Humanities Faculty House, #1
135 East Twelfth Street
Spring 2013 Office Hours
Tuesdays, 12:30 - 2:30 pm, or by appointment
Ph.D., English Literature, Rutgers University
M.A., English Literature, Rutgers University
B.A., English Literature and History, Swarthmore College
- Asian American Literature and Cultural Studies
- Independent and Experimental Film and Video
- Transnational Media
- Gender and Queer Theory
- Cultural studies
- Media studies
- Feminist and Queer Studies
Race and Independent Media, anthology co-edited with Chon Noriega
The Memory Village: Fakeness and the Forging of Family in Asian American Literature and Film, Duke University Press, forthcoming.
“Collective Orgasm: The Ecocyberpornography of Shu Lea Cheang,” forthcoming in Women’s Studies Quarterly, v. 35, nos. 1&2 (Spring/Summer 2007).
“The Asian American Fakeness Canon, 1972-2002,” Aztlan: A Journal of Chicano Studies, v. 32, no. 1 (Spring 2007).
“Screen Memories: Fakeness in Asian American Media Practice,” F is for Phony: Fake Documentary and Truth’s Undoing, eds. Alexandra Juhasz and Jesse Lerner, University of Minnesota Press, 2006.
“Visual Perversions: Race, Sex, and Cinematic Pleasure,” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, v. 31, no. 3 (2006).
“’High-Class Fakery’: Race, Sex and Class in the Screenwriting of Winnifred Eaton (1925-1931)” Quarterly Review of Film and Video, v. 23, no. 1 (January-March 2006). “Painting With an Eraser,” catalogue essay for Allan Desouza show The Lost Pictures, Los Angeles and New York, 2004.
“Passionate Interaction: an Interview with Patty Chang,” X-TRA v.5, no.1, 2003. Reprinted in Camera Obscura 54, v.8, no. 3 (2003).
“Bad Asians, The Sequel: Continuing Trends in Queer API Film and Video,” Millennium Film Journal no. 39 (2003).
Featured interview in Women of Vision: Histories in Feminist Film and Video, ed. Alexandra Juhasz, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2001.
“Virtual White: Generating Race in New Media,” Annals of Scholarship: Art Practices and the Human Sciences in a Global Culture, v.14, no.1 (Spring 2001).
"Bad Asians: New Media by Queer Asian American Artists," in COUNTERVISIONS: Asian American Film Criticism, eds. Darrell Hamamoto and Sandra Liu, Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2000.
Introduction for Miss Nume of Japan by Onoto Watanna (Winnifred Eaton). Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1999.
"Uses of the Erotic: Sexuality and Difference in Lesbian Film and Video," Art Papers, v 18, no. 6 (November/December 1994).
Dr. Oishi is Co-Principal Investigator of the Race and Independent Media Project at the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center and was a fellow-in-residence at the Humanities Research Institute at UC Irvine for the fall 2006 semester. She is also an independent film and video curator.