Visiting Assistant Professor
Modern Languages Building, 119
Cui Zhou received her Ph.D. in modern Chinese literature and film from the Department of Asian Languages and Cultures at UCLA. Her research areas include modern Chinese literature, film, and popular culture. She specializes in the study of the representation of Chinese ethnic minorities in films and popular culture and minorities’ participation in the film field. Her articles on topics such as Chinese and Asian films can be seen in peer-reviewed journals and scholarly books. She is currently working on turning her dissertation “Cinematic Mappings of Chinese Ethnic Minorities: Discourse Dynamics in National and Translocal Film Production, Consumption, and Circulation, 1949-1999,” which explores the cinematic negotiations with ethnic minorities in China and the overseas Sinophone world, into a book project.