Lee Medovoi is a Professor and Head of the Department of English at the University of Arizona. A graduate of the Ph.D. program in Modern Thought and Literature at Stanford University, he was the founding director of the Portland Center for Public Humanities and is currently a member of the PMLA editorial board. He is the author of Rebels: Youth and the Cold War Origins of Identity (Duke 2005), and has published numerous articles on global American studies, biopolitical theory, ecocriticism, and critical race studies. He has published on environmental issues in such journals as Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies, Mediations, New Formations, and Comparative Literature. He is the principal investigator for a collaborative, three-year Mellon Foundation research grant through the Consortium of Humanities Center and Institutes on the topic of "Religion, Secularism, and Political Belonging in a Global Age."
“Sustainability.” Fueling Culture: Energy, History, Politics. Eds. Imre Szeman, Jennifer Wentzel, Patricia Yaeger. Forthcoming, Fordham University Press. Fall 2014.
"Remediation as Pharmikon." Comparative Literature 66.1 (2014): 15-24. “A Contribution to the Critique of Political Ecology: Sustainability as Disavowal.” New Formations. Special issue on “New Enclosures” Edited by Ashley Dawson. 69 (Summer 2010). 129-143.
“The Biopolitical Unconscious.” Mediations, 24:2 (Winter 2010).