Beverley Clack is Professor in the Philosophy of Religion at Oxford Brookes University. Her research is particularly concerned with exploring the way in which feminist and psychoanalytic theories can inform the approach and content of a humanist approach to the philosophical study of religion. Her publications include Feminist Philosophy of Religion: Critical Readings, co-edited with Pamela Sue Anderson (2004); Sex and Death: A Reappraisal of Human Mortality (2002); Misogyny in the Western Philosophical Tradition (1999); and The Philosophy of Religion, co-authored with Brian R. Clack in 1998 (a fully revised second edition of this book was published in 2008). She holds a BA in Theology from Westminster College Oxford, and a PhD in the History and Philosophy of Religion from King’s College London. In 2006 she completed an MSc in Theoretical Psychoanalytic Studies at University College London, and is currently working on two books in the area of psychoanalysis and the philosophy of religion.
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