Personal Office Hours:
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10:00-12noon And by appointment
Prof. Shelley Lee
- Bachelor of Arts, University of California, Berkeley, 1997
- Master of Arts, Stanford University, 2000
- Doctor of Philosophy, Stanford University, 2005
Shelley Lee is a scholar of Asian American history, with broader interests in immigration, race relations, and urban history. She is the author of Claiming the Oriental Gateway: Prewar Japanese America (Temple UP 2011) and A New History of Asian America (Routledge 2013). Forthcoming works include an edited anthology in Korean American studies (Brill), a second edition of A New History, and book about Korean Americans in Los Angeles from the 1960s to 1990s. Recently, she became co-editor of the Asian American History and Culture series at Temple University Press, and has been writing op-eds on various topics for Salon, Truthout, and Inside Higher Ed.