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Posts by: Kyoo Lee

Kyoo Lee, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at John Jay College, CUNY, who also teaches courses in feminist and critical theories at the Graduate Center, CUNY, is dually trained in Continental philosophy and literary theory. She publishes widely in the intersecting fields of the theoretical Humanities such as Aesthetics, Asian American Studies, Comparative Literature/Philosophy, Continental Philosophy, Critical Race theory, Cultural Studies, Deconstruction, Feminist Philosophy, Gender Studies, Poetics, Post-phenomenology and Translation. She has been working on a series of “alterities” projects, beginning with _Reading Descartes Otherwise: Blind, Mad, Dreamy and Bad_(Fordham University Press, 2012), her first and forthcoming monograph.

Derrida, Do I Know How to Pronounce Your Name? or On Reading Monolingualism of the Other with an Accent

by Kyoo Lee • 18 May 12
Posted in: Im-possible Derrida [8] | Article