Press Staff

Suzanne GuiodDirector
Suzanne Guiod
305 Hildreth-Mirza Hall  P: 570.577.1552

Pam Dailey, Editorial Associate Managing Editor
Pam Dailey, M.A.
306 Hildreth-Mirza Hall  P: 570.577.3674

Student Intern: Nate Freed:

Editorial Board

Param Bedi (Library & Information Technology) (2020):
Roger Rothman (Art & Art History) (2020):
James Shields (Comparative Humanities) (2020):
Jeffrey Turner (Philosophy) (2020):
Isabel Cuñado (Spanish) (2021):
Jason McCloskey (Spanish) (2021):
Carmen Gillespie (English and the Griot Institute) (2021):
James Goodale (History) (2021):
Katarzyna Lecky (English) (2021):
Erica Delsandro (Women's and Gender Studies) (2021):
Elena Machado Sáez (English) (2022):

Greg Clingham Greg Clingham retired as director of Bucknell University Press in December 2018 after 22 years of service to the Press and 25 years as a professor of English at Bucknell. 

What We Publish

Bucknell University Press welcomes for consideration scholarly proposals in the arts, humanities, and humanistically-oriented social sciences, particularly in the long eighteenth-century, Iberian studies, Latin American studies, and memoirs, but we are open to excellent and innovative scholarship in all humanistic fields. || See details of our various book series.

For Prospective Authors

Submitting a Proposal

Prospective authors or editors of essay collections are asked in the first instance to submit a proposal to the editor of the series most appropriate for their work or — if there is no series or if in doubt — to

Guidelines for submitting a proposal

Preparing a manuscript for submission

If we have requested your full manuscript for evaluation, please consult the following guides before submitting your work.

Edited Collection of Essays

For Current Authors

If we have accepted your manuscript for publication, please use the following guides in formatting your manuscript for production.

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