In my research, I examine formations of gender, sexuality, race, class, and nation, considering how these are defined and contested through media and culture. I am interested in television and new media as significant forms of visual culture and as sites of ongoing economic, cultural, and technological transformations.  I am also examining how performance and art spaces provide sites for cultural and political expression, particularly when other media domains are more constrained.  My current research takes a global perspective in considering the productive tensions associated with the transnational circulation of cultural agents, texts, and ideas, with a focus on Southeast Asia.


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