This article was published at the International Journal of the Creative Arts in Interdisciplinary Practice blog, Arts Crossing Borders. Dr. Lee was also a contributor to the book, Creative Arts in Humane Medicine, Editor C.L. McLean, publisher Brush Education (dist. University of Toronto Press)
"....what education achieves cognitively, art does emotionally—and with most problems facing us now originating in humans, we see that we are in great need of collective emotional healing. In this context, it does not help that we marginalize artists from “Bohemia” to misery—a distant cry from the position of scholar official—for the suffering of artists often foreshadows the suffering of a whole civilization."
'Making Sense,' to bring together the arts, the sciences, and the practical disciplines.
 Cf. Scarry, Elaine. On Beauty and Being Just. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1999.