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  • Peter Feng, Associate Professor

    Associate Professor
    English
    University of Delaware
    062 Memorial Hall
    Newark, DE 19716
    302-831-2987

    Biography

    ​Peter X Feng was Chancellor's Distinguished Visiting Professor of Film Studies at UC-Irvine (1997-98) and a member of the Advisory Board for Wayne State University Press' Contemporary Approaches to Film and Media Series since 2003. Dr. Feng has published articles in Cinema Journal, Cineaste, Amerasia Journal, Jump Cut, Camera Obscura, and elsewhere. Screening Asian Americans (2002), a collection of essays on Asian Americans and Film, was published by Rutgers University Press; Identities in Motion: Asian American Film and Video (2002), was published by Duke University Press. Dr. Feng teaches courses in Theory, Asian American Literature, and Film Studies: recent courses include; Sex and Violence in Asian American Literature; Texts and Contexts: Movies, Novels, Comics; The Hollywood Musical; and the graduate seminar Narrating Race, Narrating Nation.

    Degrees

    Ph.D., Communication Studies (Film Studies), University of Iowa, 1996

    M.A., Communication Studies (Film Studies), University of Iowa, 1992

    B.A., Distinction in American Studies, Yale University, 1988

    Books and Book Chapters

    • Chinese Connections: Critical Perspectives on Film, Identity, and Diaspora, Feng, Peter X; Tan See-Kam and Gina Marchetti, ed. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press, 2009. 

    • Identities in Motion: Asian American Film and Video, Feng, Peter X; Durham, NC: Duke UP, 2003. 

    • Screening Asian Americans, Feng, Peter X., New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2002.

    Current and Past Courses

     Dr. Feng teaches courses in Theory, Asian American Literature, and Film Studies, recent courses include:

    • Sex and Violence in Asian American Literature

    • Texts and Contexts: Movies, Novels, Comics

    • The Hollywood Musical

    • The Graduate Seminar: Narrating Race, Narrating Nation

 

 

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