Cultural Studies in Asia

Cluster Members

Members

Name
Research Area
Prof CHUA Beng Huat
(Cluster Leader)
East Asian popular culture, multiculturalism in Singapore
Dr LEE Fiona Hsiao Yen
Modern/contemporary literature and visual media in Southeast Asia; Postcolonial/transnational literature; Postcolonial, critical race, feminist, and queer theories
Dr ZAMAN Tabassum
Urban discourse in Asia; everyday place making practices; popular culture and communication; cinema and literature

Associates

Name
Department and Organisation
A/P HOLDEN Philip
Department of English Language & Literature, National University of Singapore
A/P TEO Stephen
Wee Kim Wee School of Communication & Information, NTU
A/P WEE Wan Ling
Department of English, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, NTU
Dr CHAN Brenda
Wee Kim Wee School of Communication & Information, NTU
Dr LIEW Kai Khiun
Wee Kim Wee School of Communication & Information, NTU
Dr SHAMOON Deborah
Department of Japanese Studies, National University of Singapore

Former Members and Visitors

Name
Research Areas and Topics While at ARI
Dr LI Luzhou
Digital culture; global media and cultural industries; media and cultural policy; media history and political economy; popular culture; television studies
Dr JUNG Sun
South Korean popular cultures and online youth cultures, social media
A/Prof PHU Thy
Cultural politics of visuality
Prof CHEAH Pheng
Department of Rhetoric, University of California at Berkeley
Prof De Koninck Rodolphe
Agrarian and environmental issues in Southeast Asia
Prof LARSON Wendy
Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures, University of Oregon
Prof LAVIN Maud
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Prof MORRIS Meaghan
University of Sydney, Australia
Prof ROY Anjali
Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur Department of Humanities and Social Sciences
Prof VICKERS Adrian Hassall
Southeast Asian historiography, cultural history
Prof WINTER Timothy Clifton
Heritage diplomacy in Asia; Urban sustainability, air-conditioning, and the viability of tradition based low-carbon alternatives in Southeast Asia and the Arabian Gulf
A/P CHENG Yinghong
Department of History, Political Science and Philosophy; College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences; Delaware State University
A/P CHING Leo
Department of Asian & Middle Eastern Studies, Duke University
A/P Duong Lan Phuong
A/P FERZACCA Steve
Department of Anthropology, University of Lethbridge
A/P LAM Mariam Beevi
Comparative Literature and Southeast Asian Studies, University of California-Riverside
A/P MANKEKAR Purnima
Departments of Gender Studies and Asian American Studies, UCLA
A/P PILLAI Shanthini
School of Language Studies and Linguistics, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, National University of Malaysia
A/P SAINTURI Dinah Roma
Department of Literature, De La Salle University
Dr ABDUL RANI Mohd. Zariat Bin
Universiti Putra Malaysia Department of Malay Studies
Dr CHAN Felicia
School of Arts, Languages and Cultures, The University of Manchester
Dr CHO Younghan
Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Seoul, South Korea
Dr CHOO Kukhee
Tulane University
Dr DEVADAS Vijayandran s/o
Department of Media, Film & Communication, University of Otago, New Zealand
Dr KHOO Gaik Cheng
ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences
Dr KHOO Olivia Su-Lin
Asian and Asian Australian film and screen cultures
Dr KIKUCHI Yuko
TrAIN (Research Centre for Transnational Art Identity and Nation), University of the Arts, London
Dr KIM Sujeong
Department of Communication, Chungnam National University, Korea
Dr LEARY Charles
Universiti Malaysia Sarawak
Dr LEE Celine Yi-Chin
Departments of Theatre Arts and Chinese Language, National Sun Yat-Sen University
Dr LIM Joanne
University of Nottingham, Malaysia
Dr LIM Song Hwee
College of Humanities, University of Exeter
Dr PETERSON William
Centre for Theatre and Performance, Monash University
Dr SHEN Yipeng
Mass nationalism in post-socialist China
Dr SIM Gerald
School of Communication & Multimedia Studies, Florida Atlantic University
Dr TANG Shawna
Convergence of postcolonial theory, transnational feminist studies and queer theory in engaging questions of modernity, globalisation, sexuality, gender, citizenship, state and nationalism
Dr THUM Ping Tjin
Transnational history of maritime Southeast Asia
Mr RAJADHYAKSHA Ashish
Indian cinema, India’s cultural policy, visual arts