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Sarah Choi, Racelar Ho, and Michael Trommer. "Shanawdithit VR: Exploration of Indigenous Opera in Immersive Media" (2020) Film/Video, Projects Body, Canadian, Digital Humanities, Film/Cinema, Indigenous, New Media, Postcolonial, Visual Arts
Trần, L.H., 2020. An English to Vietnamese Translation of Yusef Komunyakaa's \"Saigon Bar Girls, 1975\". Asian Literature and Translation, 7(1), pp.13–15. DOI: http://doi.org/10.18573/alt.48 Publications, Translations, Projects African American, Asian American, Literature, Poetry and Poetics, Southeast Asian, Vietnamese
Weatherford, Alan-Michael. "Working Sex(uality) for Transnational Liberal Capital- Undoing Black Haitian Life in Dany Laferrière’s Vers le Sud," American Comparative Literature Association (ACLA), UCLA, March 29-April 1, 2018.  Essays, Projects 20th Century, 21st Century, Caribbean, Critical Theory, Diaspora Studies, Francophone, Queer Studies, Race and Ethnicity
Critical Mass. Dir. Chris Bunker and Zach Gaston.  2014 Projects, Undergraduate, Class Projects Film/Cinema
Stephen Groening, Television and Collectivity (book project) Projects 20th Century, Aesthetics, Critical Theory, Global and Transnational Studies, Intellectual History, Media Studies, Postmodern, Television, Visual Culture
Stephen Groening, The Seattle Television History Project (online history project) depts.washington.edu/sthp Projects 20th Century, History, Public Scholarship, Television
Yomi Braester. Book project on Beijing in new media. Projects 21st Century, Culture, East Asian, Film/Cinema, Media Studies, Visual Culture
Yomi Braester. Book project on cinephilia in the People's Republic of China. Projects 20th Century, 21st Century, Culture, East Asian, Film/Cinema, Historiography, Media Studies, Visual Culture
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