Dr Susan Leong
This person does not currently hold a position at QUT.
BiographySusan is currently Lecturer in Media & Communication with QUT (Queensland University of Technology). Recently published journal articles and chapters include Sacred Cows and Crashing Boars: Ethno-religious Minorities and the Politics of Representation in Malaysia (2012) in Critical Asian Studies 44(1), No Longer Singaporean (2011) and Franchise Nations: the Future of Nations? (2009) in Continuum and Looking through the Corridor: Malaysia & the MSC (2008) in Overcoming Passion for Race in Malaysia Cultural Studies.
She has two research strands that are linked by her interest in the implications and potentialities of new media for: ethnic minorities in Southeast Asia and Australia and; diaspora engagement strategies of China and India. She has published on the issues of ethnic minorities in Malaysia and Singapore, the Chinese and Indian diasporas as well as the Multimedia Super Corridor in Malaysia.
Susan welcomes enquiries from postgraduates working on projects in the areas of media in Asia, the notion of the lived, non-users and technological zones.
Communication and Media Studies
Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008
- Doctor of Philosophy (Curtin University of Technology)
2nd year, undergraduate units
- KCB 206, New Media: Internet, Self and Beyond
- KCB207, Exploring New Media Worlds
- KCP408, Exploring New Media Worlds
I also supervise postgraduates working on individual projects in the following units:
- DAN110, Architectural Theory and Research 1
- DAN220, Architectural Theory and Research 1