Faculty | Stephanie DeBoer
Assistant Professor, Department of Communication and Culture
- Ph.D., University of Southern California, 2007
Stephanie DeBoer’s research and teaching interests include: transnational or global film and media studies; film and media co-production; film and media’s intersection with space, place, and location; East Asian film and media; Japanese and Chinese language film and media; inter-Asia cultural studies; memory and film/media; digital/new media and globalization; film and media theory and criticism.
She is also affiliated with the departments of International Studies, East Asian Languages and Cultures, American Studies, and Cultural Studies. She is currently a fellow with the “Framing the Global” initiative with the Center for the Study of Global Change at Indiana University. This is a five-year Mellon funded initiative under which she is developing a book manuscript entitled No Hard Edges: Contingences of Chinese Digital Film, Media, Location.
Courses Taught – Undergraduate
- C202: Media in the Global Context
- I205: International Communication: Digital Media and Globalization
- C398: East Asian Film and Media
- C398: Chinese Cinemas/Transnational Chinese Cinemas
- C413: Global Screen Cultures
- C420: Memory and Media in a Global Frame
Courses Taught – Graduate
- C503: Introduction to Media Theory and Aesthetics
- C596: Trans/national Film and Media: Core Concepts
- C652: Space, Place, and Media in a Global Context
Co-producing Asia: Locating Japanese-Chinese Regional Film and Media. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, (forthcoming, Feb. 2014).
“Film and Media Locations: Toward an Adequately Dynamic and Scaled Sense of Global Place,” Framing the Global (Bloomington: Indiana University Press), (forthcoming, Spring 2014)
“Co-Producing Cross-border Action: Technologies of Contact, Masculinity and the Asia-Pacific Border.” Culture, Theory & Critique, 5.1 (April) 2011.101-116.
“Framing Tokyo Media Capital and Asian Co-production,” East Asian Cinemas: Regional Flows and Global Transformations. Ed. Vivian Lee. London: Palgrave P, 2011. 213-234.
“Japanese Film, Co-productions and Regional Desires in the 1960s.” Japanese Film Lives: Audiences, Producers (Vol. 3). Eds. Kurosawa Akira, Yomota Inuhiko, Yoshimi Shunya, Li Fengyu. Tokyo:
Iwanami P, 2010. 211-228. [Published in Japanese.]
“Scaling the TV Station: Fuji Television, Digital Development and Fictions of a Global Tokyo.” Television, Japan, Globalization. Ed. Mitsuhiro Yoshimoto et. al. Ann Arbor: U of Michigan Center for
Japanese Studies, 2010. 73-92.
“Tokyo on the Move: Omnibus Asia and the Limits of the Link,” Spectator 27.2 2007. 46-53.
“Tokyo Dramas and the 1990s Urban Imaginary.” Tokyo Studies. Ed. Yoshimi Shunya, Wakabayashi Mikio. Tokyo: Kinokuniya P, 2005. 189-197. [written and published in Japanese / Korean language version of the anthology published in 2006]
“Sayon no Kane/Sayon’s Bell.” Ed. Justin Boyer. 24 Frames: The Cinema of Japan and Korea. London: Wallflower P, 2004. 23-31.