[-empyre-] Introducing Professor Stephanie Hemelryk Donald
melinda at subtle.net
Tue Nov 9 15:09:41 EST 2010
This week we will introduce several more discussants to our forum -
expert artists, curators and scholars who a have generously given
their time to share their knowledge with each other and the -emprye-
I would encourage you - our genteel readers, to utilize the
opportunity to engage in this accessible discussion, produced by a
team of volunteers, which gives you privileged access to these
creative practitioners and scholars.
Please welcome Professor Stephanie Hemelryk Donald to the discussion,
who,as Dean of Media and Communications at RMIT University in
Melbourne has been very supportive of the Dreamworlds project - Stephi
we are delighted you can join us,
--> Professor Stephanie Hemelryk Donald
--> Scholar of Film, Media, and the Politics of Visual Culture in
China, RMIT, Melbourne
Stephanie Hemelryk Donald is a researcher focussing on forms of
engagement within visual art forms and socio-cultural change in China.
She has written on the branding of cinematic cities on the West
Pacific Rim, on children’s media and film, on the gendered structure
of film narrative, and on cosmopolitan affect and representations of
place in international cinema. She is also working on poster art and
the politics of the Cultural Revolution. She is the curator of ‘China
and Revolution: history, parody and memory’, currently on display at
the University of Sydney gallery, and is the recipient of an
Australian Research Council grant to investigate the same subject.
Stephi is currently Dean of Media and Communication at RMIT
University. She is immediate past president of the Chinese Studies
Association of Australia and is committed to intellectual
international exchange between researchers, artists, and scholars.
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