Fred Jenkins

Associate Dean for Collections and Operations
Full-Time Faculty
Libraries: Collections

  • Location: Roesch Library 106A
  • Phone: 937-229-4272
  • Email: Contact

Profile

Fred Jenkins oversees the Library collections, including special collections and the University Archives. He manages the materials budget, coordinates the selection of materials, handles licensing/vendor negotiations, coordinates assessment activities, and oversees building services. As part of his collection responsibilities, Dr. Jenkins is UD's representative on the OhioLINK Cooperative Information Resources Management Committee. He is also the subject librarian for English, Languages, and Philosophy.

Courses Taught

REL 492/592 Ecclesiastical Latin
REL 502, 504 Biblical Greek I-II
CLA 203 Classical Mythology
HST 303 History of the Roman Republic and Empire
PHL 240 Research Methodologies and Technologies
INS 250 Research Methods

Degrees

B.A., University of Cincinnati (1979)
A.M. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (1981)
Ph.D. (1985); M.S (1986)

Professional Activities

American Philological Association
American Society of Papyrologists
Association of Ancient Historians
American Library Association

Research Interests

Greek and Latin prose, later and medieval Latin, history and bibliography of classical scholarship.

Selected Publications

Books

Jenkins, Fred W. Classical Studies: A Guide to the Reference Literature. 2nd ed. Westport, Conn.: Libraries Unlimited, 2006.

Articles and Book Chapters

Jenkins, Fred W. “Fabius Pictor in Cicero’s De divinatione.” Mnemosyne 66 (2013): 129-132.

Jenkins, Fred W. “Nikandros (271-272).” Brill's New Jacoby. Ed. Ian Worthington. Leiden: Brill, 2012. http://www.brillonline.nl.

Gauder, Heidi, and Fred W. Jenkins.  “Engaging Undergraduates in Discipline-Based Research.” Reference Services Review 40.2 (2012): 277-294.  http://www.emeraldinsight.com/journals.htm?issn=0090-7324&volume=40&issue=2

Jenkins, Fred W. “Xenomedes (442).” Brill's New Jacoby. Ed. Ian Worthington. Leiden: Brill, 2012. http://www.brillonline.nl.

Jenkins, Fred W. “Horapollo (630).” Brill's New Jacoby. Ed. Ian Worthington.   Leiden: Brill, 2012. http://www.brillonline.nl.

Jenkins, Fred W. “Andriskos (500).” Brill's New Jacoby. Ed. Ian Worthington.   Leiden: Brill, 2012. http://www.brillonline.nl.

Jenkins, Fred. W. “Collecting to the Core: The Greco-Persian Wars.”  Against the Grain 23.5 (November 2011): 86-87.

Jenkins, Fred W. “Caecilius (183).” Brill's New Jacoby. Ed. Ian Worthington. Leiden: Brill, 2011. http://www.brillonline.nl.

Jenkins, Fred W. “Polycharmos (770).” Brill's New Jacoby. Ed. Ian Worthington. Leiden: Brill, 2011. http://www.brillonline.nl

Jenkins, Fred W. “Hegesippos (391).” Brill's New Jacoby. Ed. Ian Worthington. Leiden: Brill, 2010. http://www.brillonline.nl.

Jenkins, Fred W. “Menekrates (769).” Brill's New Jacoby. Ed. Ian Worthington. Leiden: Brill, 2010. http://www.brillonline.nl.

Jenkins, Fred W. “Hermogenes (795).” Brill's New Jacoby. Ed. Ian Worthington. Leiden: Brill, 2009. http://www.brillonline.nl.

Jenkins, Fred W. “Artemon (443)” Brill's New Jacoby. Ed. Ian Worthington. Leiden: Brill, 2009. http://www.brillonline.nl.

Jenkins, Fred W. “Hermogenes (851).” Brill's New Jacoby. Ed. Ian Worthington. Leiden: Brill, 2009. http://www.brillonline.nl.

Jenkins, Fred W. “Metrophanes (796).” Brill's New Jacoby. Ed. Ian Worthington. Leiden: Brill, 2009. http://www.brillonline.nl.

Jenkins, Fred W. “Timaios (848).” Brill's New Jacoby. Ed. Ian Worthington. Leiden: Brill, 2009. http://www.brillonline.nl.

Jenkins, Fred W. “Ancient History.” Resources for College Libraries. Ed. Marcus Elmore, New Providence, NJ: Bowker, 2006. V. 3, 1-32. http://www.rclweb.net

Jenkins, Fred W. “Classical Languages and Literatures.” Resources for College Libraries. Ed. Marcus Elmore. New Providence, NJ: Bowker, 2006. V. 2, 397-450. http://www.rclweb.net

Jenkins, Fred W. ""A Lease of Land from the Tebtunis Grapheion Archive (P.Mich. inv. 672)."" Papyri in honorem Johannis Bingen octogenarii. Ed. Henri Melaerts. Leuven: Peeters, 2000. 245-248.