Marina LOPS Curriculum

Marina Lops is lecturer in English Literature. She got a degree in Foreign Languages and Literatures (Istituto Universitario Orientale, Naples) in 1987 and in 1995 she got a Master Degree in English Literature (Univerisity of Warwick, U.K.).
From 1994 to 2004 she was teacher of English language and Culture in Italian Secondary School and from 2000 to 2004 she was "assegnista di ricerca" (research assistant) at the University of Salerno.
Her main fields of research are late-victorian fiction, modernism, and gender studies. Her publications include articles on Katherine Mansfield, Virginia Woolf and Conrad's fiction and autobiographical writing. She has edited and translated a collection of essays by Dora Marsden (The Freewoman/La donnalibera, Naples, Liguori, 2003) and Arthur Symons's travelogue London: A Book of Aspect/Londra: un libro di immagini, Naples, Liguori,2007.
More recently she has focused her interests on the short story, in this context she has co-edited with Maria Teresa Chialant the volume Time and the Short Story (Bern, Peter Lang, 2012) and is currently translanting and editing a collection of short stories by George Egerton.
Her forthcoming publications also include articles on the so-called "queen's masques" written by Ben Jonson's for the court of James I, and in particular for Queen Anne.