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.
Awards and Honors
LAS Academic Professional Award
Additional Campus Affiliations
Visiting Assistant Professor, Germanic Languages and Literatures
Visiting Assistant Professor, Program in Translation and Interpreting Studies