Humans have imagined making artificial versions of themselves, from monsters to robots to AI, for thousands of years. Studying written and film examples of these creations helps us understand shared human concerns ranging from the nature of the divine to the desires of the flesh; from the power of the artist to the responsibilities of the parent. Join us as we explore those we make in our own image, out of whatever materials we can find: from clay to flesh to silicon–and beyond.
- ENGL 235, Film and Literature
- Spring 2018
- CRN: 31090
- Rockville campus.
- Wed. 1:00 to 3:40 p.m.
- Prerequisite: ENGL 101/A
- Questions? Contact Prof. firstname.lastname@example.org