Author: Pamelia Dailey

  • Intern with Bucknell Press!

    Intern with Bucknell University Press for the 2017-18 academic year Bucknell University Press offers the Cynthia Fell internship, a competitive, yearlong, non-paid internship for sophomores, juniors, or seniors interested in scholarly publishing. The internship is named for the late Cynthia Fell (1932-1994), associate director of the Press from 1968-1990. Since 1968 Bucknell University Press has […]

  • 2016-17 Book Collecting Prize now open

    Attention Bucknell students: Entries for the 2016-17 Book Collecting Prize now being accepted!  

  • Book Collecting Prize winner announced

    An Interesting Taste in Books The Book Collecting Prize sponsored by Bucknell University Press and Library & IT has come to a close, and after reviewing many fascinating collections with themes from theater books to Cormac McCarthy novels, the judges have chosen Phuong Nguyen’s collection of books on food and cooking. Phuong grew up as […]

  • D.A.F. de Sade 200 years later

    December 2, 2014 seemed far away in the summer of 2010, when Norbert Sclippa’s email anticipating the bicentennial of D.A.F. Sade’s death arrived in my inbox. “Anybody planning anything?” he inquired of us: the Colloque Internationale Sade, a small but intimate community of scholars. Worried by the paucity of responses (though many events have been […]

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  • Art and Inspiration in Contemporary Irish Writers

    Bucknell University Press’s original Irish Writers Series began in the 1970s under the editorship of J.F. Carens as a way to promote 19th and 20th century Anglo writers whose works deserved monographic exposure. The series published its first books in 1970, exploring the likes of Sean O’Casey, James Clarence Mangan, Standish O’Grady, and W.R. Rogers. […]

  • Editor Profile: Aníbal González

    Professor Aníbal González on his work with the Bucknell Studies in Latin American Literature and Theory series by Jen Weber, 2012-13 Cynthia Fell Intern This series of books provides a forum for some of the best criticism on Latin American literature in a wide range of critical approaches. By acknowledging the historical links and cultural […]