Lehigh University Press
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Lehigh University Press is the publishing house of Lehigh University. Lehigh's university press was a member of the Associated University Presses consortium; other members included Bucknell University Press, University of Delaware Press, Susquehanna University Press and Fairleigh Dickinson University Press. When Associated University Presses ceased most new publishing in 2010, a new distribution agreement between Lehigh University Press, Bucknell University Press, University of Delaware Press, and Fairleigh Dickinson University Press was struck with Rowman & Littlefield.
Founded in 1985, the current director of the press is Lehigh English professor Kate Crassons. The press's three main areas of focus are 18th-century studies, local history, and science and technology in society.
- Studies in Eighteenth-Century America and the Atlantic World
- Studies in Christianity in China
- Perspectives on Edgar Allan Poe
- New Directions in Africana Studies
- Research in Technology Studies
- Text and Print Culture
- "About | Lehigh University Press". lupress.cas2.lehigh.edu. Retrieved 2016-01-15.
- Shimer, Liz (2007-04-17), Gordon chosen to revitalize the Lehigh University Press, Lehigh University, retrieved 2008-12-27
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