Professor Stephanie Jane Hemelryk Donald

Professor Stephanie Jane Hemelryk Donald

Fields of research: Cinema Studies, Screen and Media Culture, Studies in Human Society, Migrant Cultural Studies, Film and Television, Communication and Media Studies, Asian Cultural Studies
Campus: Kensington
Tags: Expanding Knowledge through Studies of Human Society, Visual Communication, Expanding Knowledge through Studies of the Creative Arts and Writing

Professor Stephi Hemelryk Donald 史蝶飞 教授 is currently a Future Fellow '未来'院士 (澳大利亚研究理事会). Her project ‘Migration and Mobility: the question of childhood in Chinese and European cinema since 1945’ will be undertaken at UNSW, 2012-2014; 2016-2017 inclusive. Fieldwork has been conducted with the collaboration of scholars from the University of Leeds (Prof L Nagib at the World Cinemas Centre, now at University of Reading), Middlesex University (Prof E Kofman in...

Professor Stephi Hemelryk Donald 史蝶飞 教授 is currently a Future Fellow '未来'院士 (澳大利亚研究理事会). Her project ‘Migration and Mobility: the question of childhood in Chinese and European cinema since 1945’ will be undertaken at UNSW, 2012-2014; 2016-2017 inclusive. Fieldwork has been conducted with the collaboration of scholars from the University of Leeds (Prof L Nagib at the World Cinemas Centre, now at University of Reading), Middlesex University (Prof E Kofman in Social Research), CUNY (SI) Professor Zhu Ying, Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts, and Renmin University (Professor Xu Weixin in Chinese arts).

Student films are available on the Dorothy site. (see below)

Recent research students: Kelly Royds (completed 2016) Lina Tao (Masters completed 2015), Yan Zhenhui (on leave), Ella Tian (commencing 2016).

Former research students: Dr Damien Spry, Dr Julie Lim, Dr Yingchi Chu, Dr Catherine Simpson, Dr Anthony Lambert.

Postdoctoral Fellow (2012 only): Qiu Zitong (Ningbo / Shanghai).

In 2012 she was Leverhulme Trust Visiting Professor at the Centre for World Cinemas at the University of Leeds, and in 2011 Visiting KNAAW/ASSA Professor at the University of Amsterdam. She was the overseas CI on the Leverhulme Trust Network (Childhood and Nation in World Cinemas). She was on leave for two years (2014-2016 during which time she undertook work at the University of Liverpool and Kingston University UK). She also conceptualised and created the Libidinal Circuits conference and show at FACT in Liverpool in 2015 in collaboration with the CultureofCities Center at York University in Toronto. She is  a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and the Australian Academy of the Social Sciences. Following a first degree in Chinese at the University of Oxford and a DPhil  on Chinese film at University of Sussex (1997), she emigrated to Australia. Her research covers film, the media, and children’s experiences in the Asia-Pacific region, with a particular focus on visual culture. Previous positions held include Professor of Chinese Media Studies at the University of Sydney, and Foundation Dean of Media and Communication at RMIT University, Melbourne. Recent work is published by Theory, Culture and Society,  New Formations, Asian Studies, and MIA. She has served as Chair of the College of Experts, as Deputy Convenor of the Hong Kong RAE panel (2014) and has contributed to several promotion and selection committees worldwide.

 

Location

iCinema, Level 6, Civil Engineering
Main Office: 255, School of Humanities and Language, Morven Brown.

Research Activities

Research Home Page

Research Home Page

This page lists all current and recent activities, including past projects, seminars, workshops and publications.

China Posters Site

China Posters Site

Exhibition and Project site for recent ARC funded work on Chinese posters

The Dorothy Project

The Dorothy Project

The Dorothy Project is the working title of my current research, and of the forthcoming book associated with the work.

Fellowship: Migration and Mobility: the Question of Childhood in Chinese and European Cinema since 1945

ARC funded Future Fellowship
Commenced May 2012

FOR:
Migrant Cultural Studies, Cinema Studies, Human Society

Academia Site

Search site for checking publications for download and reference

The State of China Atlas: Mapping social,political and economic trends

The State of China Atlas: Mapping social,political and economic trends

This project has been in train since 1999 and has produced three atlases and one pocket atlas. It was the first sustained project to use visualisation to explain and illustrate contemporary China.

Media, Culture and Society in Asia

Book Series:
Media, Culture and Social Change in Asia Series
Series Editor: Stephanie Hemelryk Donald
Publisher: Routledge

Community Markets

Community Markets

arkets have existed for many centuries across the globe as spaces of economic and social/cultural contact, exchange and innovation, occupying a variety of sites from streets, to town squares, to covered buildings, between railway tracks and othe

Childhood and Nation in World Cinema: Borders and Encounters since 1980

A Leverhulme Trust funded network (RHUL, Cambridge, UNSW and Ningbo) exploring the field of children's film studies through a lens of nationhood and encounters.