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Dr. Amy LEE

Associate Dean of Arts (Undergraduate Studies), Associate Professor and Associate Head, Department of Humanities and Creative Writing and Office of the Dean of Arts

Phone number3411 7159
ORCID number0000-0002-0298-2218 



B.A. (HKU), M.Phil (HKU), Ph. D. (The University of Warwick)

Research area(s):

Feminist Literary Studies; Gender Studies; The Chinese Diaspora; Representations of Marginal Experiences; Witchcraft and Witchery; Young Adult Literature; Modern fiction

Teaching area(s):

Gender Studies; Human Beings and Their Imaginary Monsters They Create; Humanities Study & Research Methods Languages and the Humanities

Selected output(s):

1.    Lee, Amy W.S. 2015. “From ‘Australian Whiteness’ to Caribbean Self: Maryse Conde's Matrilineal Family Narrative of Identity Detection.” In Reading/Speaking/Writing the Mother Text: Essays on Caribbean Women's Writing, eds., Paula, Sanmartin, and Cristina Herrera, Bradford: Demeter Press, 100-118.
2.    Lee, Amy W.S. 2015. “Emotional Literacy Education in a Hong Kong University: Reflection and Proposal.” In Education Applications and Developments, ed., Mafalda Carmo. Lisboa, Portugal: InScience Press, 248-255.
3.    Lee, Amy W.S. 2015. “Fiction in the Chinese Mythical and Literary Traditions.” In Fiction and Art: Explorations in Contemporary Theory, ed., Ananta Ch. Sukla, London: Bloomsbury Academic.
4.    Lee, Amy W.S. 2014. “The Problem that Has No Name’: Love, Desire and Self at Post-middle Age in Love, Again (1996).” In Fragmented Societies: Feminism, Love and Identity in the Novels of Doris Lessing, eds., Ajit, Kumar and Oran Ryan, Dehli: Authorspress.
5.    Lee, Amy W.S. 2013. “Is the Cyborg Vampire the Future? Fusing the Historical and the New in the Humanities.”The International Journal of Critical Cultural Studies, 10(4): 93-100.

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