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Tseen-Ling Khoo Tseen-Ling Khoo i(A19308 works by) (a.k.a. Tseen Khoo)
Born: Established:
Southeast Asia, South and East Asia, Asia,
Gender: Female
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Tseen Ling Khoo was born in Malaysia and raised in Australia. She was awarded a Master of Arts degree and a Doctor of Philosophy degree from the University of Queensland. In 1999 she acted as co-convenor of the inaugural Asian-Australian Identities conference in Canberra and the 'Transforming Cultures/Shifting Boundaries' conference. In 2003 she was awarded a Postdoctoral Research Fellowship at the University of Queensland.

Dr Khoo has published and served as editor in the areas of Asian-Australian and Asian-Canadian cultural politics, diasporic Asian cultures and gender studies, 'Asian' stereotypes, and critically locating Asian-Australian history. Dr Khoo also created and has served as manager of the 'asian-australian electronic list' and another electronic list 'Banana Pages: Studying Asian Australia'. She has served also as web-manager of the Association for Canadian Studies in Australia and New Zealand.

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y separately published work icon Peril : An Asian-Australian Journal Peril Asian Australian Journal; Peril : An Asian-Australian Arts and Culture Magazine; Peril : Asian-Australian Arts and Culture 2006 Melbourne : Asian Australian Journal , 2006- Z1299660 2006 periodical (37 issues) 'Peril is a new Asian-Australian website designed to build a critical mass of Asian-Australian art and cultural concerns. Our ambition is to have two core issues a year on the site with a forum board for people to chat and comment. Why Peril? From the so called Yellow Peril that labelled the wave of Chinese immigration in the 19th century. We are perilious and take risks but not in the way that the Pauline Hansons of the world think!' Source: (Sighted 23/8/2006).
2019 recipient Australia Council Grants, Awards and Fellowships

Literature Arts Projects for Organisations $11,870.00

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