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Fan Shen

 Fan Shen Department of Social and Behavioral Science Kent State University USA


Lien Fan SHEN is an Associate Professor in the Department of Film and Media Arts at the University of Utah. Shen earned her Ph. D. in Art Education at The Ohio State University and an MFA in Computer Art from the School of Visual Arts in New York City. Her creative work includes manga, animation, and digital arts. Shen published five manga in Taiwan: Let’s Fall in Love (1996), I’ll be Your Paradise 1-2 (1997-1998), Clair de Lune 1-2 (2000-2001). Clair de Lune was awarded The Best Romantic Comic in Taiwan. Her animation won several international awards, and her works have been screened and exhibited in Singapore, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Netherlands, and the United States. Shen’s scholarly research focuses on the intersection among pleasure, power, and politics of viewing animation, as well as the subject’s persistent practices in visual fields. Her current project investigates female masculinity in Taiwan through animated documentary. 


Research Interest

 Films, Media