ENES 3430 - Ethics of Genetic Engineering: A Multidisciplinary Approach Course uri icon



  • Investigates the metaphorical, ideological and scientific constructs that inform debates over the genetic modification of humans, animals and plants. Begins with a close reading of Shelley's Frankenstein, proceeds to a consideration of philosophical arguments for and against human modification and concludes with a consideration of the scientific and political contexts that inform the regulation of genetically modified foods. Formerly HUEN 3430.


  • Wilkerson, Donald H  
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2021 / Spring 2022 / Spring 2023 / Spring 2024