Michael Bo Tao Wang, Lecturer
- Race, Gender & Class
- Sociology of Popular Culture
Research & Teaching Interests:
- coloniality and decolonial politics, spatiality, geocriticism and representation, tropicality of the Amazon basin in travel writing, literature and film
- PhD, Cultural Studies, Claremont Graduate University
- JD, City University of New York School of Law
- MA, Sociology, New School for Social Research
- BA, Philosophy, Loyola Marymount University
- “Last Night in Los Angeles,” “Oh Mississippi Blues,” “Danie Pantelio,” and “The Demons of August,” in After Furgeson, In Solidarity, Portland: Mourning Glory Publishing Portland, 2016.
- “On the Location of a Distopic Panopticon: The Future of the Google Glass and the Technology of Public Creepshots”, in Humanities and Social Sciences H Net Online, 2015.
- “A Story of My Youth”, in Going to College in America. Beijing: China Yan Shi Publishing Company, March 2011. Vol.1: 278-297. (written in English and Chinese)
- “Mimesis 2036: A Review of 2036, directed by Wong Kar Wai”. New York, NY: China Rights Forum, 2005. No. 4: 78-79.