Fatih Altuğ earned his PhD from Boğaziçi University. His work focuses mostly on representations of subjectivity, agency and gender in modern Ottoman-Turkish literature. His current research explores the literary networks of women writers in the late Ottoman period. He recently published Kapalı İktisat Açık Metin (2018). He co-edited Tanzimat ve Edebiyat:Osmanlı İstanbulu’nda Modern Edebi Kültür (2014) with Mehmet Fatih Uslu. His articles on writers such as Namık Kemal, Fuad Köprülü, Sevgi Soysal, Leylâ Erbil, Sevim Burak, Orhan Pamuk and Onat Kutlar appeared in journals and essay collections in Turkey. He worked at Istanbul Şehir University, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, and Koç University. He is an associate professor of Modern Turkish Literature.