Christopher Lee sits with his computer in the background

Christopher Lee

A Washington Post columnist quotes Christopher Lee, associate professor of history and Africana studies, in a story about jet lag.

In 2017, Lee wrote a book “Jet Lag,” in which he explores the idea of jet lag as part of a broader phenomenon: the ongoing exhaustion and stress we feel in our technology-pervasive, fast-tracked world.

“One way of thinking about jet lag is that it is part of a broader pattern of technological innovation and time acceleration in the present,” Lee told the Post.

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