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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

Medical sociology; community health; nonprofit organizations; organization of communities; sociology of education; writing sociologically.

Carl Milofsky
Professor of sociology
Phone: 570-577-3468
Email: milofsky@bucknell.edu
Accomplishments/areas of interest/selected publications: Author of: Smallville: The Institutionalization of Community in Small Town America (2008); Pragmatic Liberalism: Constructing Civil Society (with Albert Hunter) (2007); Handbook of Community Movements and Local Organizations (with Ram Cnaan) (2006); Values, Passion, and Trust in the Nonprofit Sector (with Joyce Rothschild; special issue of NONPROFIT MANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP) (2006).

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Last updated 12/29/2009

Medieval literature; history of the English language; environmental writing; Tolkien; The Lord of the Rings; Peter Jackson's film versions of The Lord of the Rings

Alf Siewers
Associate professor of English
Phone: 570-577-1553
Email: asiewers@bucknell.edu
Accomplishments/areas of interest/selected publications: Research in environmental humanities and premodern cultures, especially Anglo-Saxon, Middle English, Celtic, and Icelandic. Co-edited a book collection of studies on JRR Tolkien's fantasy in modern contexts, and articles on nature and landscape in early traditions. Supervising projects on early literature and landscape in the Susquehanna Valley as environmental humanities coordinator for the Bucknell Environmental Center. Teaches medieval and fantasy literature courses.

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Last updated 3/24/2011

Creative writing; American literature; Appalachian literature

Robert Love Taylor
Professor emeritus of English
Phone: 276-655-4344
Email: rtaylor@bucknell.edu
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."

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
Phone: 570-577-3445
Email: stamos@bucknell.edu
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

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Last updated 2/11/2010

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

American prisons and jails (spatial violence); United States Penitentiary (USP), Lewisburg; North American historical geography; geographical thought; geography of religion; feminist analyses of space and place; 19th century travel writing.

Karen M. Morin
Professor of geography
Phone: 570-577-2232
Email: morin@bucknell.edu
Accomplishments/areas of interest/selected publications: Author of Civic Discipline: Geography in America, 1860-1890; Frontiers of Femininity: A New Historical Geography of the 19th Century American West (2008); co-editor of Women, Religion, & Space: Global Perspectives on Gender and Faith (2007); 40+ research articles.

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Last updated 1/7/2014

French language; Fiction writing, Contemporary Francophone Africa; African culture and literature, Francophone African women writers, oral literature; Littérature de jeunesse, Nouvelles écritures africaines, littérature orale

Angèle Kingué
Professor of French, Bucknell en France program director
Phone: 570-577-1351
Email: kingue@bucknell.edu

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Last updated 7/22/2013

Education; arts-informed epistemologies; spirituality and subjectivity in teaching; process-oriented writing; high school literacy

Sarah K. MacKenzie
Associate professor of education
Phone: 570-577-1349
Email: sarah.mackenzie@bucknell.edu

Last updated 7/25/2013

Environmental engineering; landfill design and liners; environmental geotechnics; soil mechanics; ground improvement; enhanced waste containment barriers; waste-soil compatibility; contaminant transport; polymer-clay nanocomposites; writing

Michael A. Malusis
Associate professor of civil and environmental engineering and director of the Bucknell Writing Program
Phone: 570-577-1683
Email: mam028@bucknell.edu

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Last updated 7/25/2013

 

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