Bucknell University Press Offers Internship, Book Collection Prize

The Bucknell University Press is offering a competitive, year-long, non-paid internship for qualified sophomores, juniors or seniors interested in scholarly publishing for the 2012-13 academic year. In addition, the Bucknell University Press and the Office of Library and Information Technology are offering a $500 prize for the best book collection.


Bucknell University Press Joins the Rowman & Littlefield

Beginning in July 2010, Bucknell University Press books will be published by Rowman & Littlefield, a very large, independent publisher of scholarly, trade, and popular books.


Bucknell University Press Book Wins Serra d'Or Critics' Prize

Dr. Sharon G. Feldman, Professor of Spanish and Catalan Studies at the University of Richmond, recently traveled to Barcelona to accept the Serra d'OrCritics' Prize for Research in Catalan Studies from Serra d'Or magazine.



Bucknell University Press Launches Contemporary Irish Writers Series

Irish Studies has flourished during the past fifty years. Its interests extend from prominent figures such as James Joyce and W.B. Yeats to newer voices such as Eavan Boland and Ciaran Carson, and the discipline continues conversations about women's issues, nationalism, and the Irish language, which have long drawn the attention of Irish writers. In the Contemporary Irish Writers Series, Bucknell University Press aims to contribute to these important ongoing cultural conversations and also to revive Bucknell's historic series in Irish Studies.