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Wendy Hsu

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Occidental College

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Occidental College

1600 Campus Road M 7

Los Angeles, California,90041

United States

Company Description

The Occidental College Bookstore is owned and operated by Occidental College. We believe that any products bearing the Occidental name or logo should be manufactured with the same values and commitment to human and environmental rights that we share at Occiden...more

Background Information

Employment History

Teacher

Art Center College of Design


Digital Strategist | Senior Project Coordinator

City of Los Angeles


ACLS Public Fellow | Arts Manager

City of Los Angeles


Affiliations

University of Virginia

Teacher


City Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs

Digital Strategist | Senior Project Coordinator


Center for Digital Learning and Research

Fellow


The Bridge PAI

Volunteer Program Assistant, Music


Arts Education Partnership

Programming Advisory Committee


HzCollective

Founder


Scholars' Lab

Student Assistant


Education

Ph.D.

University of Virginia


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Wendy Hsu
Wendy Hsu is a researcher, strategist, and educator who engages with hybrid research and organizing agendas for equality in arts, technology, and civic participation. As an ACLS Public Fellow, Hsu currently works with the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs to redesign the department's information paradigms with a goal to augment digital capacity, relevance, and public engagement. She is also the founder of Lab at DCA, a city staff innovation incubator. Hsu has published on digital ethnography, sound-based pedagogy, public humanities, open access movement, Asian American indie rock, Yoko Ono, Taqwacore, and Bollywood. Hsu received her PhD in the Critical and Comparative Studies in Music program at the University of Virginia. Since 2007, Hsu has designed and taught undergraduate courses in music, gender studies, media practice at UVa and Occidental College, and led graduate workshops on design research and advised MFA students in Media Design Practices at Art Center College of Design. She recently completed Mellon Digital Scholarship Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Center of Digital Learning + Research at Occidental College where she researched and taught ethnographic methodology, digital pedagogy, digital sound studies, and community-based participatory research. She tweets regularly @wendyfhsu and can be found playing with her ethnographic ghost pop band Bitter Party or leading the LA-based maker collective Movable Parts.


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By Wendy Hsu on 26 May 2017 in ACADEMIC
In the fourth and last part of her essay, Wendy Hsu describes how the band creates powerful social resonances and ethnic solidarity. Taqwacore, she claims, can be a cultural space for alternative understanding, practices and identities around Islam. The Kominas' cultural activism is not only driven by their own dissent as postcolonial brown subalterns (Hsu 2013), but also equally fueled by the shared narratives of being unjustly treated as non-citizens in the United States. Wendy Hsu Wendy Hsu is a researcher, strategist, and educator who engages with hybrid research and organizing agendas for equality in arts, technology, and civic participation. A former ACLS Public Fellow, Hsu currently works as the digital strategist of the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, providing research and strategy to redesign the department's data and knowledge architecture. Hsu has served on the advisory committee for Cultural Research Network and the Society of Ethnomusicology Council. They also lead community-driven arts collectives included LA Listens currently funded by the National Endowment for the Arts. Since 2007, Hsu has taught at University of Virginia, Occidental College, and Art Center College of Design.


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Wendy Hsu
Wendy Hsu is a researcher, strategist, and educator who engages with hybrid research and organizing agendas for equality in arts, technology, and civic participation. A former ACLS Public Fellow, Hsu currently works as the digital strategist of the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, providing research and strategy to redesign the department's data and knowledge architecture. Hsu has served on the advisory committee for Cultural Research Network and the Society of Ethnomusicology Council. They also lead community-driven arts collectives included LA Listens currently funded by the National Endowment for the Arts. Since 2007, Hsu has taught at University of Virginia, Occidental College, and Art Center College of Design. By Wendy Hsu on 26 May 2017 in ACADEMIC In the fourth and last part of her essay, Wendy Hsu describes how the band The Kominas creates powerful social resonances and ethnic solidarity. By Wendy Hsu on 12 May 2017 in ACADEMIC By Wendy Hsu on 21 April 2017 in ACADEMIC The second part of Wendy Hsu's essay deals with eurocentrism and the band's struggle against notions of «good» and «bad Muslims». By Wendy Hsu on 10 April 2017 in ACADEMIC By Wendy Hsu on 19 December 2010 in VIDEO


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By Wendy Hsu on 12 May 2017 in ACADEMIC
The third part of Wendy Hsu's four part essay reflects upon on a performance of The Kominas, their forging of solidarity with other Muslim American cultural renegades and how their cultural ambiguity generates discomfort for conservatives, liberals and Christian fundamentalists in the U.S.. Wendy Hsu Wendy Hsu is a researcher, strategist, and educator who engages with hybrid research and organizing agendas for equality in arts, technology, and civic participation. A former ACLS Public Fellow, Hsu currently works as the digital strategist of the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, providing research and strategy to redesign the department's data and knowledge architecture. Hsu has served on the advisory committee for Cultural Research Network and the Society of Ethnomusicology Council. They also lead community-driven arts collectives included LA Listens currently funded by the National Endowment for the Arts. Since 2007, Hsu has taught at University of Virginia, Occidental College, and Art Center College of Design.


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Wendy Hsu - Occidental College


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