Originally from Canada, she began her academic journey in the sciences and obtained a BS.c. in Physics from the University of British Columbia. She explored other areas of interest after graduation, working as a federal parliamentary intern and obtaining a M.A. in English Literature from Concordia University. Her experience in the physical sciences, the arts, and politics combined with her background in critical theory and creative research practice allows her to work across and within numerous disciplines and faculties.

In her free time, she enjoys rock climbing, going to comedy shows and playing with her cat.


Jaime Lee is always available for side collaborations and talks worldwide. If you want to chat about technology, algorithmic bias, cats, or anything else, don’t hesitate in reaching out.


“Textiles and Technology: Needlework in Networked Spaces as Feminist Praxis.” Feminist Digital Humanities. Eds. Susan Schreibman and Lisa Rhody. University of Illinois Press. (Forthcoming)

“Response to Methodological Perspectives.” Challenges and Perspectives of Hate Speech Analysis. Eds. Martin Emmer, Joachim Trebbe, Sünje Paasch-Colberg and Christian Strippel. Digital Communication Research. Co-authored with Zeerak Talat.

“Echo Chambers of Paranoid Knowledge: On Cyberwar Epistemology,” Discourse 44, no.3. Co-authored with Svitlana Matviyenko.

“Breaking the blackbox: Recovering female labor through circuit bending ROM chips,” Ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology, no. 13 (2018). 

“Gaga over Google: Problematizing Democratization of Information in Capitalist Communication,” Media Development 12, no. 3 (2017): 16-20.

“Computers, Comics and Cult Status: A Forensics of Digital Graphic Novels,” Digital Humanities Quarterly 8, no. 3 (2014).