Single-authored Monographs 
Lee, K. (2012). Reading Descartes Otherwise: Blind, Mad, Dreamy, and Bad. Fordham University Press

Edited or Co-edited Volumes 
  • Lee, K. and Ronald Sundstrom. (Ed.). (2014). Xenophobia & Racism. Critical Philosophy of Race (Vol. 2, Issue 1). Spr 2014. Penn State UP.
  • Lee, A. M. C. a. K. (Ed.). (2011). SafeWSQ: Women's Studies Quarterly (Vol. 39). New York: The Feminist Press.

Articles in Peer-reviewed Journals
  • Lee, K (2018). “A Close-up: On U, The Reader InOutside.” Theoretical Studies in Literature and Art. May 2018. Shanghai, China: East China Normal University Press.
  • Lee, K (2018). “Dear Jackie, Thank You for Your Letter; Or IOU a Letter, a Translogopoethic Note,” Derrida Today (Volume 11, Issue 1). May 2018. Edinburgh, UK: Edinburgh University Press.
  • Lee, K. a. A. M. C. (2011). Introduction: Safe. WSQ: Women's Studies Quarterly, 39(1), 14-27.

Book Chapters
  • [Forthcoming] ““You People,” See How iRace: “Second” Consciousness, Counter-theorizing its Philopoethics with Claudia Rankine,” Race and Phenomenology: An Anthology. Emily Lee (ed). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield. Spring/Fall 2018
  • [Forthcoming] Entry on “Language” in Bloomsbury Companion to Feminist Theory. Robin Goodman (Ed.). London, UK: Bloomsbury Publishing. Spring/Fall 2018 
  • Lee, K. (2017). “Second Languaging The Second Sex, Its Conceptual Genius: A Translingual Contemporization of « On ne naît pas femme: on le devient.»,” Nancy Bauer and Laura Hengehold (Eds.), A Companion to Simone de Beauvoir (pp. 500-513). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing. Fall 2017
  • Lee, K. (2017). “Just Throw Like a Bleeding Philosopher: Menstrual Pauses & Poses, Betwixt Hypatia & Bhubaneswari, Half-Visible, Almost Illegible,” in Dorothea Olkowski and Helen Fielding (Eds.), Feminist Phenomenology Futures (pp. 21-46). Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press. 
  • Lee, K. (2017). “An Eco-Echo-Philopoetics of Dialog & Place: Why & When Should Language Alert & Alter Itself?” in Bruce Janz (Ed.), Place, Space and Hermeneutics (pp. 49-59). NY, NY: Springer Publishing. 
  • Lee, K. (2017). “Afterword: To be Queer Being to Queer It …” in Laura Kina and Jan Christian Bernabe (Eds.), Queering Contemporary Asian American Art (pp. 192-94), Seattle, WA: University of Washington Press. 
  • Lee, K. (2013). Mutated Fables of God in the Philosophy of René: A Mini-Narrative Analysis of "A, or The, or Him, or It, or All But ... In Cristal Huang, Philippe Roussin et al. (eds.), Philosophy, Sign and Narrative (pp. 179-198). 哲學‧符號‧敘事. Taipei, Taiwan: Bookman Books. 
  • Lee, K. (2013). Chinese Translation of Mutated Fables of God in the Philosophy of René: A Mini-Narrative Analysis of "A, or The, or Him, or It, or All But ...  笛卡爾哲學中之…:「一個,或這個,或祂,或它或所有的但唯獨…」的迷你的敘事分析. In Cristal Huang (Translator), Philippe Roussin et al. (eds.), Philosophy, Sign and Narrative (pp. 168-178). 哲學‧符號‧敘事. Taipei, Taiwan: Bookman Books.
  • Lee, K. (2005). Kierkegaard. In G. Claeys (Ed.), Encyclopedia of nineteenth-century thought (pp. 258-262). London ; New York: Routledge.

Book Reviews

  • Lee, K (2017), “Getting There,” Accompanying Text/Short Story on PIRAEUS/HETEROTOPIA, 4th First Forward Festival, Onassis Cultural Center, Athens, Greece, May 2017.
  • Lee, K (2016), “AMBILINGUAL: WriteEntanglish, goAmbilingual, No Dump(l)ing| Philopoetic InOutsiding in Times of reBordering,” Supplement 1 (1): 86-90. Launch Issue. Creative Writing Program. PA: University of Pennsylvania and Materialist Press. 
  • Lee, K (2015). Raw Raw, Eat Your News, “In the Spirit of a Sestina.” MusingWith: Kimiko Hahn. Asian American Literary Review, Spring 2015, Crownsville, MD.
  • Lee, K (2014). Interview with Vanessa Place. Annotational Contribution. The White Review, Fall 2014. Online Exclusive. London, UK.
  • Lee, K (2013). “Had He Lived Always among the Chinese or with Savages”: A Musing on a “Chinese” Descartes of Modernity in the Discourse on Method. CUNY Forum, 1(1), 33-38. AAARI-CUNY.
  • Lee, K. (2006). Secret Wars I: Launching an Investigation into One Different Hitchcock While Working through Cohen’s Hitchcock’s Cryptonymies Vol. I & II [Electronic Version]. Naked Punch Online Edition. Retrieved January 31, 2008 from