Lee Lines

Dr. Lee Lines
Professor of Environmental Studies and Chair
407-628-6377
llines@rollins.edu

 

Professional Interests:

Physical geography, sustainable development, food and sustainability, tropical environments, appropriate scale, western North America.

 

Education:

Ph.D. in Geography Arizona State University (1995)
M.A. in Geography University of Florida (1989)
B.A. in Geography University of Florida (1987)

 

Teaching Awards:

Cornell Distinguished Teaching Award, Rollins College – 2012
Diane and Michael Maher Chair of Distinguished Teaching – 2006 to 2011
Hugh McKean Award – 2009

 

Recent Courses:

Food, Culture, and Environment ENV 350
Conservation of Biodiversity ENV 323Costa Rica
American Rivers ENV 305L
Senior Seminar in Environmental Studies ENV 413
Environment and Development in the Andes ENV 305
The Geosphere ENV 130

 

Field-­‐based Teaching Experience:

Costa Rica (May 2012, Jan 2001, Feb 1998, Mar 1997)
Oregon (Oct 2012, Oct 2009 and May 2005)
California (Oct 2007)
Ecuador (May 2009)
Dominica (Jan 2002 and July 1999)
Southern Utah (May 1999)
Peruvian Amazon (Jan 2003, Jan 1999, Jan 1998)
Vietnam and Singapore (May 2006)

 

Recent Scholarship:

Klepek, James and Barry Allen and Lee Lines. Traditional Agricultural Landscapes: An Emerging Paradigm for World Heritage (Research Poster).  American Society for Environmental History Annual Meeting, San Francisco, 2014.

The Aesthetics of Scale (Museum Exhibition). Rachel Simmons and Lee Lines, Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando, FL, March-April 2013.

Chambliss, Julian, Lee Lines and Rachel Simmons. Interdisciplinary Collaboration: Exploring the Benefits and Challenges of Two Working Models. School of Visual Arts: Twenty-seventh Annual National Conference on Liberal Arts and the Education of Artists, New York, 2013.

Lines, Lee and Rachel Simmons. Visual Narratives of Scale and Sustainability.  School of Visual Arts: Twenty-sixth Annual National Conference on Liberal Arts and the Education of Artists, New York, 2012.

Lines, Lee, Rachel Simmons and Moriah Russo. 2011. Art and Environmental Design in the Icelandic Landscape. Proceedings of the Twenty-fifth Annual National Conference on Liberal Arts and the Education of Artists: School ofVisual Arts.