Harvard University Asia Center
Dr. Hoang Cam Giang received her Ph.D. (2013) majoring in theory of literature from Vietnam National University and had the certificate of film writing course (2010) from Film Studies Program sponsored by Ford Foundation (USA). She currently is a researcher and a lecturer at University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vietnam National University (USSH VNU), Ha Noi. Her researches focus on Art History, Vietnamese Cinema, Film Theories, World Cinema History. Currently, she is working for the Department of Art Studies which is a part of the Faculty of Literature in VNU. In recent years, she is interested in interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approaches in cinema and literature, such as adaptation and translation studies, and ecocriticism. She was a Harvard-Yenching Institute ‘s Visiting Scholar for the 2018-2019 and now a Harvard Asia Center’s Visiting Scholar for 2019-2020 academic year. Her research currently centers on the relations between the cinematic ecocriticism and the socio-political discourses in East Asian and Southeast Asian movies. She has published one monograph about contemporary Vietnamese novels and a lot of articles on the globe cinema domestically and internationally.