Daniel D. Lee
Office: HUM 2075
Daniel Lee is a Ph.D. candidate working in early modern literature and science. His dissertation explores the semantic and discursive relationships between literary experience and scientific experiment in early modernity, and how seventeenth-century English poetry and natural philosophy inflect, reflect, and deflect each other in the works of Francis Bacon, John Donne, Thomas Browne, and John Milton. Related interests include the history of science and technology, political theology, and rhetoric. He received his BA in English from Dartmouth College.