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Indiana University Bloomington

Faculty | Stephanie DeBoer

Assistant Professor, Department of Communication and Culture

Office: 229



Stephanie DeBoer’s research and teaching interests include: transnational or global film and media studies; film and media co-production; film and media’s intersection with space, place, and location; East Asian film and media; Japanese and Chinese language film and media; inter-Asia cultural studies; memory and film/media; digital/new media and globalization; film and media theory and criticism. 

She is also affiliated with the departments of International Studies, East Asian Languages and Cultures, American Studies, and Cultural Studies.  She is currently a fellow with the “Framing the Global” initiative with the Center for the Study of Global Change at Indiana University.  This is a five-year Mellon funded initiative under which she is developing a book manuscript entitled No Hard Edges: Contingences of Chinese Digital Film, Media, Location.

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