Susanne Kappeler

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Susanne Kappeler (born 1949)[1] was a lecturer in English at the University of East Anglia and an associate professor at the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Al Akhawayn University,[2] and now works as a freelance writer and teacher in England and Germany. Kappeler also taught 'The literary representation of women' in the Faculty of English at Cambridge while a research fellow at Jesus College, Cambridge[3] and was a part-time tutor for the Open University Course, 'The Changing Experience of Women',[3] and is part of a collective setting up the Cambridge Women's Resources Centre.


  • Kappeler, Susanne, Mira Renka, and Melanie Beyer. Vergewaltigung, Krieg, Nationalismus: eine feministische Kritik. München: Frauenoffensive, 1994. ISBN 978-3-88104-246-8
  • Teaching the Text co-ed. with Norman Bryson. Routledge, 1983. ISBN 978-0-7100-9412-4
  • Writing and Reading in Henry James, Columbia University Press, 1980, ISBN 978-0-231-05198-9
  • Pornography of Representation, University of Minnesota Press and Polity Press, 1986, ISBN 978-0-7456-0122-9
  • Verena Loewensberg: Betrachtungen zum Werk einer konstruktiven Malerin (in German), ABC Verlag, 1988, ISBN 978-3-85504-063-6
  • Kappeler, Susanne, and Carlo Vivarelli. Carlo Vivarelli: Plastik, Malerei, Gebrauchsgraphik = Carlo Vivarelli : sculpture, painting, graphic design. Zürich: ABC Verlag, 1988. ISBN 978-3-85504-112-1
  • Der Wille zur Gewalt: Politik des persönlichen Verhaltens (in German), Frauenoffensive, 1994, ISBN 978-3-88104-254-3; in English: The Will to Violence, Columbia University Teachers College Press and Spinifex Press, 1995, ISBN 978-1-875559-46-6, a book that analyses "the way in which the psychotherapeutic professions work to develop a culture of irresponsibility in personal relationships"[4]
  • Kappeler, Susanne (1996), "Subjects, objects and equal opportunities", in Jackson, Stevi; Scott, Sue, Feminism and sexuality: a reader, New York: Columbia University Press, pp. 300–306, ISBN 9780231107082. 


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