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Marie Huber

Marie Huber

Marie Huber

Iranian Studies Faculty
Assistant Professor, Division of Literatures, Cultures, and Languages

Marie Huber is Assistant Professor of Persian and Comparative Literature. Her research focuses on 20th century poetry and poetics, the struggle for modernity in Persian literature, art and music, mystical discourses and heterodoxies in the Persian and Ottoman traditions, intersections of literature with philosophy and ethics, and hermeneutic practices of reading. She received her PhD in Comparative Literature from Harvard University in 2013. Her first book entitled Memories of an Impossible Future: Mehdi Akhavān Ṯāleṯ and the Poetics of Time was recently published.