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The Keats-Shelley Association of America invited us to take part in the international initiative Frankenreads to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the first publication of Mary Shelley’s novel, Frankenstein. A series of events was designed to all us to actively participate in the celebration: after the Franken-robots, Franken-book cover and Franken-IT workshops were organized, all inspired by Mary Shelley’s novel, were exhibited at the Frankenbition.
Interestingly, the focus of the event was a dramatic enactment of an imaginary interview with Mary Shelley on the success of her novel: Frankenstein 200 years after: a question of authorship. This dramatization in English was written and performed by students, adapted to reflect the 18th-century scene and costume. Finally, the event ended with the public reading of the novel.
A three-day event of 200 years of Frankenstein - re-invented by technology, organized at TCC was a complete success. In the total of 603 events worldwide, we were happy to partake such a huge international initiative with our creative approach to the celebration. At the same time, we helped spread the awareness of the first sci-fi novel and its contemporary implications. We were honoured to be the only institution from the Balkans that participated in the Frankenreads.
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While we usually demonstrate eco-friendly behaviour on a regular basis and think twice when choosing plastic over paper, we somehow repeatedly get infected by the shopping craze during the Christmas holidays, not thinking ‘green’. Wherever you set your foot in December, you can witness how Christmas is overburdening businesses, schools and households with an excess […]Continue reading
Many years ago, while I was still teaching at Grammar school in my hometown, I applied for a programme designed for shaping future leaders in education. Having been fully funded by the American government, the opportunity to stay at an American university for a month was super attractive for both teachers and students. Citizen education […]Continue reading
While the British Council calculates that English is only the third largest language in the world, it has emerged as the international language of business communication, particularly in certain industries such as travel, hospitality, engineering and construction, healthcare, and finance. English spread throughout the world as a result of British colonial rule and it became […]Continue reading
Lauren Beukes once said: “Traffic in Joburg is like the democratic process. Every time you think it’s going to get moving and take you somewhere, you hit another jam.” Joburg from the above quote might be Johannesburg – the largest city in South Africa and one of the 50 largest urban areas in the world. In fact, it is. At the same time, Joburg depicted as a wildly congested jungle of roads with steaming vehicles getting nowhere might be any city anywhere in the world at the beginning of 2020’s. Probably it is.Continue reading
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Animal Testing should not be Banned Each year about five million dogs, cats, rabbits, rats, monkeys, and other animals die in deadly dose tests which are performed in the U.S. The subject of animal testing is very open to question. In my opinion, animal testing should not be banned for a number of reasons. The […]Continue reading
Necessity of Technological and Scientific Advancement Moving towards the 21st century, technological advancement has become a focus of today’s society. Technology has entered the lives of even the poorest members of society, and it is very rare to find anyone who does not have some form of modern technology such as a TV or a […]Continue reading
When you have an opinion and try to convince your listener or reader to accept your opinion, you are agreeing with or disagreeing with something. For example: In an everyday situation, you may try to convince a friend to go somewhere or in a composition or speech class, the instructor may make an assignment in […]Continue reading
Definition of Types of Essay An essay is a short academic composition. The word “essay” is derived from a French word “essai” or “essayer,” which mean “trail.” In composition, however, an essay is a piece of non-fiction writing that talks or discusses a specific topic. Presently, essay is part of every degree program. Effectively writing different types of […]Continue reading
Up until the past 15 years or so, television series were firmly episodic. Serialized TV (outside of mini-series) risked alienating viewers since it stopped anyone from coming in mid-season. However, with the rise of DVDs, OnDemand, and digital downloads, serialized TV series have become firmly established. Some shows still retain an episodic nature, but some […]Continue reading
Tom King wraps up “Knightmares,” his self-proclaimed “arc of one-shots” with this issue. Based on that description alone, I’d hoped that we would get some type of zinger or reveal that would make this feel like an actual arc, even if that arc is just a bridge. I mean, if it’s being touted as an […]Continue reading
Of the many superheroes that exist in American culture, I choose Superman, the Superman from the first major motion picture. Before I begin talking about what Superman represents though it is good to define what a superhero is. Any superhero worth his or her tights has certain characteristics. They must have super powers, and usually […]Continue reading
Star Wars is an American epic space opera franchise centered on a film series created by GeorgeLucas. It depicts the adventures of various characters “a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away”,following the main story of Anakin Skywalker and his son Luke.The first film in the series, Star Wars, was released on May 25, 1977 by […]Continue reading
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