Gender Studies Programme - Prof. TSENG Hsun-hui (Adjunct)

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TSENG Hsun Hui Ph.D. in Anthropology, University of Washington, Seattle (2012)
Position: Adjunct Assistant Professor
Telephone: 3943 9312
Fax No.: 2603 7223
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Courses Taught:

GDRS3009 (UGEC3224) - Family and Society

GDRS5087 - Feminist Methodology

Research Interest: Globalization, Marriage and Family, Transnational Migration and Trafficking, sex work, Gender, Class and Race, the politics of representation and identity, and Inter-Asian Studies: Taiwan, China and Vietnam
Introduction: My main research interest is women’s transnational migration in East and Southeast Asia. I am particularly interested in how Asian women’s lives in the local communities are connected to global dynamics through transnational market mechanisms. My previous research dealt with transnational marriage brokerage in Taiwan and my current research looks into the lives and work of foreign spouses engaging in sex and entertainment work in Taiwan. The courses I teach cover feminist methodology, gender and migration, marriage and family, and gender and society.
Selected Publications:

2016 Book Review: Essential Trade: Vietnamese Women in a Changing Marketplace by Ann Marie Leshkowich," American Anthropologist (118) 3: 678

2016 "Racialization of Foreign Women in the Transnational Marriage Market of Taiwan," in Cultural Politics of Gender and Sexuality in Contemporary Asia, edited by Tiantian Zheng, Hawaii: University of Hawaii Press, pp. 205-221

2015 “Gender and Power Dynamics in Transnational Marriage Brokerage: The Ban on Commercial Matchmaking in Taiwan Reconsidered,” in Special Issue: Governing Marriage Migrations: Perspectives from Mainland China and Taiwan, Cross-Currents: East Asian History and Cultural Review 4 (2): 519-545

2014 “Victims of Human Trafficking or Suspects of Fraudulent Marriage?: Knowledge Production of ‘Runaway Brides’ in the Sex-related Industry of Taiwan,” in Human Trafficking in Asia: Forcing Issues, Framing Agendas, edited by Sallie Yea, UK: Routledge.

2000 “National imagination and the Construction of ‘the other’ during the 1950s in Taiwan—A Conception of Sexuality”, Hong Kong Journal of Social Sciences, (18): 85-112.

2000 “Writing ‘the Other’: A Symbolic Analysis of Communist Spy during the White Terror Time of the 1950s”, Tamkang Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences (5): 125-160.

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