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Academic publishing; university presses; books; literary and cultural memory; historiography; translation theory; English literature 1660-1832.

Greg Clingham
Director of Bucknell University Press and professor of English
Phone: 570-577-3674, 570-577-1552
Email: clingham@bucknell.edu
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

Moravian culture and history; Native American/European contact in colonial America; history of sexuality; German intellectual history; archival research and paleography; feminist and postcolonial theory; translation studies.

Katherine Faull
Professor of German
Phone: 570-577-1289
Email: faull@bucknell.edu
Accomplishments/areas of interest/selected publications: Received a National Endowment for the Humanities grant in 2002 to study pastoral care in 18th-century Bethlehem, Pa. Related publications: Moravian Women's Memoirs (Syracuse, 1997), Anthropology and the German Enlightenment (1995), Translation and Culture (2004) and NEH Translations Division (1992). NEH Collaborative Research Grant (2002-4) and John Ben Snow Foundation (co-PI) 2008.

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Last updated 2/10/2011

Comparative literature and hermeneutics; translation

James Rice
Associate provost and dean of graduate studies
Phone: 570-577-3655
Email: rice@bucknell.edu

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Last updated 7/1/2010

Russian poetry, theatre, and prose; film studies; translation

Slava Yastremski
Associate professor of Russian
Phone: 570-577-1746
Email: yastrem@bucknell.edu

German-to-English translation

Karin Knisely
Organismal, molecular and cellular biology lab coordinator
Phone: 570-577-6106, 570-577-1125, 570-577-2106
Email: kknisely@bucknell.edu
Accomplishments/areas of interest/selected publications: German-to-English translation, specializing in scientific and technical texts; accredited by the American Translators Association. Author of A Student Handbook for Writing in Biology (Sinauer Associates, Inc./W.H. Freeman and Co., 2002).

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Last updated 7/22/2013

 

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