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Clarissa Ai Ling Lee recently completed her PhD education at Duke University in the Literature Program, with graduate certificates in Feminist Theories, Information Science + Information Studies,  and the History and Philosophy of Science, Technology and Medicine.Because of the different ways in which her scholarly interests project themselves, she has an undergraduate degree in physics and an MA in English Literature.

As her passion is in interdisciplinary studies, she works at the intersection of science and technology studies (that include philosophy, history and sociology of the sciences), cultural studies, media archaeology, book history, and feminist theory. She likes to work on a bunch of projects unrelated to her professional life, but she also enjoys the passions that her professional life brings.

As she moves on to the next phase of her life’s project, watch this space for new and exciting things to come.

9 Comments leave one →
  1. March 7, 2010 12:44 pm

    good reading here…;)

  2. AiLL permalink*
    March 8, 2010 3:53 pm

    Thank you.

  3. July 13, 2013 6:11 am

    Hi … nice to have stumbled upon your work online.

    • Clarissa Ai Ling Lee permalink*
      July 26, 2013 6:22 pm

      Thanks for reading my blog.

  4. Paul permalink
    July 26, 2013 1:59 pm

    Hi Clarissa,

    In your Scientific American article posted online titled “The Story of Energy: The Physics of an Atom, Part 1” you have an image titled “Standard Model of FUNDAMENTAL PARTICLES AND INTERACTIONS” with a web address under it http://www.pa.uky.edu under it. I would like to get an actual physical copy of that poster but I can’t find the digital image on the website you list. Can you help me out? This was an excellent article that you wrote. It is nice to see women who have contributed to science in the early 20th century included. Lise Meitner deserved a Nobel for her discovery of nuclear fission in my opinion. Yes, I know that I am male and genetically inferior.

    • Clarissa Ai Ling Lee permalink*
      July 26, 2013 3:40 pm

      Hi Paul,
      If you look under the comments section of my article, I have provided the direct link to the table as another reader has also asked for it.

      Clarissa

      • Paul permalink
        July 29, 2013 2:10 pm

        Thanks Clarissa.

        Paul

  5. vsinghsblog permalink
    February 1, 2015 11:45 am

    Hi Clarissa, I was delighted to discover your blogs. i am an academic with an interest in transdisciplinarity, climate change, science fiction literature. I would love to get in touch. Thanks,
    Vandana
    vandanasingh@wordpress.com
    https://climatechange4perspectives.wordpress.com/

  6. CLee permalink*
    April 30, 2015 10:57 am

    HI Vandana,
    It is lovely to hear from you. If you are the Vandana Singh who also writes SF and is a physicist, as I am guessing from your blog, I want to say that I enjoy and appreciate your work (and I am assigning one your newish novella for my class!). I too have gotten more interested in climate change, the idea of resilience, and natural disasters, and interestingly enough, it came out of my original interest in my own humanistic approaches to thinking about quantum and high energy particle physics (for my PhD doctoral work). I look forward to following your blog and what you have to say about the issue.

    PS I am sorry for this late response. I did not get a heads-up from WordPress though it has always been very prompt in informing me of the spam comments I tend to receive, instead.

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