Shu Shan Lee
As a Fulbright Scholar from Taiwan, I completed my Ph.D. in political theory in the Woodrow Wilson Department of Politics at the University of Virginia. I am currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science and International Relations at Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan. My research interests include Confucian political philosophy, theories of political obligation, comparative political theory, and interview studies of the political ideas of ordinary people. These areas inspire my research, and I’m fascinated by the intersection of political theory and practice. Research aside, I also devote myself to teaching. I have taught “Introduction to Political Theory,” “Ancient Political Theory,” “Modern Political Theory,” “Confucianism and the Development of Chinese Politics,” and “Theories of Political Obligations.” If you need additional information, please contact me at email@example.com.
Lee, S., 2017 International Convention of Asia Scholars.
Political Obligation in Imperial Confucianism: the Gratitude Argument
Lee, S., 2016 24th International Political Science Association Annual Meeting. p. 1-32
Confucian Political Obligation of the People: the Argument from Gratitude
Lee, S., 2014 the Annual Conference of Midwest Political Science Association. p. 1-31
Revisiting False Consciousness: the Case of Battered Women
Lee, S., 2008 the Annual Conference of Northeastern Political Science Association, Boston. p. 1-30
Lee, S., 2006 In : Reflexion. 2, p. 287-289
Lee, S., 2005 台灣社會研究季刊. 58, p. 317-332
Shih, C., Wang, H., Li, W., Lee, S., 2004 In : Taiwanese Journal of Political Science. 20, p. 79-102
Lee, S., 2002 國立台灣大學政治系研究生論文研討會.