The University Press was founded at Bucknell in 1968. Since its inception, it has been editorially independent, an organization run by its Directors, its Editorial Board, and its staff. The University Press presently receives approximately 400 serious proposals and inquiries every year and, of those, considers approximately 70 manuscripts for publication from authors all over the world. From this selective pool, the Press publishes an average of 38 books per annum.
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The Bucknell University Press welcomes for consideration scholarly proposals in the humanities and social sciences. Areas of particular interest include interdisciplinary eighteenth-century studies, Luso-Hispanic and Latin American studies, and Irish writers, but we are open to excellent and innovative scholarship in all humanistic and social scientific fields. || Learn more
The University Press is directed by Greg Clingham, John P. Crozer Professor of English Literature, with assistance from Editorial Associate Pamelia Dailey, off-campus editors of particular series, and the Editorial Board. || Learn more
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