Shao-Hung (Tim) Teng
Tim Shao-Hung Teng is a doctoral student of East Asian film and media studies at Harvard University, where he is also a Harvard Presidential Scholar. His research focuses on the archaeology of media cultures in China and Taiwan from late nineteenth through mid-twentieth century, with broader interests in modernist arts, animation, history and theory of digital media, and queer theory. His publications include “Papa, Can You Hear Me Sing? Reinventing Intermedial Urban Space in Early 1980s Taiwan” (Concentric: Literary and Cultural Studies, 2017); “Documenting Taiwanese Modernism: Le Moulin’s Untimely Historical Project” (Taiwan Insight, 2019); “Murderous Shadows, Terrifying Air: Dr. Caligari in China” (Journal of Chinese Cinemas, 2020); “Time, Disaster, New Media: Your Name as a Mind-Game Film” (New Review of Film and Television Studies, forthcoming 2022). He received an MA in Film and Media Studies from Columbia University and an MA and a BA in Foreign Languages and Literatures from National Taiwan University. His curatorial experiences include internship in the Department of Film at the Museum of Modern Art as well as ongoing collaboration with Harvard Film Archive on East Asian film programs.