Marching at Tokyo Rainbow Pride 2017
Michelle Ho (pronouns: she, her) is Assistant Professor of Feminist and Queer Cultural Studies in the Department of Communications and New Media at the National University of Singapore (NUS). She holds a Ph.D. in cultural studies and Advanced Graduate Certificate in women’s and gender studiesfrom Stony Brook University (SUNY). Her research and teaching focus broadly on issues of gender, sexuality, affect, and race in media and popular cultures in contemporary East Asia. More information can be found at: www.michellehsho.com.
For general queries about the group or if you would like to give a talk, please contact Michelle at: michelle [dot] ho [at] nus.edu.sg
Phoebe Pua (pronouns: she, her) is a doctoral candidate with the Department of English Language and Literature at the National University of Singapore. Her research bridges perspectives of film studies and feminist theory in the context of Southeast Asian cinema. She also works on topics relating to gender, sexuality, and race in popular media such as the James Bond film series. Phoebe has spoken about her work at the NUS Museum and Freedom Film Festival Singapore, and has published in Language in Society, Feminist Media Studies, Discourse, Context, and Media, and the Asian Film Archive’s Reframe series.
For queries about film screenings or if you would like to screen your film, please contact Phoebe at: phoebepua [at] u.nus.edu