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Amanda A. Lee

About Amanda A. Lee

I am a third-year PhD student studying sociocultural anthropology with a minor in medical anthropology. My interests include health inequities in the U.S., transnational feminist theories of care, chronic illnesses, occupational/environmental exposures and risks, public health concepts of the built environment and social determinates of health, and systemic oppression in medical institutions based on race, class, gender, and immigration status. My current research is situated in Tucson. I am also a UA Sky School Instructor and a 2020 Carson Scholar.

Pronouns: she/her

Selected Publications

Lee AA, James AS, Hunleth JM. Waiting for Care: Chronic Illness and Health System Uncertainties in the United States. Social Science & Medicine (2020).

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Master of Public Health (MPH) in Health Policy & Management, Boston University, 2015

Bachelor of Science (BS) in Molecular & Cellular Biology, University of Arizona, 2012