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Dr Corey Kai Nelson Schultz 


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Dr Corey Kai Nelson Schultz is Lecturer in the Film department at the University of Southampton.

I was appointed Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Film Studies at the University of Southampton in 2014.  Previously, I taught at Goldsmiths (University of London), London College of Communication (University of the Arts London), and the University of California at Berkeley.  I became a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy in 2012.

I have a PhD from Goldsmiths, and a MA in Asian Studies (China Concentration) from UC Berkeley. I have also studied at Fudan University (Shanghai) and Tsinghua University (Beijing). My areas of research are contemporary Chinese visual culture and film phenomenology.  In 2016, I received a Small Research Grant funded by the British Academy, the Leverhulme Trust and the Sir Ernest Cassel Trust for my project “Sites of Commemoration: Contemporary Chinese Commemorative Museums and Affective Experience.” In August of that year, I travelled to China to conduct fieldwork at selected commemorative sites and, during this trip, developed an interest in aspects of film tourism (my profile photo was taken in the cockpit in the airplane featured in Jia Zhangke’s The World (2004)).  

At the SUSU Academic Awards 2017, I received the “Highly Commended: Most Engaging Lecturer” award for Humanities. 


Dr. Corey Kai Nelson Schultz's latest book 'Moving Figures'
Dr. Corey Kai Nelson Schultz's latest book 'Moving Figures'

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Dr Corey Kai Nelson Schultz
University of Southampton
Avenue Campus
SO17 1BF
United Kingdom

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