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Major Areas of Scholarship
Eve Ng’s research addresses the cultural and political significance of media and the transnational dimensions of LGBTQ activism, falling into three interrelated areas: (1) LGBTQ media production and reception, (2) science fiction narratives and critical posthumanism, and (3) digital media and activism, with the common thread being an engagement with gender, sexuality, class, and nation as intersecting axes of hierarchy. She has published in journals including Communication, Culture, & Critique, Development and Change, Feminist Media Studies, Journal of Film and Video, Popular Communication, and Transformative Works and Culture, as well as in Gender, Race and Class in Media (Sage, Eds. Gail Dines and Jean Humez, 2011, 2014) and the Routledge Companion to Media and Human Rights (Eds. Howard Tumber and Sylvio Waisbord, 2017). She has also been interviewed by journalists and documentary makers about media, representation, and culture.
Dr. Ng earned her Ph.D. in Communication and a Graduate Certificate in Advanced Feminist Studies from UMass-Amherst, and also has a Ph.D. in Linguistics from the State University of New York at Buffalo, and a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Science with Honours from the University of Melbourne.
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Ng, Eve, Khadijah White, and Anamik Saha. 2020. “#CommunicationSoWhite: Race and Power in the Academy and Beyond.” Introductory essay for #CommunicationSoWhite special issue, Communication, Culture, & Critique 13 (2). doi: 10.1093/ccc/tcaa011
Ng, Eve and Paula Gardner. 2020. “Location, Location, Location? The Politics of ICA Conference Venues.” Communication, Culture, & Critique 13 (2). doi: 10.1093/ccc/tcaa006
Ng, Eve and Xiaomeng Li. 2020. “A Queer ‘Socialist Brotherhood’: the Guardian Web Series, Boys Love Fandom, and the Mainland Chinese State.” Feminist Media Studies 20 (4): 479–495.
Ng, Eve. 2020. “Romcom without Romonormativity, Gays without Homonormativity: Examining the People Like Us Web Series.” To appear in New Review of Film and Television Studies 18 (1). doi: 10.1080/17400309.2019.1664057
Ng, Eve. 2018. “Contesting the Queer Subfield of Cultural Production: Paratextual Framings of Carol and Freeheld.” Journal of Film and Video 70 (Fall/Winter): 8–23. https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.5406/jfilmvideo.70.3-4.0008
Ng, Eve. 2018. “LGBT Advocacy and Transnational Funding in Singapore and Malaysia.” Development and Change 49 (4): 1093–1114. doi: 10.1111/dech.12406
Ng, Eve. 2017. “Between Text, Paratext, and Context: Queerbaiting and the Contemporary Media Landscape.” Transformative Works and Cultures 24. doi: 10.3983/twc.2017.917
Ng, Eve and Julie Levin Russo. 2017. “Envisioning Queer Female Fandom.” Transformative Works and Cultures 24. doi: 10.3983/twc.2017.01168
Ng, Eve. 2017. “Media and LGBT Advocacy: Visibility and Transnationalism in a Digital Age.” In the Routledge Companion to Media and Human Rights, Eds. Howard Tumber and Sylvio Waisbord (309–317). New York: Routledge.
Ng, Eve. 2015. “Structural Approaches to Feminist Social Media Strategies: Institutional Governance and a Social Media Toolbox.” Feminist Media Studies 15 (4): 718–722. doi: 10.1080/14680777.2015.1053718
Ng, Eve and Sophie Toupin. 2013. “Feminist and Queer Practices in the Online and Offline Activism of Occupy: A Case Study at Occupy Wall Street.” Networking Knowledge 6 (3): 90–114.
Ng, Eve. 2013. “A ‘Post-Gay’ Era? Media Gaystreaming, Homonormativity, and the Politics of LGBT Integration.” Communication, Culture, & Critique 6 (2): 258–283. doi: 10.1111/cccr.12013
Ng, Eve. 2008. “Reading the Romance of Fan Cultural Production: Music Videos of a Television Lesbian Couple.” Popular Communication 6 (2): 103–121. doi: 10.1080/15405700701746525
Ph.D. in Communication, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
Graduate Certificate in Advanced Feminist Studies, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
Ph.D. in Linguistics, State University of New York at Buffalo
Bachelor of Arts, University of Melbourne
Bachelor of Science with Honours, University of Melbourne