Associate Professor Peter Pugsley Peter is Head of the Department of Media and the Coordinator of the Department's Honours Program.
He conducts research in the area of Asian cinema and other popular media. He completed his PhD in 2002 at the University of Melbourne in the Department of English (Cultural Studies) and the Asia Institute (Chinese Studies). He also oakley a wire holds a Graduate Diploma of Education from the University of Melbourne, with teaching methods of LOTE (Chinese) and English as a Second Language (ESL), and a BA (Hons) from Deakin University majoring in Chinese and Australian Studies. Peter has extensive teaching experience in oakley canada the Media and Communications Program at the University of Melbourne and in the MA Communications program at RMIT University. Now at the University of Adelaide, he currently teaches Asian Screen Media, Advanced Media Theory, Japanese Media Cultures (Study Abroad course with Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto) and Exploring TV Radio. He supervises a number of PhD and Masters candidates. In Semester 2, 2011 he was a Visiting Fellow at the Institute of Comparative Culture (ICC), Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan. Mariane Umali: Online Representations of Philippine Indigenous Groups Editorial Board Member (2014 present): Journal of Magazine New Media Research (the official journal of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, USA). Three D Community Radio (Adelaide) Committee Member (2006 07): Trocadero Projects Inc. An artist run exhibition space in Footscray, Victoria. 'Dai Nipponjin [Big Man Japan] and the Phenomena of the Masked Hero' at the Screen Studies Association of Australian and Aotearoa New Zealand Conference, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, November 2016.
[Seminar Presentation] 'Moral Codes and Sexual Aesthetics in Asian Cinema' at the Media Seminar Series, University of Adelaide, June 2014. [Guest Lecture] 'Tradition, Culture and Aesthetics in Contemporary Asian Cinema' at the Institute of Comparative Culture Lecture Series, Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan, September 2011 'Transnational Media Showdowns in China's Olympic Year' at the 18th Biennial Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA) Conference, University of Adelaide, July 2010 'National Cultures and the Aesthetics of Smoking: Female Protagonists in Contemporary Asian Cinema' at the Inter Asia Cultural Typhoon in Tokyo, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, July 2009 'The Postsocialist Malaise: Contemporary China in the Eyes of the 6th Generation Filmmakers' at the 60 of the People's Republic, 2009 Melbourne Conference on China, The University of Melbourne, July 2009 'Globalising Indian Culture: Assertive Nationalism in Yash Raj Films' at the 2008 ARC Pacific Futures Research Network Signature Event Conference Globalising Religions and Cultures in the Asia Pacific, The University of Adelaide, December 2008'At Home in Singapore's Sitcoms: The Nation and Everyday Life in Under One Roof, Living with Lydia and Phua Chu Kang Pte Ltd' at the Australian New Zealand Communication Association (ANZCA) 2007 Conference, The University of Melbourne, July 2007 'Immaculate Consumption: Her World Magazine and the Economic Imperative of Sophisticated Consumerism in South East Asia' at the Media and Identity in Asia Conference, Curtin University, Miri, Malaysia, February 2006 'Constructing the Hero: The Nationalistic Function of the Chinese Media' at the inaugural conference of the Media and Communications Program, "New(s) Times" Journalism Production and Practice, The University of Melbourne, 1 2 December 2003 'Exporting the Nation: Contemporary Australian Literature in China' at the 23rd ASAL Conference, (Association for the Studies of Australian Literature), Melbourne, July 2001, and a revised version of this paper as part of the Australian Centre's Lunchtime Seminar series at the University of Melbourne in April 2002 'Neither Here Nor There: Chinese Modernity and a Cultural Vacuum' at the 13th Biennial Conference of the Asian Studies oakley shades for men Association of Australia, University of Melbourne, July 2000 'Access and Availability of Contemporary Australian flak jacket oakley Literature in the People's Republic of China: Beyond The Thorn Birds' at the Sixth International Conference on Australian Studies in China, at Peking University, Beijing, October 1998.
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