Seul Lee is a Ph.D. candidate whose research interests include 20th and 21st century postcolonial and transnational literature, women and gender studies, and ethical theory.
- 20th and 21st Century Studies
- Gender and Sexuality Studies
- Transnational Literatures
- “Indispensable yet Expendable: Family Care and Outsourcing an Alternative Kinship,” ASAC, Oakland, October 2018.
- “The Modernity of the Progressive Nations: Right Claims and the Mobilization of Minority Subjects in Paper Dolls and The Ministry of Utmost Happiness,” ACLA, Los Angeles, March 2018.
- “Fear of Degeneration: the Contradictory Effects of Hedonism,” VISAWUS, Austin, September 2016.
- “Gothic Element and its Function in Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Grey,” Modern English Society of Korea (MESK) Spring Conference, Daejeon, April 2014.
- “The Art of Vision, the Art of Memory, and Happiness,” A Passage to Heaven, Eds. Park Hanui et al. Chungnam National University Press, 2011.
- Women’s and Gender Studies Certificate, Texas A& M University, 2017
- Graduate Assistant Teacher, English Department, Texas A&M University (2015-present)
- Women’s and Gender Studies Graduate Travel Award, April 2018