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- Virginia Woolf and British modernism
- Fashion and literary modernity
- Literature and science
- Performance and performativity
- Contemporary theatre
- Gender in performance
Dr.art. in British Literature 1995. Professor of British Literature 2009.
Scenes of Infidelity: Feminism in the Theatre (Solum Press, 1997)
Woolf, Fashion and Literary Modernity (Edinburgh University Press, 2009; pb. 2011). See
Edited collections (with Margareth Hagen and Margery Vibe Skagen)
The Art of Discovery: Encounters in Literature and Science (Aarhus University Press, 2010). See
The Human and Its Limits (Spartacus, 2011; forthcoming)
Professor Koppen has published internationally on literature and science, contemporary drama and modernist fiction. International publications include articles in Modern Drama (35, 1992) and New Literary History (28.4, 1997 and 32.2, 2001), as well as contributions to Woolf and the Art of Exploration and Woolfian Boundaries, Selected Papers of the Annual International Woolf Conferences in 2005 and 2006 (Clement University Press). Current projects are within Victorian fiction, addressing the role of emotion in the industrial novel (Dickens and Gaskell) and the human/machine interface (Samuel Butler).