She has had several manuscripts on these topics published in a wide variety of scholarly journals.
Caryn Murphy Senior Editor carynmurphy gmail. She teaches courses in the history and criticism of radio, television, and film.
Transnationalism and the Asian American Heroine
Her recent research focuses on television representations of race and gender. Her PhD thesis formed the basis of her first book: Markus Bohlmann Senior Editor markus. Bohlmann is a professor of English at Seneca College, Toronto. He has published in venues such as Post Script: He is the co-editor of Monstrous Children and Childish Monsters: Adrian Schober Senior Editor beatles9 optusnet.
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He is currently co-editing with Debbie Olson a two-volume collection on children in American television. His primary research interests are in Hollywood and British cinema, particularly in relation to children's cinema and television, family entertainment, and animation. He is the author of The Hollywood Family Film: Tauris, , British Children's Cinema: Tauris, and Toy Story: Animation - Key Films Bloomsbury, forthcoming. Craig is a doctoral candidate at the University of Melbourne where his research on the history of monster child films focuses on the first half of the century of cinema.
Her research marries the philosophy of Gilles Deleuze with children's literature. She is currently working on a new project on criminal children. Bak Editor meredithabak gmail.
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A second project, which concerns Augmented Reality toys, is also underway. She has also worked in museum education and taught animation, video game design, and video production. Find it at other libraries via WorldCat Limited preview.
Contributor Dong, Lan, Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index. Publisher's Summary This collection examines transnational Asian American women characters in various fictional narratives. It analyzes how certain heroines who are culturally rooted in Asian regions have been transformed and re-imagined in America, playing significant roles in Asian American literary studies as well as community life.
The interdisciplinary essays display refreshing perspectives in Asian American literary studies and transnational feminism from four continents. Nielsen Book Data Asian American women in literature. Asian American women in motion pictures.
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