About

Tara Lee completed a PhD (Simon Fraser University) in Asian Canadian literature, with field specialties in Canadian Literature and eighteenth-century British Literature. Previous to joining ASRW, she taught in the Department of English Language and Literatures, as well as in the Department of Wood Science in the Faculty of Forestry. Her teaching and research interests include critical race studies, techno/new media studies, dystopian literature, young adult literature, and Canadian literature. She also holds a BComm (Accounting) and works as a freelance journalist, broadcaster, and copywriter.


Tara Lee

Lecturer

Tara Lee completed a PhD (Simon Fraser University) in Asian Canadian literature, with field specialties in Canadian Literature and eighteenth-century British Literature. Previous to joining ASRW, she taught in the Department of English Language and Literatures, as well as in the Department of Wood Science in the Faculty of Forestry. Her teaching and research interests include critical race studies, techno/new media studies, dystopian literature, young adult literature, and Canadian literature. She also holds a BComm (Accounting) and works as a freelance journalist, broadcaster, and copywriter.

Tara Lee

Lecturer

Tara Lee completed a PhD (Simon Fraser University) in Asian Canadian literature, with field specialties in Canadian Literature and eighteenth-century British Literature. Previous to joining ASRW, she taught in the Department of English Language and Literatures, as well as in the Department of Wood Science in the Faculty of Forestry. Her teaching and research interests include critical race studies, techno/new media studies, dystopian literature, young adult literature, and Canadian literature. She also holds a BComm (Accounting) and works as a freelance journalist, broadcaster, and copywriter.