Ph.D., English and American Studies: The University of Chicago
M.A., English: The University of Chicago
B.A,. English: Oberlin College
Dr. Lee’s research interests include literary rhetoric, American humor (literary, oral/radio, visual), American media history (especially print and radio), and the rhetoric of science/technology (especially popular science, radio, and computer mediated communication).
Dr. Lee's recent publications include Defining “New Yorker” Humor (2000), and Garrison Keillor: A Voice of America (1991), as well as articles and essays in Communication and Cyberspace: Social Interaction in an Electronic Environment and Eye on the Future: Popular Culture Studies in the 21st Century.