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美國芝加哥大學 (The University of Chicago)音樂學博士，美國波士頓新英格蘭音樂學院 (New England Conservatory) 小提琴演奏碩士、音樂學碩士、小提琴演奏學士。現任東海大學音樂學系助理教授。進入東海大學任教前，曾於芝加哥大學的義大利歌劇研究中心擔任博士後實習，並曾任教於美國芝加哥帝博大學 (DePaul University)、芝加哥大學、台灣國立台北科技大學。研究領域為歐洲歌劇、絃樂曲目發展與接受史、浪漫時期德國哲學、神學與音樂之關聯、及跨藝術研究（世紀末音樂、文學與美術）。教授課程包括西洋音樂史，音樂美學，音樂資源利用與寫作，絃樂曲目與風格研究，專題：浪漫音樂，專題：古典、浪漫器樂中的即興演奏，當代文化思想與理論：East-West Encounter，通識：西方音樂概論，通識：音樂與歐洲文化史（1750至現代），通識：音樂與敘事。
Feng-Shu Lee received her Ph. D. in music history and theory from the University of Chicago (2011). She received her Master of Music in musicology (2003), Master of Music in violin performance (2002), and Bachelor of Music (2000) in violin performance from the New England Conservatory (Boston, MA). She is currently an assistant professor in musicology at Tunghai University (Taichung, Taiwan). Before arriving at Tunghai University, she served as a postdoctoral intern at the University of Chicago’s Center for Italian Opera Studies, and taught at the University of Chicago, DePaul University, and the National Taipei University of Technology. Her research interests include opera history; reception history of string repertoire; Romantic music, German philosophy, and theology; and the relationship between fin-de-siècle music, literature, and fine arts. Her teaching interests include the history of Western art music, music aesthetics, music bibliography, string literature, a seminar on Romantic music, a seminar on instrumental music and improvisation, a seminar on East-West Encounter in music, architecture, and fine arts; and music appreciation courses such as Introduction to Western Art Music, Music in European Civilization (1750-present), and Music and Narrativity.