondar and Raffaele Viglianti for the 2017 NASSR Conference on 11 August 2017: http://bit.ly/NASSR_BicFrank
Balisage Proceedings for the Symposium on Up-Conversion and Up-Translation (31 July 2017): Rebuilding a digital Frankenstein by 2018: Towards a theory of losses and gains in up-translation
More resources, including editions of the 1823 and 1831 versions of the novel, will become available here as our project develops.