Nicholas Reynolds, Ph.D.
- Lecturer , Modern Languages and Literatures
Professor Reynolds earned his Ph.D. at the University of Oregon in the Department of German and Scandinavian. He has published articles on the poetry of Rainer Maria Rilke, which he is putting together as a collection, and is currently working on a manuscript that deals with Rilke’s prose works, called Sense and Creative Labor. He is a student of Critical Theory, and has published an article on Max Horkheimer, as well as a translation of a series of letters between Horkheimer and Henryk Grossman. He teaches German language and literature classes, as well classes in Trinity’s First Year Experience program and the Philosophy department. In the summer, he teaches for Trinity’s Study Abroad program in Berlin. He is originally from Central New York State.