In her latest book, Lee offers an original analysis of the roots of the beliefs and rituals linked to the most popular saints in the Philippines during the period of early Spanish rule. Looking at iconic figures including Santo Niño de Cebu and Our Lady of Caysasay, Lee traces their relevance in the lives of devotees. Saints of Resistance (Oxford University Press) ultimately reveals how devotional imagery was used to reshape cultural expressions of dissidence, resistance, and survival.