Mark Harman

A native of Dublin, Mark Harman is professor of English and German at Elizabethtown College, where he also holds the College Chair of International Studies. He has translated various German-language authors, including Kafka — Harman’s rendering of The Castle (Schocken) won the first Lois Roth Award of the Modern Language Association — Rilke, Hesse, Robert Walser, and is currently completing a volume of annotated Kafka translations. His writing on Irish and German literature has appeared in publications ranging from The Irish Times, Los Angeles Times, and Philadelphia Inquirer to The Times Literary Supplement, Sewanee Review, New Hibernia Review, and Sinn und Form (Berlin).


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