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Anita Chang

Ph.D in Film and Digital Media, 2016
Assistant Professor, Department of Communication at CSU East Bay
Dissertation Title: Transmedia arts activism & Language Revitalization: Critical Design, Ethics & Participation in Third Digital Documentary
Ph.D in Film and Digital Media, 2016
Research Interests: 

Chang’s research and creative practice examine the ways postcolonial, diasporic, and multicultural societies represent themselves in various visual media, with a focus on retelling, reviving, and reinventing their stories and histories, along with the impact these works have on their respective communities and nations.

Education and Training: 
Ph.D. UC Santa Cruz, Film and Digital Media
M.F.A. San Francisco State, Cinema
B.A. Tufts University, American Studies/English
Anita Chang is a media artist, educator and writer. Her films have been screened and broadcast internationally, and presented at the Whitney Museum of American Art, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts’ Bay Area Now, Walker Arts Center, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, and National Museum of Women. Her movies include Tongues of Heaven; Joyful Life; 62 Years and 6500 Miles Between; She Wants to Talk to You; Imagining Place; Mommy, What’s Wrong? and One Hundred Eggs a Minute. They are distributed by Women Make Movies, Third World Newsreel, The Center for Asian American Media, Taiwan Public Television, Kanopy Streaming and Alexander Street Press.