|Assoc Prof Adam Joel Knee |
Division of Broadcast & Cinema Studies
Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information
College of Humanities, Arts, & Social Sciences
Office: SCI 02-41
- PhD New York University 1997
- MA New York University 1985
- BA (Eng & Film & Video Studies) University of Michigan 1982
|Adam Knee joined NTU in 2008 as a specialist in film and television studies. Prior to that, he taught film history and theory and coordinated the film studies MA program at Ohio University. He has also held teaching appointments in Australia, Taiwan, and Thailand, where he had a Fulbright Award to lecture at Chulalongkorn University. He has published widely in anthologies and journals on such topics as film genre; gender, race, and celebrity in American film; and new Thai cinema. He serves on the editorial board of the Asian Journal of Literature, Culture and Society (Assumption University Press, Thailand) and on the outer editorial board of the forthcoming journal Celebrity Studies (Routledge).|
|Current research interests include new Southeast Asian cinemas (especially Thai cinema); film genre (especially horror and science fiction) and genre theory; race and gender in American film; film stardom; American television in the 1950s-60s.|
- Adam Knee. (2012). HorrorOxford Bibliographies Online: Cinema and Media Studies..
- Adam Knee. (2012). Thai Film Studies in English: A Look at Current Work and Future PossibilitiesThai translation, Nang Thai [Thai Film Quarterly]..
- Adam Knee. (2012). Mae Nak’s Makeover: Recent Adaptations of a Thai Cinematic Icon2010 International Seminar and Screening of Thai Cinema: Proceedings. (pp. 131-150)..
- Adam Knee. (2012). Teaching Film through StardomTeaching Film..
- Adam Knee. (2011). Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers: Modernizing ClassGlamour in a Golden Age: Movie Stars of the 1930s. (pp. 196-219)..