Contributors
CHRIS BERRY
is Associate Professor in the Film Studies Program at the Univer-
sity of California, Berkeley. He was Visiting Professor at the Korean National
University of the Arts in Seoul in both 1997 and 1999. He has written widely on
sexuality and East Asian cinema, including his book A Bit on the Side: East-
West Topographies of Desire (EMPress, 1994) and a recent article in Jump Cut on
Zhang Yuan’s East Palace, West Palace.
TOM BOELLSTORFF
received his Ph.D. from Stanford University in 2000 and has
been working with gay and lesbian Indonesians since 1992. He has taught at
Stanford, UCLA, and UC Irvine. His forthcoming book is entitled The Gay
Archipelago: Sexuality and Nation in Postcolonial Indonesia.
LARISSA HJORTH
is a writer and artist lecturing in Visual Art History at The
Victorian College of the Arts, and in Critical Studies and Design History at
Swinburne University of Technology, Australia. She has written for Art Asia
Pacific, Like magazine, Broadsheet, Art and Australia, and Paletten. In 2000, she
completed an Australia Council Studio residency in Tokyo.
KATRIEN JACOBS
is Assistant Professor in New Media at Emerson College. She
studied at University of Maryland, College Park, where she wrote a Ph.D. thesis
on dismemberment myths in 1960s and 1970s performance art. She has pub-
lished several articles on pornography and new media art in journals such as
Wide Angle and Cultural Studies. She is working on a book about Internet porn
and digital art entitled Erotic Peepzones: Performers, Peepsters and Digital Drifts.
OLIVIA KHOO
is Lecturer in Film at the University of New South Wales, Aus-
tralia. She is also completing a Ph.D. in the Department of English with
Cultural Studies at the University of Melbourne. Her research interests include
Asian exoticism and regionalism and contemporary representations of di-
asporic Chinese femininity. She has published in Continuum, Intersections, and
Hecate, and in Diaspora: Negotiating Asian Australia.
FRAN MARTIN
is Lecturer in Cinema Studies at La Trobe University, Australia.
Her book, Situating Sexualities: Queer Representation in Taiwanese Fiction,
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