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Lee 1 Curriculum Vitae MICHEL SUNHAE LEE 2505 University Avenue Stop A3700 Religious Studies - BUR 533, Austin, TX 78712 | 209 485 2733 EDUCATION 2014-2019 The University of Texas at Austin (expected) Ph.D. Candidate, Religious Studies -
  Lee 1 Curriculum Vitae MICHEL SUNHAE LEE 2505 University Avenue Stop A3700 Religious Studies - BUR 533, Austin, TX 78712 | 209 485 2733 EDUCATION 2014-2019 (expected) The University of Texas at Austin Ph.D. Candidate, Religious Studies - Religion in the Americas Dissertation: “ Contesting the Sabbath: A History of Weekly Sacred Times in America, 1848- 1920”  Committee: Jennifer Graber (supervisor), Chad Seales, Robert Abzug, Virginia Garrard, Jonathan Schofer, Laurie Maffly-Kipp 2016 The University of Texas at Austin  M.A., Religious Studies 2013 Stanford University M.A., History - East Asia 2013 Stanford University B.A., East Asian Studies & History - United States 2011, 2012 Ewha Womans University Korean Intensive Courses AWARDS AND HONORS 2018 The Autry Museum of the American West Visiting Scholar Fellowship Young Center for Anabaptist and Pietist Studies Visiting Scholar Award James and Sylvia Thayer Short-Term Research Fellowship at UCLA Library Special Collections University of Southern California Wallis Annenberg Research Grant 2017 A.W. Mellon Fellowship in Technology-Enhanced Learning (declined due to schedule conflict) Professional Development Award, Office of Graduate Studies, UT Austin 2015-2017 College of Liberal Arts Thematic Recruitment Fellowship, UT Austin 2016 Gray Fellowship, UT Austin 2015 Conference Travel Grant, Department of Religious Studies, UT Austin 2014 Annual Research and Travel Grant, Department of Religious Studies, UT Austin (2014-2019)  Lee 2 2012 Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Summer Language Fellowship, U.S. Department of Education and Center for East Asian Studies, Stanford University 2011 Center for East Asian Studies Undergraduate Language Fellowship, Stanford University Undergraduate Advising and Research Major Grant, Stanford University (declined for FLAS) 2007-2008 Boothe Prize Nominee, Stanford University 2007 National Merit Fellowship PUBLICATIONS “Davidian  Seventh-Day Adventists  —Shepherd’s   Rod,”   “Henry,  Sarepta Myrenda (Irish), ”  and “Starr,  Lillis Wood.”    Encyclopedia of Seventh-day Adventists , General Conference Office of Archives, Statistics, and Research (forthcoming). Review of Christopher M. Driscoll, White Lies: Race and Uncertainty in the Twilight of American  Religion  (Routledge, 2015).  Journal of Ritual Studies  (forthcoming). “L ouis Althusser  ’s   ‘ Interpellation ’  and the Subject.”    Not Even Past.  The University of Texas at Austin History Department. May 18, 2015. PRESENTATIONS 2018 “Not  Resting from Labor: Alternate Meanings of the Sabbath in Late 19 th -c. Minority and Majority Religious Practice.”  Panel on “Religion  in America: Missionizing and Kindness  –   At Home and Abroad.”  2018 AAR Western Region, Berkeley, CA. March 23-25 (scheduled). “ Sacred Time and Sabbath-keeping in Late 19 th -c. American Culture. ”  Situating Adventist History Conference, Takoma Park/Silver Spring, MD. January 8-9. 2017 “The  Unity of Cyclical and Linear Time: Sabbath, Eschatology, and Pain in 19 th -c. Seventh-day Adventist Thought.”  Panel on “Sacred  Time in Judaism and Seventh-day Adventism.”  2017 American Academy of Religion, Boston, MA,  November 18-21. “Sacred  Time in 19 th -century American Protestant Religious  Narrations.”  Luther Conference, Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI, October 31-November 3. “Sabbath  in the Garden: Sacred Time and Sacred Space at California Colleges (1851- 1900).”  Panel on “Constructing  California Institutions.”  2017 California American Studies Association, CSU Long Beach, April 28-29. Respondent. G. Howard Miller Undergraduate Panel in Religious Studies. “Embodiment,  Corporeality, and the Senses in Religion”  Conference,  Lee 3 Department of Religious Studies and Graduate Committee for the Study of Religion, UT Austin, April 9. “A  Day for ‘All  Sorts of Wickedness’:  Purity and Sabbath-Keeping in California (1851- 1900).”  Panel on “Religion  in America - California Religion and the California Body .”  AAR Western Region, Rosemead, Calif., March 17-19. 2016 “ California Dreams and Moral Visions: Regulation of Student Religious Life at California Institutions of Higher Education, 1851- 1935.”  Panel on “Innovative  Approaches to the History of Christianity.”  Southwest Commission on Religious Studies, Irving, Texas, March 13. 2015 “ The Macedonian Call: Regional, Religious, and Political Identities at the Austin School of Theology (1882- 1895).”  Andrews Research Conference for Early Career Researchers, Andrews University, May 15. 2012 “ Mapping Maleficence: Patterns of Criminality in Rio de Janeiro (1878, 1905). ”  Poster presentation with GIS research team members. Stanford Spatial History Lab. 2011 “ The Gospel Above All: American Seventh-day Adventist Missionaries in Korea (1904- 1920).”  Invited presentation. History 209S Capstone Lunches, Stanford University, May 25. TEACHING EMPLOYMENT Loma Linda University, Instructor of Record Loma Linda Perspectives (distance course) Winter 2018, Fall 2017 Christian Theology and Popular Culture (distance course) Winter 2018, Spring 2017, Winter 2017 University of Texas at Austin, Teaching Assistant Biomedicine, Ethics, and Culture Fall 2017 History of Religion in the United States Spring 2015 Religion and Family in Japanese Society Fall 2014 Ouachita Hills College, Lecturer  U.S. History from 1865 to Present Spring 2014 Christian Ethics Spring 2014 American Government Spring 2014 U.S. History to 1865 Fall 2013 Global Cultural Geography Fall 2013 OTHER EMPLOYMENT 2013 Research Assistant on John Birch Society and Ezra Taft Benson to Professor Jennifer Burns, Department of History, Stanford University SERVICE TO THE PROFESSION 2017- Book List Contributor,  Religion in American History (RiAH) Blog  Lee 4 2016-2017 Secretary, Graduate Committee for the Study of Religion, UT Austin 2015-2017 Religious Studies Representative, Graduate Student Assembly, UT Austin 2017 Outstanding Graduate Teaching 2016-2017 Selection Committee, UT Austin Graduate Student Representative, Department of Religious Studies, UT Austin 2014 Founder and Organizer, College Research Fair, Ouachita Hills College 2013 Founder and Organizer, College Research Symposium, Ouachita Hills College 2011-2012 Panelist, Organizational Conduct Board, Stanford University 2010-2011 Co-Editor-in-Chief,  Herodotus  (History Department Undergraduate Research Journal), Stanford University 2010-2011 Public Policy Forum Committee Member, Stanford in Government LANGUAGES Spanish (reading knowledge) Korean (reading knowledge) Portuguese (beginner reading knowledge) Japanese (one year college instruction) American Sign Language (one year college instruction) MEMBERSHIPS American Academy of Religion American Historical Association American Society of Church History UT Austin Graduate Committee for the Study of Religion Last updated 4 February 2018
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