Peggy Lee

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Headshot of Peggy Lee in 2014 standing in front of a plant and an orange wall.

Graduate Student Instructor

Surface Mail: 505 S. State Street | 3722 Haven Hall
Ann Arbor MI 48109-1045

Office Location(s): 3504 Haven Hall
Phone: 734.615.2632

  • Affiliation(s)
    • American Culture doctoral program
    • Asian/Pacific Islander American Studies
  • Fields of Study
    • Sexual Violence and Race
    • State Violence & Therapeutic and Healing Discourses
    • Decoloniality and Affect Studies
    • Transnational Feminisms
    • Queer Feminist of Color Cultural Productions
    • Critical Ethnography and Oral History
  • About

    Peggy Lee is a doctoral student at the department of American Culture. Her work is interested in queer and feminist anti-violence organizing, feminist of color cultural productions, and the nexus of therapeutic discourses, healing, and the state. She is a writer and poet, and past recipient of the Asian American Writer’s Workshop Open City Fellowship. As a scholar, she is invested in community/narrative-centered methods like critical ethnography and oral history. She has used them in various academic/community projects: from gathering oral histories of long-time Manhattan Chinatown residents to helping facilitate intergenerational Brooklyn youth and elder interviews to build more resilient planning capacities in wake of increased climate emergencies. She received her M.A. in Performance Studies at New York University and B.A. in Women’s Studies at UC Santa Barbara.

  • Education
    • B.A., University of California Santa Barbara
    • M.A., New York University