Mari Ruti is professor of Critical Theory at the University of Toronto in Toronto, Canada known for her work on love. Ruti got her B.A. from Brown University and her M.A. from Harvard University. She studied psychoanalytic theory with Julia Kristeva at University of Paris. and received her Ph.D. at Harvard University, where she then for four years served as Assistant Director of the program for the Study of Women, Gender, and Sexuality. At present she is the Associate Professor of Critical Theory at the University of Toronto and serves as a columnist at Psychology Today.

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  • Mari Ruti is professor of Critical Theory at the University of Toronto in Toronto, Canada known for her work on love. Ruti got her B.A. from Brown University and her M.A. from Harvard University. She studied psychoanalytic theory with Julia Kristeva at University of Paris. and received her Ph.D. at Harvard University, where she then for four years served as Assistant Director of the program for the Study of Women, Gender, and Sexuality. At present she is the Associate Professor of Critical Theory at the University of Toronto and serves as a columnist at Psychology Today. Apart from a number of academic works, Ruti has written several books for the general audience including The Case for Falling in Love, The Summons of Love and The Age of Scientific Sexism. (en)
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  • Mari Ruti is professor of Critical Theory at the University of Toronto in Toronto, Canada known for her work on love. Ruti got her B.A. from Brown University and her M.A. from Harvard University. She studied psychoanalytic theory with Julia Kristeva at University of Paris. and received her Ph.D. at Harvard University, where she then for four years served as Assistant Director of the program for the Study of Women, Gender, and Sexuality. At present she is the Associate Professor of Critical Theory at the University of Toronto and serves as a columnist at Psychology Today. (en)
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