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Academic publishing; university presses; books; literary and cultural memory; historiography; translation theory; English literature 1660-1832.
Director of Bucknell University Press and professor of English
Phone: 570-577-3674, 570-577-1552
Accomplishments/areas of interest/selected publications: Author of Johnson, Writing, and Memory (Cambridge, 2002), and Boswell: The Life of Johnson (Cambridge, 1992); editor of The Cambridge Companion to Samuel Johnson, (Cambridge, 1997), and New Light on Boswell: Essays Critical and Historical on the Occasion of the Bicentenary of the 'Life of Johnson' (Cambridge, 1991).
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Last updated 9/16/2010
Creative writing; American literature; Appalachian literature
Robert Love Taylor
Professor emeritus of English
Accomplishments/areas of interest/selected publications: Author of several novels, including The Lost Sister (Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, 1989); Fiddle and Bow: We Will Make Our Own History (Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, 1985); and Blind Singer Joe's Blues (SMU Press, 2006); award-winning fiddle player in an old-time band, "Buck Mountain Band."
Civil engineering; Bridge engineering; Collapse prevention of aged truss bridges; Increasing load carrying capacity and safety of metal truss bridges; Relocation of historic truss bridges; Historic bridge maintenance; Bridge load ratings; Concrete anchors; Timber engineering; Church steeple and spire restoration.
Jai B. Kim
Professor of civil and environmental engineering Emeritus
Accomplishments/areas of interest/selected publications: Author of two books: Timber Design and Bridge Design, Professional Publications, Belmont, Calif.
Last updated 7/22/2013
Professor of international relations
Accomplishments/areas of interest/selected publications: Has published widely on the international political economy of the Caribbean and the Third World and the Caribbean and international relations; past president, Caribbean Studies Association; Author of several books on the Caribbean and international relations.
International political economy; global environment; Mexico and Latin America; Mexican economy; NAFTA; U.S.-Mexico relations; energy economics; Peace Corps; energy and environment sustainability;
Stephen C. Stamos
Professor of international relations
Accomplishments/areas of interest/selected publications: Widely published on NAFTA and the Mexican economy; Interests include economic development; aftermath of economic crisis; NAFTA; co-author of six books, including International Economic Policy: Beyond the Trade and Debt Crisis (Lexington Books, 1989); currently writing The Puzzle of 21st-century Globalization with Patrice Franko, Colby College
Ask the Experts - The U.S. economy
Last updated 2/11/2010
Poetry; Personal Essays; African American Literature; Caribbean Literature; Bucknell Poetry Path; Stadler Center for Poetry
Shara M. McCallum
Professor of English and Stadler Center for Poetry director
Accomplishments/areas of interest/selected publications: Author of two books of poetry: Song of Thieves and The Water Between Us. Poems and personal essays in numerous literary journals and reprinted in over 20 anthologies of American Poetry, African American Poetry, Caribbean Poetry, and World Poetry
Last updated 8/30/2013
South Asian Religions; Hinduism; Indian Mythology; Indian Comic Books; Media and Religion in India
Associate professor of religion
Accomplishments/areas of interest/selected publications: Book: India's Immortal Comic Books: Gods, Kings, and Other Heroes (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2009).
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Last updated 10/18/2013