Tiffany Hsu and Yow-Jiun Wang Masterclass
30 October 2019,
- Institute of Advanced Studies, UWA
- Honours Students, Postgraduate Students, Early Career Researchers, Academics, Professional Researchers
Women’s Migration and Carework in Asia
A masterclass with Tiffany Hsu and Yow-Jiun Wang, National Cheng Kung University and 2019 UWA Institute of Advanced Studies Visiting Fellows.
Chaired by Professor Susan Broomhall, History, UWA
Constructing parenting memories on social network sites, a focus on Vietnamese marriage migrants’ experiences: theory and practice
Associate Professor Yow-Jiun Wang is Director of the News Center and an Associate Professor in the Department of Taiwanese Literature, at National Chen Kung University, Taiwan. She holds a PhD from the Stirling Media Research Institute, University of Stirling, Scotland. Her research and publications focus on media, gender and cultural studies, particularly self-narratives and identity, digital memories, discourse theories and cultural analysis, and female migrants’ parenting and cultural experiences. She has received funding from the Ministry of Science and Technology on several occasions for her research, including on Women’s and Men’s Internet Dating in Taiwan, and on tabloid sex pages.
Leisure in Daily Life: A study of marriage migrant women in Taiwan
Shan-Hui (Tiffany) Hsu
Associate Professor Tiffany Hsu is a member of the Institute of Physical Education at the National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan. She was formerly the Director of the Research Center for Gender and Women’s Studies there (2015-2017). She holds a PhD in Physical Education and Sports Studies from the University of Georgia, USA. Her research and publications focus on multicultural and gendered education, with a particular interest in physical education, and in physical and leisure activities as a form of care for migrant women in Taiwan.