Lehigh University Press

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Lehigh University Press
Publishing House
Industry Publishing
Genre Scholarship
Founded Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
Headquarters Bethlehem, United States
Products Books, Journals
Services Publishing books
Parent Lehigh University
Website Lehigh University Press

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.[1] The press's three main areas of focus are 18th-century studies, local history, and science and technology in society.[2]


  1. ^ "About | Lehigh University Press". lupress.cas2.lehigh.edu. Retrieved 2016-01-15. 
  2. ^ Shimer, Liz (2007-04-17), Gordon chosen to revitalize the Lehigh University Press, Lehigh University, retrieved 2008-12-27 

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