Hrvoje Tutek studied English, Croatian, and Comparative Literature at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb and Duke University. From 2012 to 2015 he was a doctoral researcher in the German Research Foundation research project Globalization and Literature. Representations, Transformations, Interventions at the University of Munich, where he is currently finishing his dissertation. He is also a member of the research project team in the Croatian Research Foundation project Cultural History of Capitalism: Britain, America, Croatia. He is employed as Lecturer in the English Department of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Zagreb.
Materialist theory of culture, historiography and sociology of cultural forms, modes of literary representation of the world-system, cultural production in the United States in the 20th and 21st century and post-socialist transition in former Yugoslavia.
Introduction to the Study of English Literature 1
Introduction to the Study of English Literature 2
American Postmodernism and Popular Culture
– Gupta, Suman, Jernej Habjan and Hrvoje Tutek, eds. Academic Labour, Unemployment and Global Higher Education: Neoliberal Policies of Funding and Management. London: Palgrave Macmillan. 2016.
Articles and book chapters:
– “Formalistička estetika i nacionalni identitet: prilog materijalističkoj analizi hrvatske humanistike u tranziciji”. Inačice materijalizma: zbornik radova. Eds. Borislav Mikulić and Mislav Žitko. Zagreb: Filozofski fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu. Forthcoming in 2017.
– “The Institutional Framework of Post-Socialist Literary Production: Literature as Creative Writing”. The Errant Labor of the Humanities: The Festschrift Presented to Stipe Grgas on the Occasion of His 65th Birthday. Eds. Jelena Šesnić, Borislav Knežević, Sven Cvek, Hrvoje Tutek. Zagreb: FF Press. Forthcoming in 2017.
– “Dwelling in the Apocalypse: Capitalist Modernity, Antimodernism, Zombies”. Journal for French and Francophone Philosophy. Special Issue Dwelling in a Global Age. Forthcoming in 2017.
– “Academics as Workers: From Career Management to Class Analysis and Collective Action”. Academic Labour, Unemployment and Global Higher Education: Neoliberal Policies of Funding and Management. Eds. Suman Gupta, Jernej Habjan and Hrvoje Tutek. London: Palgrave Macmillan. 2016.
– “The Form of Resistance: Literary Narration and Contemporary Radical Political Experience”. Globalizing Literary Genres: Literature, History, Modernity. Eds. Jernej Habjan and Fabienne Imlinger. New York: Routledge. 2016.
– “Novel, Utopia, Nation: A History of Interdependence”. Canadian Review of Comparative Literature. Special Issue Novel beyond Nation, 42.4 (2015).