Columbia University Sociologist Jennifer Lee
I’m Surprised by How Much Sleep I Need When I See People in Person
Jennifer Lee is the Julian Clarence Levi Professor of Social Sciences at Columbia University. She researches the implications of contemporary U.S. immigration—particularly Asian immigration—from a variety of lenses. In advance of the Zócalo event, “Is There Still Merit in a Merit-Based System?,” she discussed the joy and exhaustion of seeing people in person and what’s on her (vegan) Thanksgiving table.