Joshua Gang

Joshua Gang

Assistant Professor
Dept of English
Research Expertise and Interest
20th- and 21st-century British literature, literature and the sciences of mind, literature and the history of philosophy (especially mind and language), modernism, contemporary literature, literary history, literary theory and criticism
Research Description

Joshua Gang received his PhD from Rutgers in 2012 and joined UC Berkeley's English department in 2015. His research interests include: 20th- and 21st-century British literature, fiction and drama in particular; literature and philosophy--especially philosophy of mind, language, and moral philosophy; the history of the novel; literary history; and the history of criticism. His research has appeared in journals such as ELH, PMLA, and NOVEL: A Forum on Fiction.

His book Behaviorism, Consciousness, and the Literary Mind is forthcoming from Johns Hopkins University Press as part of the Hopkins Studies in Modernism series. 

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