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LEE Sze Wah Sarah

Dr. LEE Sze Wah Sarah

Lecturer, Department of English Language and Literature

Phone number3411 7161
Email addresssarahlee@hkbu.edu.hk
ORCID number0000-0002-1507-020X

 

Degree(s):

B.Sc. (CUHK), M.A. (Leeds), Ph.D. (London)

Research area(s):

Anglophone and European Modernism; Comparative and Interdisciplinary Studies

Teaching area(s):

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

Selected output(s):

Sarah S.W. Lee, Tak-yan Lee, Caroline Cheng, ‘Prevention of Cognitive Biases through a Digital Positive Youth Development Game’. International Journal of Child and Adolescent Health (forthcoming)

Sarah S.W. Lee, Tak-yan Lee, Melody Ma, ‘The Use of Literature in Game-Based Learning to Enhance Core Competencies for Engaging in Intimate Relationships among Adolescents and Young Adults’. International Journal of Child and Adolescent Health (forthcoming)

Sze Wah Sarah Lee, ‘Futurism in English Art and Literature: The Response of Imagism and Vorticism’, in International Yearbook of Futurism Studies 2018 (Berlin: de Gruyter, 2018)

Sarah Lee, ‘The Imagisme Brand and Imagist Rivalries’, Florida English (ISSN 1940-6088), October 2014

Current project(s):

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; peer reviewed and under consideration by Modernist Cultures)

Jeffrey Clapp, Matthew DeCoursey, Sarah Lee, and Kris Li, ‘“I Didn’t Know People Would Think Like That”: Social Annotation as a Signature Pedagogy for Literature Education’ (under consideration by Arts and Humanities in Higher Education)

Co-Investigator, ‘Margaret Morris’ Angkorr (1917) – a lost Vorticist ballet’ (Principal Investigator: Dr Anne Witchard, University of Westminster)

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