Jung LeeOffice: Holmes Hall 362
Jung Lee is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Religion. He received a B.A. from Amherst, and his Ph.D. from Brown in Religious Studies. Professor Lee teaches and publishes in the areas of religious ethics, comparative ethics, East Asian religions and philosophy of religion. His recent publications include: “Dialogue on Teaching Comparatively” and In Teaching Comparison: Pedagogical Perspectives as Comparative Theory in Religious Studies, ed. by Jennifer Rapp. (under contract with AAR/Oxford University Press).
“The Rhetoric of Context: Comparative Religious Ethics and the Limits of Virtue.” Journal of Religious Ethics 43.1 (September 2013); “An Ethics of Propriety: Ritual, Roles, and Dependence in Early Confucianism.” Asian Philosophy 23.2 (May 2013): 116-129., and “Laozi.” International Encyclopedia of Ethics, ed. by Hugh LaFollette, 2935-2938. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2013. His current research project is titled “To Hold Up Half the Sky: Lived Ethics Among the Dalit Women of Nepal.”