Mag.a Nicola Kopf

Project assistant (prae-doc) / FWF doc.funds


Phone: +43-1-4277-25603

PhD Thesis

Marlen Haushofer's Poetics of Moving Stillness


Research interests
  • Contemporary German Language Literature 
  • Narratives of catastrophe and apocalypse
  • Time, space and movement in literary representations
  • Discourses of acceleration and im/mobility
  • Ecocritical perspectives and the literature of the Anthropocene
Curriculum vitae

Studies of German Philology and Psychology/Philosophy at the University of Vienna with a semester abroad at Trinity College, Dublin (2016) and employment as tutor and writing mentor at the Institute of German Studies; diploma thesis: Innere und äußere Bewegung in Ingeborg Bachmanns Erzählband Das dreißigste Jahr (2019). 

Kopf N, Pelz A. When the World Comes to a Halt: Imagining Im/mobilized Futures in the Work of Forster, Haushofer, and Lehr. In Atanasova D, Bund R, Buschmann D, Diniega R, Donat J, Gföllner B, Kopf N, editors, Entangled Future Im/Mobilities : Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Mobility Studies. Bielefeld: Transcript. 2024. p. 75-94. (VERNETZEN - BEWEGEN - VERORTEN. KULTURWISSENSCHAFTLICHE PERSPEKTIVEN). doi:

Kopf N, Gföllner B, Donat J, Diniega R, Buschmann D, Bund R et al. Introduction. Entangled Future Im/mobilities. In Entangled Future Im/Mobilities. Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Mobility Studies. 2024

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