Paper from Journal of Chinese Cinemas available now online ahead-of-print.
Scholar and EducatorMila Zuo joined the School of Writing, Literature, and Film at Oregon State University as an Assistant Professor of Film in Fall 2015. She earned her PhD degree from the department of Film, Television and Digital Media at UCLA in June 2015. Her dissertation is entitled, Trans/national Chinese Bodies Performing Sex, Health, and Beauty in Cinema and Media . Recent publications include "Bodies, blood, and love: the ‘touching’ politics of HIV/AIDS film Love for Life " in the Journal of Chinese Cinemas and "Sensing ‘performance anxiety’: Zhang Ziyi, Tang Wei, and female film stardom in the People’s Republic of China" in Celebrity Studies Journal.
Visual MediamakerAs a mediamaker, she has directed, edited, and produced short documentaries, music videos, visual essays, and short films, several of which have been reviewed in popular online magazines including Bust magazine, Bullett Media, Ion magazine, The Crosby Press, Paper magazine, and Rebel Noise. Her short-film directorial debut Carnal Orient was selected at over a dozen international film festivals, and has exhibited in places including Park City, Los Angeles, New York, London, Singapore, the Czech Republic, as well as in various university classrooms. Mila Zuo's IMDb page.
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Select Publications and Presentations
Saturday 15, 2015
“Sensing ‘performance anxiety’: Zhang Ziyi, Tang Wei, and female film stardom in the People’s Republic of China”
Monday 2, 2015
Article in Celebrity Studies now available online ahead-of-print.