Jamie A. Lee

Assistant Professor of Digital Culture, Information and Society in the School of Information, The University of Arizona

Jamie A. Lee, Ph.D., is an Assocaite Professor of Digital Culture, Information, and Society, School of Information at University of Arizona.  They attend to critical archival theory and methodologies, multimodal media-making contexts, storytelling, and ongoing analyses of the ways archives and bodies are mutually constitutive. Their work is intricately woven through the intersections of archival studies, media studies, digital and visual culture, information, and society. As an award-winning social justice filmmaker, they founded Arizona’s first LGBTQI archives, Arizona Queer Archives, and the Digital Storytelling & Oral History Lab (DS|OH Lab) to inquire into the embodied elements of storytelling as method. They are also Co-PI on the Climate Alliance Mapping Project, CAMP, which is a collaborative counter-mapping project to display scientific climate data together with geo-referenced digital stories from communities throughout the Americas experiencing disequal effects of energy production. 

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