Nick Huber
Teaching Assistant

Nicholas is a PhD Candidate in Literature. His dissertation, Feedback Exhaust , integrates formalist analyses with historicist methods to explore financialized money as a political economic system of narrative. By bringing conventional economic theory into conversation with three contemporary novels that narrate and complicate monetary concepts--Tom McCarthy's Remainder , K.D.'s Headless , and Darin Bradley's Chimpanzee--Feedback Exhaust intervenes in a growing body of scholarship at the intersection of literary criticism and economics. Nicholas has taught classes on contemporary fiction, utopian/dystopian studies, fiction and finance, automation, and bank robbery. His work has recently appeared in a special collection for the Open Library of the Humanities and is forthcoming at Novel: A Forum on Fiction and Theory & Event .

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