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Durham University

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Dr Michael Mack, Ph.D. Cambridge University

Associate Professor in the Department of English Studies
Telephone: +44 (0) 191 33 46224
Room number: ER 256

(email at michael.mack@durham.ac.uk)

Research Interests

  • Science and Literature; Philosophy and Literature; mind-body problem; Modern Jewish Writing and Thought; Comparative Literature, American Literature

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Selected Publications

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Media Contacts

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  • Europe: Language, literature & culture:
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  • Art:
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  • Visual culture:
  • Memory and brain function:
  • Neuroscience: Science, Philosophy and Literature Economics and Literature Anthropology and Literature Psychoanalysis and Literature
  • Philosophy: Science, Philosophy and Literature Economics and Literature Anthropology and Literature Psychoanalysis and Literature
  • Religion: Science, Philosophy and Literature Economics and Literature Anthropology and Literature Psychoanalysis and Literature
  • Modern History: Europe: Science, Philosophy and Literature Economics and Literature Anthropology and Literature Psychoanalysis and Literature
  • Art: Science, Philosophy and Literature Economics and Literature Anthropology and Literature Psychoanalysis and Literature
  • English Literature & Drama: Science, Philosophy and Literature Economics and Literature Anthropology and Literature Psychoanalysis and Literature
  • Foreign Literature & Language: Science, Philosophy and Literature Economics and Literature Anthropology and Literature Psychoanalysis and Literature
  • Visual culture: Science, Philosophy and Literature Economics and Literature Anthropology and Literature Psychoanalysis and Literature

Selected Grants

  • 2012: Leverhulme Trust Research Fellowship: "Science and the Ethics of Literature"