Danielle Wong is Assistant Professor in the Department of English Language and Literatures at the University of British Columbia. Prior to joining UBC’s English Department, she was a postdoctoral associate in the Asian American Studies Program at Cornell University.
Her research and teaching interests focus on historical and contemporary relationships between race, Empire, and “new” technologies. Her current book project examines Asian North American new media productions and performances, and traces a genealogy of “virtual Asianness” by analyzing how Asian North American racialization has, and continues to be, interwoven with shifting concepts of mediation and virtuality. She is also a faculty affiliate of the Asian Canadian and Migration Studies Program at UBC.
Attewell, Wesley and Danielle Wong. “Donut Time: Refugee Place-Making in 24/7 Afterwar.” Canadian Literature, no. 246, 2021, Forthcoming.
Wong, Danielle. “Close Encounters under the Muslim Ban: Mobile Media, Intimacy, and Augmented Whiteness.” Theatre Research in Canada, vol. 41, no.1, 2020, pp. 108-125.
Wong, Danielle. “Dismembered Asian/American Body Parts in Ex Machina as ‘Inorganic’ Critique.” Transformations, vol. 29, 2017, pp. 34-51.
Wong, Danielle. “Contagious Im/Possibilities: Infectious Encounters in Austin Clarke’s The Meeting Point.” Studies in Canadian Literature, vol. 38, no. 2, 2013, pp. 47-66.