Dana Mack

Dana Mack is a senior fellow at the Center for Education Studies and an affiliate scholar with the Institute for American Values. She has written on cultural and historical topics for many publications, among them: The Los Angeles Times, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, The New Criterion, The Christian Science Monitor, Commentary, and City Journal. Trained as a classical pianist, she was educated in music at the University of California at Berkeley and received a master's degree in European history from Columbia University. She is the author of The Assault on Parenthood: How Our Culture Undermines the Family, and the editor, along with David Blankenhorn, of The Book of Marriage: The Wisest Answers to the Toughest Questions.


Volume 28

Guests on Volume 28: Gregory Wolfe, on Malcolm Muggeridge; Dana Mack, on how our culture makes raising kids difficult; James L. Nolan, on why therapeutic ideas are showing up in laws and in courts; Thomas H. Naylor, on the Babelesque dangers of giantism; Daniel Ritchie, on the political wisdom of Edmund Burke; Edward Tenner, on how machines get their revenge; and Richard Noll, on Carl Jung as The Aryan Christ.