Ruzbeh Babaee is a postdoctoral fellow at the Faculty of Letters at the University of Porto, where he researches on a project entitled "Postapocalypse in the Anthropocene: Climate Change Criticism in Selected Dystopian Fiction". He is also involved in some Digital Humanties projects at the faculty of Letters, UP. He holds a PhD of English Literature with a thesis entitled "Variation on Dystopian Control Systems is selected fiction of Aldoux Huxley, Kurt Vonnegut and Don DeLillo".
Before joining the University of Porto, Ruzbeh Babaee was a senior lecturer at the Faculty of Modern Languages and Communication at University Putra Malaysia, where he taught courses such as' Literary Criticism ',' Postnuclear Fiction ',' An Introduction to the History Of English Literature' and 'Literature, Film and Media', and supervised undergraduate and postgraduate students, and was a memeber of the committee in charge of modifying and revising 'World Literature' curriculum. He was a visiting fellow at the Verije Universiteit Brussels, Belgium. He has been a lecturer at Ludus College in Brussels, Belgium. He had also taught in several universities in Iran.
Furthermore, Ruzbeh Babaee is the Chief Editor of International Journal of Comparative Literature and Translation Studies.
He has recently launched 'My Utopia' that is a creative writing project with the aim to demonstrate that utopian thinking is beyond any gender, race, age, color, nationality and border limitations. 'My Utopia' is seeking short fiction, non-fiction, personal essay, poetry and works residing across / between utopia.