Author: Tong Tong

  • April: the Month of Poetry

    April is National Poetry Month. Since its inception in 1996, National Poetry Month has evolved into one of the largest cultural events celebrating imagination, language, emotion and contemplation. On a gorgeous spring day, we invite you to celebrate the beauty of poetry with us and carry on the joy of reading poetry all year long. […]

  • Notable Reviews of 2016

    It is almost the end of the year, a time to reflect on what we have achieved. In 2016, Bucknell University Press books were reviewed extensively in many different scholarly journals. Please take a look at these 10 notable reviews and maybe you can find your holiday present from our book list. Happy holidays to […]

  • Celebrating Diversity

    Celebrate diversity with this reading list from Bucknell Press:   Postracial America? An Interdisciplinary Study  Postracial America? An Interdisciplinary Study attempts to broaden the application of this idea – the dream of a nation beyond race- by situating it in contexts that demonstrate how the idea of the postracial has been with America since its founding […]

  • Series Editor Interview: New Studies in the “Age of Goethe” and Professor Karin Schutjer

    Since it debuted, Bucknell University Press’s book series New Studies in the “Age of Goethe” has been receiving critics’ attention and readers’ praises. The series, sponsored by the Goethe Society of North America, aims to encourage and publish innovative research that adopts interdisciplinary approaches or provides new insights on the “Age of Goethe.” Current books […]

  • Eighteenth-Century Titles Recognized

    Bucknell University Press’s eighteenth-century publications were recently recognized and recommended in the current issue of Studies in English Literature. In the review by Jenny Davidson, professor of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University, she thanks Bucknell University Press for “continuing to do a deep service to our field by publishing monographs and reissuing them […]