Lynne Lee

Dissertation Title: "Black Art in White Narratives: The Transatlantic Network of Afro-Brazilian Studies in the Early Twentieth Century"

Advisor: Fabiola López-Durán


University of Oxford, BA, English Language and Literature 

University of Chicago, MAPH (Master of Arts Program in the Humanities), Art History 


Lee specializes in Afro-Brazilian modernism and its transatlantic network. More broadly, she is interested in Afro-Latin American art and the historiography of the reception of African art in Europe and the Americas. Lee is the recipient of the Camfield Fellowship (2021-22) and the Marilyn Marrs Gillet International Travel Fellowship (2021-22). 

Major & Minor Specializations

Major: Modern and Contemporary Latin American Art

Minor: Histories and Theories of Settler Colonialism, Slavery, and Race in the Afro-Atlantic World

Awards

2022 Rice University Art History Graduate Summer Research Award

2021-2022 William A. Camfield Graduate Fellowship (Department of Modern and Contemporary Art, MFAH)

2021-2022 Rice University Humanities Research Center’s Lectures, Symposia, and Speakers Series Award

2021-2022 Rice University Art History Graduate Student Invited Speakers Award

2021-2022 Rice University Art History Graduate Summer Research Award

2021-2022 Rice University Art History Graduate Exhibition Travel Award

2020-2021 Rice University Humanities Research Center’s Lectures, Symposia, and Speakers Series Award

Publications

 

Curriculum Vitae

Lynne Lee CV