Women’s life histories
Karen V. Lee, Ph.D. is Lecturer, Faculty Advisor, Area Coordinator, and co-founder of the Teaching Initiative for Music Educators cohort (TIME), at the Faculty of Education, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B. C., Canada. Her research interests include issues of memoir, autoethnography, poetic inquiry, performance ethnography, creative-relational inquiry, women’s life histories, writing practices, music/teacher education, and arts-based approaches to qualitative research. Her doctoral dissertation was a book of short stories titled Riffs of Change: Musicians Becoming Music Educators. She is teacher, writer, musician, teacher/music educator, and researcher. Currently, she teaches undergraduate and graduate students at the university in both traditional and online contexts alongside her academic and scholarly writing pursuits. In 2020, she received the Killam Teaching prize.
Lee, K.V. & Gouzouasis, P. (2016). Suicide is painless: An autoethnography of tragedy. LEARNing Landscapes, 9(2), 339-350 (FA).
Lee, K. V. (2010a). Miscarriage. Families, Systems, and Health, 28(2), 194.
Lee, K. V. (2010b). An Autoethnography: Music Therapy after Laser Eye Surgery. Qualitative Inquiry,16(4), 244-248.
Gouzouasis, P. & Lee, K.V. (2009). The Cage: Stuff, Tunes, Tales. Reflective Practice, 10(2), 173-178.
Lee, K. V. (2009a). Georgie’s Girl : last conversation with my father. In P. Chamberlayne & M. Smith, (Eds.). Art, Creativity and Imagination in Social Work Practice. (pp.31-38). New York, NY:Routledge.
Wu Yue Yue & Lee, K.V. (January, 2008). The Inspire from Courses of Music Education in Canada, Journal of Music Inditing, Music Association, China
Gouzouasis, P. & Lee, K.V. (2008). Sticky Knot Danish. In J. G. Knowles, S. Promislow & A. L. Cole, (Eds.). Creating Scholartistry: Imagining the Arts-informed Thesis or Dissertation* (pp. 15-25. Vol. 4, Arts-informed Inquiry Series). Halifax, NS & Toronto, ON: Backalong Books & The Centre for Arts-informed Research.
Lee, K. V. (2008a). Myrt’s Kitchen. Journal of Loss and Trauma, International Perspectives on Stress & Coping, 13(6), 541-546.
Lee, K. V. (2008b). A Neophyte about Online Teaching: Almost Done. Qualitative Inquiry, 14(7), 1180-1186.
Lee, K. V. (2008c) Scrabble: An Autoethnography about Adoption. Iowa Journal of Communication, 40(1&2),115-125.
Lee, K. V. (2008d). White Whispers. Qualitative Inquiry, 14(6), 896-890.