Hoang Tan Nguyen teaches and writes about queer cinema, experimental film, Asian American visual culture, video production, race and and new media. His essays have appeared in Porn Studies (2004), Vectors: Journal of Culture and Technology in a Dynamic Vernacular (2006), GLQ (2007), TransAsian Screen Cultures (forthcoming) and Resolutions 3: Video Praxis in Global Spaces (forthcoming). His experimental videos have screened at the Museum of Modern Art, the National Museum of Modern Art at the Pompidou Center, the Getty Center, and numerous film and media festivals. In fall 2005, he was a residential fellow at the University of California Humanities Research Institute in the cluster, "The Object of Media Studies." His current book project," A View from the Bottom: Asian American Masculinity and Sexual Representation," focuses on a range of texts including Hollywood cinema, European art film, gay pornography, and experimental documentary.
College Seminar 001: The Race for Cyberspace
English 205: Intro to Film
English 208: Video Practices
English 334: Topics in Film Studies: Queer Cinema
English 336: Topics in Film Form: Found Footage Film
English 367:The Politics of Pleasure: Asian American Film, Video, & New Media