Lee, Yeseung (ed.) (2020) Surface and Apparition: The Immateriality of Modern Surface. London; New York: Bloomsbury. ISBN: 9781350130449.
Lee, Yeseung (2019) 'Eyes in the skin I live in: The incorporation of surveillance in mediatized culture', Fashion Theory: The Journal of Dress, Body and Culture. DOI: 10.1080/1362704X.2019.1697509.
Lee, Yeseung (2019) 'The Textilesphere: The threshold of everyday contacts', TEXTILE: Cloth and Culture 18 (2): 160–179. DOI:10.1080/14759756.2019.1652429.
(2018) 'Textilesphere: To mark is to be marked', In: Textile and Place (Manchester Metropolitan University, 13 April)
(2018) Apparition: The (Im)materiality of Modern Surface (conference, De Montfort University, 9 March) [conference convened, organized, hosted]
(2017) ‘Rethinking luxury through the handmade’, In: Animate Objects: Encounters between People and Things (Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, 13 October)
Lee, Yeseung (2016) Seamlessness: Making and (Un)Knowing in Fashion Practice, Bristol; Chicago: Intellect. ISBN: 9781783206421.
(2016) ‘The Authentic Surface: Making Garments, Selves and Others’, In: In Pursuit of Luxury (CUNY & LIM College, New York, 6 May)
Lee, Yeseung (2016) ‘Seaming, Writing and Making Strange: Between material and text’, Studies in Material Thinking, 14.
Lee, Yeseung (2015) ‘The Ambiguity of Seamlessness: The Skin Ego and the materiality of fashion’, Critical Studies in Fashion and Beauty, 6: 1, pp. 75–93. DOI: 10.1386/csfb.6.1.75_1.
Lee, Yeseung (2015) ‘Seaming Hands: The Meaning and Value of the Handmade in Contemporary Fashion’, Luxury: History, Culture, Consumption, 2: 1, pp. 61–80. DOI: 10.1080/20511817.2015.11428565.
(2014) ‘Seaming, Writing and Making Strange: Between material and text’, In: The Art of Research V: Experience, Materiality, Articulation (Aalto University, Helsinki, 27 November)
(2014) ‘The Poetics of Self-fashioning: Between nonsense and meaning’, In: Fashion in Fiction: Style Stories and Transglobal Narratives (City University of Hong Kong, 12 June)
(2014) ‘The Skin, the Garment Surface and the Production of Modern Magic’, In: Association of Art Historians 40th Anniversary Annual Conference (Royal College of Art. London, 11 April)