Robert Jenkins' research interests broadly include late 19th, 20th, and 21st century German and Austrian literature, specifically Expressionism, New Objectivity, and Avant-garde literary forms. Additional interests include literary translation and translation theory, philosophy of language, cognitive-semiotic approaches to literature, humor, urban-modernism, media studies and audiovisual translation, and concepts of masculinity as circumscribed by popular violence.
Additional Campus Affiliations
Undergraduate Program & Study Abroad Advisor, Germanic Languages and Literatures
Visiting Assistant Professor, Germanic Languages and Literatures
Visiting Assistant Professor, Program in Translation and Interpreting Studies
Honors & Awards
LAS Academic Professional Award