b. 1993, Venice
Lives and works in Manchester, UK
Michael D'Este is a writer, researcher and postgraduate student of Modern and Contemporary Literature at the University of Manchester.
My work is primarily focused on the history of ideas and their dissemination, integrating research into various fields—including philosophy, cultural theory, media studies, art theory and aesthetics, literary criticism, and the historiography of science—as part of an interdisciplinary approach which attempts to address the way that certain assumptions and modes of enquiry condition and limit behaviour, rationality and production, and, consequently, the ways in which groups adhering to contrary worldviews interact with other one another.
If you require any more information or would just like to say hello, feel free to contact me on the above e-mail address. I am particularly open to collaborative writing and research projects; if you feel that our approaches and interests happen to coincide, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
M.A. Modern and Contemporary Literature, University of Manchester, 2018 – ongoing
B.A. (Hons) Philosophy, University of Central Lancashire 2014 – 2018