A Brief Bio
Emily S. Lee was born in South Korea before her family immigrated to the United States where she currently lives. Emily is the chair of the department of Philosophy at California State University at Fullerton. Her research interests include feminist philosophy, philosophy of race and phenomenology. She has extensively published articles on phenomenology and epistemology in regards to the embodiment of women of color. Emily is the editor of Living Alterities: Phenomenology, Embodiment and Race. In her writing, Emily introduces and explores the relation between race and phenomenology through varied African American, Latina, Asian American, and White American perspectives. Her essays examine the ways in which the relation between phenomenology and race acts as a site of racial meaning.