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Daryl Lee


Class
  • Faculty
Position
  • Associate Professor of Humanities
Office
  • Donovan Hall 2117
Location
  • Utica, New York
Phone Number
  • (315) 792-7320
Fax Number
  • (315) 792-7503
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Associate Professor of Humanities
Program Coordinator, B.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies
Recipient, SUNY Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2012-13


Research:

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My research interests include:

  • Cultural and critical theory
  • Cultural formations of modernity
  • Discourses of suicide
  • Contemporary technological culture

Publications:

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Lee, Daryl, ed.  The History of Suicide in England, 1650-1850, vols. 7-8.  London: Pickering and Chatto, 2013.

Lee, Daryl.  "Lost in Translation: Autonomy, Agency, and Cybernetic Anxiety from Apollo to The Six Million Dollar Man."  In Space and Time: Essays on Visions of History in Science Fiction and Fantasy Television.  Eds. David C. Wright, Jr. and Allan W. Austin.  Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2010.

Lee, Daryl.  "Accounting for Self-Destruction: Morselli, Moral Statistics, and the Modernity of Suicide."  Intellectual History Review 19:3 (November 2009), pp. 337-352.


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My current project explores the potential of DIY and maker culture for encouraging a campus culture of creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship.  For more information, visit the MakeIT at SUNYIT website.


Presentations:

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Lee, Daryl, Amos Confer, and Mohammed Abdallah.  "STEAM-Powered Innovation: The MakeIT at SUNYIT Creativity and Innovation Initiative."  Provost's Lecture Series, SUNYIT, October 35, 2013.

 

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