Michael M. Morton

Michael M. Morton

Research Professor Emeritus in the Department of Germanic Languages and Literature

External Address: 
116E Old Chemistry, Durham, NC 27708
Internal Office Address: 
Box 90256, Durham, NC 27708-0256
(919) 660-3169

Education & Training

  • Ph.D., University of Virginia 1981

  • M.A., Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1977

  • B.A., Stanford University 1971

Morton, MM. "Vom Nutzen und Nachteil des Mitleids: Eine Anthologie." Ed. U Kronauer. Lessing Yearbook 25 (1993): 280-81.

Morton, MM. "The Infinity of Finitude: Criticism, History, and Herder"." Herder Yearbook 1 (1992): 23-58. (Academic Article)

Härter, A, and Morton MM, . "Der Anstand des Schweigens: Bedingungen des Redens in Hofmannsthals "Brief"." Germanic Review 67 (1992): 89-90. (Review)

Morton, MM. "Faust through Four Centuries: Retrospect and Analysis/Vierhundert Jahre Faust: Rückblick und Analyse." Ed. P Boerner and S Johnson. German Studies Review 15 (1992): 370-71. (Review)

Mahoney, DF, and Morton MM, . "Der Roman der Goethezeit (1774-1829)." Goethe Yearbook 6 (1992): 267-71. (Review)

Brown, RH, and Morton MM, . "Nature’s Hidden Terror: Violent Nature Imagery in Eighteenth-Century Germany." German Studies Review 15 (1992): 582-83. (Review)

Morton, MM. "Reading Nietzsche." Ed. RC Solomon and KM Higgins. German Studies Review 14 (1991): 404-05. (Review)

Morton, MM. "Verum est factum: Critical Realism and the Discourse of Autonomy." German Quarterly 64 (1991): 149-65. (Academic Article)

Markworth, T, and Morton MM, . "Johann Gottfried Herder: A Bibliographical Survey, 1977-1987." Lessing Yearbook 23 (1991): 227-28.

Morton, MM. "Eighteenth-Century German Authors and Their Aesthetic Theories: Literature and the Other Arts." Ed. R Critchfield and W Koepke. Lessing Yearbook 21 (1989): 281-83. (Review)