Faculty |Stephanie DeBoer
Assistant Professor , Department of Communication and Culture
- School of Cinema-Television, University of Southern California, 2007
Her research and teaching interests include Japanese and Chinese language film and media; global media studies; inter-Asia cultural studies; memory and transnational film/media; critical approaches to digital media in the context of globalization; and film and media’s intersection with concerns of space, place and mobility. Her work is grounded in the historical and contemporary stakes of exchange in East Asian and Asia Pacific screen media, and attentive to the dynamics through which media theory is negotiated across a range of disciplinary, critical and cultural contexts. A recent recipient of the Social Science Research Council (SSRC/JSPS) Postdoctoral Fellowship, she is currently writing a manuscript on Asia Pacific film, television and media co-productions in the second half of the twentieth century. She also has experience in the instruction and production of multimedia scholarship. Professor DeBoer is also faculty within the International Studies Program and Department of East Asian Studies.
- "Co-Producing Cross-Border Action: Technologies of Contact, Masculinity and the Asia-Pacific Border." Trans-Asia Screens. Ed. Chris Berry and Zhen Zhang. Hong Kong: University of Hong Kong Press, (forthcoming)
- "Scaling the TV Station: Fuji Television, Digital Development and Fictions of Global Tokyo." Television, Japan, Globalization. Ed. Mitsuhiro Yoshimoto et. al. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Center for Japanese Studies, (forthcoming)
- "Tokyo, Television and the Urban Imaginary." Tokyo Studies. Ed Yoshimi Shunya, Wakabayashi Mikio. Tokyo: Kinokuniya P, 2005. (Abbreviated version of the above article, written and published in Jananese.)
- "Sayon no Kane/Sayon's Bell." Ed. Justin Boyer. 24 Frames: The Cinema of Japan and Korea. London: Wallflower P, 2004. 23-31.
- Rev. of New Chinese Cinema: Challenging Representations by Sheila Cornelius and Cinema and Desire: Feminist Marxism and Cultural Politics in the Work of Dai Jinhua by Di Jinhua. Journal of Modern Literature in Chinese. July 2004.