Dr. LEE Sze Wah Sarah
Lecturer, Department of English Language and Literature
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B.Sc. (CUHK), M.A. (Leeds), Ph.D. (London)
Anglophone and European Modernism; Comparative and Interdisciplinary Studies
Modern to Contemporary Anglophone Literature; Poetry; Academic Writing; Language and Linguistics
Taught previously at:
The Chinese University of Hong Kong, The Education University of Hong Kong
Lee, Tak-Yan, Daniel TL Shek, Joav Merrick and Sarah SW Lee, editors. Positive Youth Development: Digital Game-based Learning. Nova Science, 2020. (Reprint of Digital Positive Youth Development Games: Theory and Practice, special issue of International Journal on Disability and Human Development.)
Lee, Sarah SW, Tak-Yan Lee and Chin Ma. “Using Chinese and Western Literature in a Digital Game to Enhance Core Competencies for Peer and Romantic Relationships among Adolescents.” In Tak-Yan Lee, Daniel TL Shek, Joav Merrick and Sarah SW Lee (Eds.), Positive Youth Development: Digital Game-based Learning (pp. 269-303). Nova Science, 2020.
Lee, Sarah SW, Tak-Yan Lee, Tom KC Lui, Caroline Cheng and Stephen Ma. “Prevention of Cognitive Biases through a Digital Positive Youth Development Game.” In Tak-Yan Lee, Daniel TL Shek, Joav Merrick and Sarah SW Lee (Eds.), Positive Youth Development: Digital Game-based Learning (pp. 179-204). Nova Science, 2020.
Clapp, Jeffrey, Matthew DeCoursey, Sze Wah Sarah Lee, and Kris Li, “‘Something Fruitful for All of Us’: Social Annotation as a Signature Pedagogy for Literature Education.” Arts and Humanities in Higher Education, March 2020. https://doi.org/10.1177/1474022220915128
Lee, Sze Wah Sarah. “Futurism in English Art and Literature: The Response of Imagism and Vorticism.” In Günter Berghaus, Domenico Pietropaolo and Beatrice Sica (Eds.), International Yearbook of Futurism Studies Volume 8 (pp. 30-56). De Gruyter, 2018. https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110575361-003
Sze Wah Sarah Lee, ‘Anglo-French Poetic Exchanges in the Little Magazines, 1908-1914’ (Runner-up of the British Association for Modernist Studies (BAMS) Essay Competition 2018; accepted for publication by Modernist Cultures (forthcoming 2021))
Co-Investigator, ‘Margaret Morris’ Angkorr (1917) – a lost Vorticist ballet’ (Principal Investigator: Dr Anne Witchard, University of Westminster)