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|Alma mater||University of Iowa|
|Main interests||Gender studies literary criticism cultural studies 20th century in literature|
|Notable works||Neatness Counts|
Kevin Kopelson (born January 23, 1960), is an American literary critic. He received a B.A. from Yale University, a J.D. from Columbia University, and a Ph.D. from Brown University. Currently,[when?] he is Emeritus Professor of English at The University of Iowa.
He is a frequent contributor to the London Review of Books. He writes on topics ranging from fin-de-siècle literature to fashion photography.
- Love's Litany: The Writing of Modern Homoerotics (Stanford University Press, 1994).
- Beethoven's Kiss: Pianism, Perversion, and the Mastery of Desire (Stanford University Press, 1996).
- The Queer Afterlife of Vaslav Nijinsky (Stanford University Press, 1997).
- Neatness Counts: Essays on the Writer's Desk (University of Minnesota Press, 2004).
- Sedaris (University of Minnesota Press, 2007).
- Confessions of a Plagiarist: And Other Tales from School (Counterpath Press, 2012).
- Adorno and the Showgirl: Or Late Style (2016)
- "Kevin Kopelson - Department of English - College of Liberal Arts & Sciences - The University of Iowa". English.uiowa.edu. Retrieved 29 October 2018.
- "Kevin Kopelson · LRB". www.lrb.co.uk. Retrieved 2018-11-23.
- Review of Love's Litany: The Writing of Modern Homoerotics:
- Schehr, Lawrence R. (1995), SubStance, 24 (3): 135–137, doi:10.2307/3685016, JSTOR 3685016CS1 maint: Untitled periodical (link)
- Allen, Dennis W. (Summer 1995), Modern Fiction Studies, 41 (2): 403–405, JSTOR 26285554CS1 maint: Untitled periodical (link)
- Maynard, John (Winter 1996), Studies in the Novel, 28 (4): 597–599, JSTOR 29533170CS1 maint: Untitled periodical (link)
- Review of Beethoven's Kiss: Pianism, Perversion, and the Mastery of Desire:
- Review of The Queer Afterlife of Vaslav Nijinsky:
- Review of Sedaris: