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Meera Lee

 

Meera Lee specializes in psychoanalysis (with emphasis on Freud and Lacan), critical theory, postcolonial theory, and race and sexuality studies. Additionally, she has taught courses in the fields of Asian American studies, Korean cinema and postcolonial studies, as well as humanistic psychology. She is the author of Who's Afraid of Hemingway Men: Reconstructing Masculinity in Freud and Lacan (Seoul: Doing-In, 2006): originally titled in Korean 『누가 헤밍웨이 남성을 두려워 하는가?』. Her academic articles have appeared in positions: asia critique, Verge: Global Asias, Telos and Tamkang Review, as well as the edited book Psychoanalyzing Cinema (Palgrave, 2012). Her translation from English into Korean has also appeared in the Korean literary journal, 21st Century Literature 「21세기 문학」. She is the coeditor of the special issue of "Reshaping East Asia, Rethinking World Literature" for Symposium: A Quarterly Journal in Modern Literatures. Lee is currently working on two book projects, a monograph, tentatively titled, Of Cruelty: The Superego Today in Freud and Lacan and an edited volume, titled, Lacan's Cruelty: Perversion Beyond Philosophy, Culture and the Clinic, which will be published with Palgrave for the Lacan Series.

Lee obtained her Ph.D. in English from Dankoook University, Seoul and was a postdoctoral fellow affiliated with the English Department at Syracuse University.

Prior to joining Hunter, Lee was Assistant Professor of Asian American Studies in the Department of Literatures, Linguistics and Literature at Syracuse University. She is currently a psychoanalytic candidate at National Psychological Association of Psychoanalysis.  

Personal Website: https://www.meeraleephd.com/

Email: ml6732@hunter.cuny.edu

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