Mary Gluck is an intellectual-cultural historian of nineteenth- and twentieth-century Europe, with special expertise in Central Europe and France. She has published extensively on Georg Lukacs, modernism, and avant-garde culture and the Jewish Question. Her latest book focuses on Popular Bohemia: Modernism and Urban Culture in Nineteenth-Century Paris. Currently, she is working on Jewish humor and assimilation in fin-de-siecle Budapest and on bohemias in a global perspective.

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For Mary Gluck, the past academic year has been one of transitions, which saw the final completion of her book on Popular Bohemia: Modernism and Urban Culture in Nineteenth-Century Paris (forthcoming with Harvard University Press in the fall) and her promotion to full professor. She has also begun working full time on a new book on Jewish urban culture in Budapest, which will continue many of the themes of the Paris book in the context of East-Central Europe. Within the department, she chaired the Academic Priorities Committee and helped bring to fruition an ambitious new vision for the future of the department that projects considerable faculty enlargement in the next few years.

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Professor of History
History, Comparative Literature
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