Kimberly Lee

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Dr Kimberly Lee

lee36@nsuok.edu

  • PROFESSOR
    English

Office Location

  • Tahlequah
    Seminary Hall 360
    (918) 444-3623

Bio

Dr. Kimberly Lee is a professor of English, who has taught at NSU for 10 years. She is originally from Texas, but loves Oklahoma with all her heart! She has several hobbies, including reading, travel, and photography.

Education:

  • Ph D,American Literatures,University of Nebraska-Lincoln ,,2003
Native American Literatures and Rhetorics
Native American Film and Media
American Writers of Color
Literatures of the Land
Native American Literatures and Rhetorics
Native American Film and Media
American Writers of Color
Literatures of the Land

Intellectual Content:

  • "I Do Not Apologize for the Length of this Letter": Mari Sandoz Letters on Native American Rights. (Book, Scholarly-New), Discovery, Published, , 2009
  • Indigenous Pop: Native American Music from Hip-Hop to Jazz (Book, Scholarly-New), Discovery, Published, , 2016

Courses Taught:

  • AMERICAN INDIAN WRITERS - ENGL 5463 - Fall 2020
  • NATIVE AMERICAN LITERATURE I - ENGL 4463 - Fall 2020
  • COMPOSITION PEDAGOGY I - ENGL 5313 - Fall 2020
  • CULTURAL RHETORICS - ENGL 5173 - Fall 2020
  • CUL ACT AMONG 5 CIV TRIBES - AIS 4883 - Spring 2020
  • SPECIAL TOPICS - ENGL 3923 - Spring 2020
  • SEMINAR IN ENGLISH STUDIES III - ENGL 5653 - Spring 2020
  • NAT AMER MYTHOLOGY & FOLKLORE - ENGL 4813 - Spring 2020
  • SEMINAR IN AMERICAN STUDIES - AMST 5923 - Fall 2019
  • THESIS/TEACHING PORTFOLIO - ENGL 5993 - Fall 2019
  • SPECIAL TOPICS SEMINAR - WGS 4003 - Fall 2019
  • SEMINAR IN ENGLISH STUDIES III - ENGL 5653 - Fall 2019
  • NATIVE AMERICAN FILM AND MEDIA - ENGL 4443 - Fall 2019
  • COMPOSITION PEDAGOGY I - ENGL 5313 - Fall 2019
  • ENGLISH STUDIES III - ENGL 4923 - Spring 2019
  • THESIS/TEACHING PORTFOLIO - ENGL 5993 - Spring 2019
  • SEMINAR IN ENGLISH STUDIES I - ENGL 5633 - Spring 2019
  • NATIVE AMERICAN LITERATURE II - ENGL 4473 - Spring 2019
  • FRESHMAN COMPOSITION II - ENGL 1213 - Spring 2019
  • NAT AMER MYTHOLOGY & FOLKLORE - ENGL 4813 - Fall 2013