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Full-time Research Fellows - Teri J. Silvio

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Teri J. Silvio

Job Title:Associate Research Fellow
Office:R2407
Employment:2002.01~
Tel:26523411
Overview

My research focuses on performance traditions, media technologies, and what happens when they intersect. I did the fieldwork for my Ph.D. dissertation (University of Chicago, Anthropology, 1998) with actresses and fans of Taiwanese Opera. The dissertation focused on Taiwanese Opera’s tradition of cross-gender performance, how actresses and their female fans thought about the relationship between onstage and offstage gender roles, and how this changed as koa-a-hi moved from temple festival performance to commercial theaters to film and television. For my next projects, I worked with the producers and fans of the Pili International Multimedia Company’s video puppetry series, and then with designers and collectors of different types of anthropomorphic figurines, including those for worship, puppets, and media tie-in products. 

My book, Puppets, Gods, and Brands: Theorizing the Age of Animation from Taiwan, forthcoming from the University of Hawai`i Press, is based on these projects, as well as some fieldwork with fans of Japanese manga and anime. In the book, I develop an anthropological concept of animation as a complement to the concept of performance: if performance is the creation of social selves through embodiment and psychic introjection, animation is the creation of social others through the projection of agency into the material world. I then look at practices of animation across different fields within Taiwanese society: entertainment, folk religion, economic enterprise, and the construction of national identity. 

My current research project looks at the expansion of the art toy and local comics scenes throughout East and Southeast Asia. These scenes lie at the intersection of subculture and the creative industry, and I focus on how work and play, local aesthetics and global market logics, and class, gender, and national identities, are being constructed and combined in new ways.

Education

  • 美國芝加哥大學人類學博士(1998)
  • 美國Bryn Mawr College 學士(1986)

Current Position

  • 中央研究院民族學研究所副研究員(2010.3-- )

Career(ClickOpen)

  • 中央研究院民族學研究所助研究員(2002.1.12--2010.3 )
  • 澳洲新南威爾斯大學講師(2000.1 )

Honors and Awards(ClickOpen)

  • 2008-08, 2011-07優秀年輕學者計畫(45歲以下)

Research Interests

  • Animation; Character Design; Gender and Sexuality; Popular Culture & Media; Performance; Cultural Studies

Field of Research

  • Taiwan; Hong Kong, China; Southeast Asia

Publications

Books、Chapters (ClickOpen)

Teri Silvio, Unpublished, Puppet Power: Taiwan in the Age of Animation..

Edited Books (chapters) (ClickOpen)

2018
Teri J. Silvio, Lily H. Chumley, 2018, Culture, Theory and Critique--After creativity: labour, policy, and ideology in East Asian creative industries, 75-192 pages, London: Taylor & Francis.

Journal Articles (ClickOpen)

2017-07
Teri J. Silvio, accepted, “Crying Songs and Their Fans: The Material and Affective Economy of Taiwanese Opera, 1945-1975”, POSITIONS-EAST ASIA CULTURES CRITIQUE, 25(3), 469-505.
2018-05
Teri J. Silvio, 2018, “Representing creative labour and identity in Singaporean graphic novels: Sonny Liew and Troy Chin”, Culture, Theory and Critique, 59(2), 139-157.
2013-12
Teri Silvio, 2013, “Permanent Alien Residence: On Reading Baudrillard in Taiwan.”, The Journal of American-East Asian Relations, 20(1), 364-376.
2010-09
Teri Silvio, 2010, ““Animation: The New Performance?””, Journal of Linguistic Anthropology, 20(2),422-438. (SSCI) (IF: 1.469; SSCI ranking: 15.9%,34.1%)
2009-09
Teri Silvio, 2009, ““Tai/ Kuso/ Camp: New Opeila and the Structure of Sensibility.””, Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, 10(3):341-360. (SSCI) (IF: 0.268; SSCI ranking: 92.7%,74.4%)
2009-07
Teri Silvio,2009,〈「懷舊的共同體與再合成的自我:金枝演社與台灣春風歌劇團的新胡撇仔戲」〉,《戲劇研究 (Journal of Theater Studies)》,4:1-29。(TSSCI)
2007
Teri J. Silvio, 2007, “Remediation and Local Globalizations: How Taiwan’s "Digital Video Knights-errant Puppetry"’ Writes the History of the New Media in Chinese”, Cultural Anthropology, 27(2), 285-313. (SSCI) (IF: 2.603; SSCI ranking: 9.8%)
2005-06
司黛蕊,2005,〈胡撇仔的多樣時空:從民族/國家之邊緣看歌仔戲〉,《民俗曲藝》,148: 7-42。(TSSCI)
2018-06
Teri J. Silvio, 2018, “After creativity: labour, policy, and ideology in East Asian creative industries”, Culture, Theory and Critique, 59(2), 75-80.
2017-07
Teri J. Silvio, 2017, “Crying Songs and Their Fans: The Material and Affective Economy of Taiwanese Opera, 1945-1975”, POSITIONS-EAST ASIA CULTURES CRITIQUE, 25(3), 469-505.
2005
Teri J. Silvio,2005,〈First as Farce, Then as Tragedy: Popular Allegory and National Analogy in Contemporary Taiwanese Opera〉,《Taiwan Journal of Anthropology》,第3卷第2期,頁45-77。(TSSCI)
1999-10
Teri J. Silvio, 1999, “Bodily Praxis and Identity in Taiwanese Opera.”, GLQ: A Journal of Gay and Lesbian Studies, 5: 585 - 603.
2010-09
Teri Silvio, 2010, ““Animation: The New Performance?””, Journal of Linguistic Anthropology, 20(2),422-438. (SSCI) (IF: 1.636; SSCI ranking: 27.1%,18.2%)
2009-09
Teri Silvio, 2009, ““Tai/ Kuso/ Camp: New Opeila and the Structure of Sensibility.””, Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, 10(3):341-360. (SSCI) (IF: 0.722; SSCI ranking: 50%,61.2%)
2007
Teri J. Silvio, 2007, “Remediation and Local Globalizations: How Taiwan’s "Digital Video Knights-errant Puppetry"’ Writes the History of the New Media in Chinese”, Cultural Anthropology, 27(2), 285-313. (SSCI) (IF: 2.556; SSCI ranking: 11.8%)

Books (chapters) (ClickOpen)

2013-11
司黛蕊,accepted,〈「我們哭得好開心!」戰後歌仔戲的感情結構與台灣女性的生活轉變〉,《台閩民間戲劇國際學術研討會論文集》,頁101-120。
2018
Teri J. Silvio,2018,〈After creativity: labour, policy, and ideology in East Asian creative industries〉,Teri J. Silvio, Lily H. Chumley編,《Culture, Theory and Critique》,頁59(2) 75-80,London:Taylor & Francis。
2010-11-22
Teri J. Silvio, 2010, ““BL/Q: The Aesthetics of Pili Puppetry Fan Fiction.””, editor(s): Marc L. Moskowitz, Popular Culture in Taiwan: Charismatic Modernity, pp. 149-166, Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.
2008
Teri J. Silvio, 2008, “Lesbianism and Taiwanese Localism in the Film The Silent Thrush”, editor(s): Peter A. Jackson, Fran Martin, Mark MacLelland, Audrey Yue, Asia Pacifi Queer: Rethinking Gender and Sexuality in the Asia-Pacific, pp. 217-234, Champaign: IL: University of Illinois Press.
2008
Teri J. Silvio, 2008, “Pop Culture Icons: Religious Inflections of the Character Toy in Taiwan”, editor(s): Frenchy Lunning, Mechademia #3, pp. 200-221, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.
2006
Teri J. Silvio, 2006, “Informationalized Affect: The Body in Taiwanese Digital-Video Puppetry and COSplay”, editor(s): Fran Martin, Larissa Heinrich, Embodied Modernities: Corporeality, Representation, and Chinese Cultures, pp. 195-217, Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press.
2005
司黛蕊,2005,〈霹靂戲迷的COSplay(角色扮演)—臺灣年輕女性的資訊化身體表演〉,劉元立編,《臺灣布袋戲與傳統文化創意產業研討會論文集》,頁189-201,宜蘭:國立傳統藝術中心。
2002
Teri J. Silvio, 2002, “Chinese Opera, Global Cinema, and the Ontology of the Person: Chen 2002 Kaige's Farewell My Concubine”, editor(s): Jeongwon Joe, Rose Theresa, Between Opera and Cinema, pp. 177-198, New York: Routledge.
2002
Bernard S. Cohn, Teri J. Silvio, 2002, “Race, Gender, and Historical Narrative in the Reconstruction of a Nation: Remembering and Forgetting the American Civil War”, editor(s): Brian K. Axel, From the Margins: Historical Anthropology and Its Futures, pp. 211-229, Durham: NC: Duke University Press.

Reviews (ClickOpen)

2013
Teri Silvio, 2013, “Review of Pink Globalization: Hello Kitty’s Trek across the Pacific (Christine Yano). ”, Asian Anthropology, 12(2), 175-177.
2012-06
Teri Silvio, 2012, “Review of documentary film, “Dancing for the Dead: Funeral Strippers in Taiwan” (dir. Marc Moskowitz, 2011). ”, Journal of Chinese Religions, 40(1), 126-127.
2010
Teri Silvio,2010,〈Book review of Coming of Age in Second Life: An Anthropologist Explores the Virtually Human (Tom Boellstorff) and Making Virtual Worlds: Linden Lab and Second Life (Thomas Malaby) 〉,《台灣人類學刊》,8(2),151-154。
2010
Teri Silvio, 2010, “Review of Henry Jenkins’ weblog, “Confessions of an Aca-Fan.””, American Anthropologist, 112(2), 320-320.
2007-1
Teri Silvio, 2007, “Book review of Nancy Guy’s Peking Opera and Politics in Taiwan”, International Journal of Asian Studies, 4(1),143-145.
2003-3
Teri Silvio, 2003, ““Live Performance in a World of Recordings, Broadcasting.” (conference report) ”, Anthropology News, 13.
2003
Teri Silvio, 2003, “Entry for "Xu Feng" (徐楓)”, Biographical Dictionary of Chinese Women: The Twentieth Century, 1912-2000.
2002
Teri Silvio, 2002, “Book review of Christine Yano’s Tears of Longing: Nostalgia and the Nation in Japanese Popular Song”, American Ethnologist, 29(4),1013.
2001
Teri Silvio, 2001, “Book review of Linda Jaivin’s The Monkey and the Dragon: A True Story about Music, Friendship, Politics, and Life on the Edge”, Chinese Studies Association of Australia Newsletter, November,14-15.
1998
Teri Silvio, 1998, “Book review of Jennifer Robertson’s Takarazuka: Sexual Politics and Popular Culture in Modern Japan”, American Ethnologist, 26(2),525-26.

Dissertation (ClickOpen)

1998-08
Teri J. Silvio, 1998, “Drag Melodrama/ Feminine Public Sphere/ Folk Television: 'Local Opera' and Identity in Taiwan.”, Department of Anthropology, University of Chicago.

Conference Papers and Proceedings (ClickOpen)

2017-11
Teri J. Silvio, 2017, “Reflexivities and Autobiographies: Taiwanese arty graphic novels vs. manga.”, paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.: the American Anthropological Association, 2017-11-29 ~ 2017-12-03.
2017-06
Teri J. Silvio, 2017, “Democratizing the Imperial Metaphor through Japanese Manga Style: Taiwanese Deity Toys and Comics”, paper presented at Chinese Religions in City Space and Cyberspace, 集思台大會議中心: National Taiwan University Department of Anthropology, 2017-06-28 ~ 2017-06-29.
2017-05
Teri J. Silvio, 2017, “Comparing Taiwanese and Hong Kong Art Toy Designers.”, paper presented at Roundtable on "Reflexive Sites: Approaching Taiwan via Hong Kong and Vice Versa," annual meeting of the North American Taiwan Studies Association, Stanford University, California, the United States: North American Taiwan Studies Association, 2017-05-25 ~ 2017-05-27.
2017-05
Teri J. Silvio,2017,〈Taiwan as Method: From Po-te-hi to Animation as Anthropological Concept〉,發表於Opening Forum: Taiwan as Intersectional Practices, annual meeting of the North American Taiwan Studies Association,Stanford University, California, the United States:North American Taiwan Studies Association,2017-05-25 ~ 2017-05-27。
2017-03
Teri J. Silvio,2017,〈Thunderbolt Fantasy: Cross-translating the Aesthetics of Taiwanese Puppetry and Japanese Anime〉,發表於the 14th Annual Conference of European Association of Taiwan Studies,the Department of Asian and North African Studies of Ca' Foscar:European Association of Taiwan Studies,2017-03-02 ~ 2017-03-04。
2016-11
Teri J. Silvio, 2016, “Blank Faces, Ambivalent Identities, and Transnational Address in the Graphic Novels of Lin Li-Ching and Troy Chin”, paper presented at 美國人類學協會American Anthropological Association年度會議“Evidence, Accident, Discovery”, 美國Minneapolis, Minnesota: 美國人類學協會American Anthropological Association, 2016-11-16 ~ 2016-11-19.
2016-08
Teri J. Silvio, 2016, “Localizing the Japanese manga system and making folk religion manga-esque: Wei Zongcheng’s Ming Zhan-Lu: Final Destiny of the Formosan Gods”, paper presented at Taiwan Imagined under the global gaze: The interplay of 'inside' and 'outside' perspectives in the formation of the idea of Taiwan, 英國倫敦: Centre of Taiwan Studies, the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), London, 2016-08-31 ~ 2016-09-02.
2015-11
TERI J. SILVIO, 2015, ““The (In)Visibility of Local Style: Creative Industry Ideology and Subcultural“The Ang-a Mode of Animation: The Granting of Agency in Chinese/ Taiwanese Religious, Artistic, and Economic Practice.”, paper presented at Institute for Area Studies, Asian Modernities and Traditions lecture series, Leiden, Netherlands: Leiden University, 2015-11-13.
2015-08
TERI J. SILVIO, 2015, ““Representations of salaried office work and freelance creative labor in Taiwanese and Singaporean comics.””, paper presented at Inter-Asia Cultural Studies Conference, Undercurrents: Unearthing Hidden Social and Discursive Practices, Surabaya, Indonesia: Universitas Airlangga, 2015-08-07 ~ 2015-08-09.
2015-04
TERI J. SILVIO, 2015, “The (In)Visibility of Local Style: Creative Industry Ideology and Subcultural Practice Among Taiwanese and Hong Kong Art Toy Designers.”, paper presented at he European Association for Taiwan Studies Annual Meeting, Krakow: Jagiellonian University, 2015-04-08 ~ 2015-04-10.
2014-12
TERI J. SILVIO, 2014, “Fujoshi Nation: The Politics of Personification in Axis Powers Hetalia Fandom”, paper presented at American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting, Washington DC: American Anthropological Association, 2014-12-03 ~ 2014-12-07.
2013-11
Teri Silvio, 2013, “Cross-Gender Performance in the Age of Digital Media”, paper presented at American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting, Chicago: American Anthropological Association, 2013-11-20 ~ 2013-11-24.
2013-10
Teri Silvio, 2013, “Axis Powers Hetalia (義呆利)粉絲的國家想像”, paper presented at Taiwan Association of Anthropology and Ethnology Annual Conference, National Chiao Tung University: 台灣人類學與民族學學會, 2013-10-12 ~ 2013-10-13.
2013-07
Teri Silvio, 2013, “The Impossibility of Immaterial Labor and the Anxieties of Branding: Defining Value in the Taiwan and Hong Kong Design Industries.”, paper presented at Inter-Asia Cultural Studies Annual Conference, National University of Singapore: 亞際文化研究學會, 2013-07-03 ~ 2013-07-05.
2013-05
Teri Silvio, 2013, “Changing the Story: Women’s Participatory Fandom in Unscripted Taiwanese Opera in the 1950s and 1960s.”, paper presented at 台閩民間戲劇國際學術研討會, 國立成功大學: 國立成功大學閩南文化研究中心, 2013-05-25 ~ 2013-05-26.
2012-11
司黛蕊, 2012, “Fated Intimacy: Cute Deity Figurines and Belief in Taiwan”, paper presented at Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, San Francisco, U.S.A.: American Anthropological Association, 2012-11-14 ~ 2012-11-18.
2012-08
司黛蕊, 2012, “Character Goods Design in East Asia and Beyond”, paper presented at Research Cluster on the Cultural and Creative Industries in Asia, Bangalore, India.: Centre for the Study of Culture and Society, 2012-08-03 ~ 2012-08-04.
2012-06
司黛蕊, 2012, “Producing, Creating, Branding: Ideologies of Labor and Value among Taiwan and Hong Kong Character Goods Designers.”, paper presented at 第四屆國際漢學會議, 中央研究院民族學研究所: 中央研究院, 2012-06-20 ~ 2012-06-22.
2011-11
Teri Silvio, 2011, “Ang-a: On the Agency of Taiwanese Puppets.”, paper presented at the annual conference of the American Anthropologolical Association (AAA), Montreal, Canada: AAA, 2011-11-16 ~ 2011-11-20.
2011-09
Teri Silvio, 2011, “Divine Cuteness: on the Intimacy of Deity Figurines.”, paper presented at the East Asian Popular Culture Association Inaugural Conference, 台北: EAPCA, 2011-09-01 ~ 2011-09-04.
2011-09
Teri Silvio, 2011, “Virtual Agencies: Gender, Religion, andCharacter Toys in Taiwan.”, paper presented at “Light and Shadow in East Asia: Health, Wealth and Hungry Ghosts” International Conference, Osaka, Japan: National Museum of Ethnology, 2011-09-08 ~ 2011-09-11.
2011-03
Teri Silvio, 2011, “Figuring (Out) Identity: Vinyl Toy Design in Taiwan and Hong Kong.”, paper presented at the annual conference of the Association for Asian Studies (AAS), Honolulu, Hawaii: AAS, 2011-03-31 ~ 2011-04-03.
2011-02
Teri Silvio, 2011, “Performance and Animation, Self-making and World-Making.”, paper presented at the World Craft: The Business and Culture of Gaming in East Asia Conference, University of California, Berkeley: University of California, Berkeley, 2011-02-25 ~ 2011-02-26.
2010-12
Teri Silvio, 2010, “Virtual Agencies: Gender, Religion, and Character Toys in Taiwan”, paper presented at Pop Culture in Asia: Adaption, Convergence and Challenges Conference, Singapore: National University of Singapore Department of History in conjunction with the 2010 Singapore Toys, Games and Comics Convention, 2010-12-10 ~ 2010-12-12.
2010-10
Teri Silvio, 2010, “Characterizing Marginality: Designer Toys in Taiwan and Hong Kong”, paper presented at 台灣人類學與民族學學會 (TSAE)年會, Taipei: nstitute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica, 2010-10-02 ~ 2010-10-03.
2010-06
Teri Silvio, 2010, ““Notes Towards an Anthropology of Animation.” ”, paper presented at Anthropological Futures Conference, Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica: Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica, 2010-06-12 ~ 2010-06-13.
2010-03
Teri Silvio, 2010, “2010 “Making Gods Cute: on Intimacy and Alienation in Contemporary Taiwan.””, paper presented at annual meeting of the Association for Asian Studies, Philadelphia, USA: AAS, 2010-03-25 ~ 2010-03-28.
2009-12
Teri J. Silvio, 2009, ““Baudrillard in Taiwan.””, paper presented at Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Philadelphia: American Anthropological Association, 2009-12-02 ~ 2009-12-06.
2009-07
Teri J. Silvio, 2009, ““Animation: The New Performance?” ”, paper presented at Asian Digital Cultures 2 Conference, Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica: Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica, 2009-07-07 ~ 2009-07-08.
2009-07
Teri J. Silvio, 2009, ““Wuxia Ethics and Cute Sprouts: Masculine and Feminine Modes of Engagement with the Pili Puppetry Serials.” ”, paper presented at 2009 SEAA/ TSAE Meetings, Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica: Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica, 2009-07-02 ~ 2009-07-05.
2008-10
Teri Silvio , 2008, ““Wuxia Ethics and Cute Sprouts: Masculine and Feminine Modes of Engagement with the Pili Puppetry Serials.””, paper presented at Charismatic Modernity: Popular Culture in Taiwan, University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina: University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina, 2008-10-03 ~ 2008-10-05.
2008-06
Teri Silvio, 2008, ““National Nostalgia and Subcultural Subversions: Reflexivity and Community in ‘New Opeila’.””, paper presented at the International Workshop on Narration and Genre, Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica: Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica, 2008-06-19 ~ 2008-06-20.
2007-11
Teri Silvio , 2007, ““From working-class comedy to E-generation camp: the transformations of Taiwanese ‘opeila’.””, paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Anthropological Association, Washington D.C.: American Anthropological Association, 2007-11-28 ~ 2007-12-02.
2007-07
Teri Silvio, 2007, ““Digital Video Puppetry: Modeling Taiwan-Centered Globalization.””, paper presented at Ubiquitous Media: Asian Transformations Conference, Tokyo: Tokyo University, 2007-07-13 ~ 2007-07-16.
2007-06
Teri Silvio, 2007, ““Writing Ethnography In and For an Adopted Home: Questions of Address.””, paper presented at Inter-Asia Cultural Studies Society Conference, Shanghai University: Shanghai University, 2007-06-15 ~ 2007-06-17.
2007-05
Teri Silvio, 2007, ““World-class Localism vs. Local Cosmopolitanism: Transformations in Taiwanese Opera Since the 1990s.””, paper presented at Indigeneities and Cosmopolitanisms: CASCA-AES Conference, University of Toronto: University of Toronto, 2007-05-08 ~ 2007-05-12.
2006-12
Teri Silvio, 2006, ““Puppets and Vinyl Toys: Transitional Objects for Kidults.””, paper presented at 「人類學與精神分析的對話」工作坊, 清華大學人文社會學院C310室: 清華大學人類學研究所, 2006-12-10.
2006-07
Teri Silvio, 2006, ““The Ang-a in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction.””, paper presented at Cultural Studies Association Crossroads Meeting, Istanbul: Istanbul Bilgi University, 2006-07-20 ~ 2006-07-23.
2006-01
Teri Silvio, 2006, ““COSplay (角色扮演) –資訊化的身體表演.””, paper presented at 2006 STS 構思、教學與實踐研習營, 淡水: 中央研究院史語所, 2006-01-12 ~ 2006-01-26.
2005-11
Teri Silvio, 2005, ““What Post-field?””, paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Anthropological Association, Washington DC: American Anthropological Association, 2005-11-30 ~ 2005-12-04.
2005-08
Teri Silvio, 2005, “ “霹靂戲迷的COSplay (角色扮演) – 台灣年輕女性的資訊化身體表演.” ”, 189-201 pages, paper presented at 台灣布袋戲與傳統文化創意產業研討會, 宜蘭傳藝中心: 國立傳統文化中心, 2005-08-26 ~ 2005-08-27.
2005-06
Teri Silvio, 2005, ““First as Farce, Then as Tragedy: Popular Allegory and National Analogy in Contemporary Taiwanese Opera.””, paper presented at “Rethinking Modern Chinese History”: An International Conference to Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Institute of Modern History, Institute of Modern History, Academia Sinica: Institute of Modern History, Academia Sinica, 2005-06-29 ~ 2005-07-01.
2003
Teri Silvio, 2003, ““Animating globalization: the pleasures of media overload in television puppet serials.””, paper presented at the annual meetings of the Association for Asian Studies (AAS), New York: Association for Asian Studies, 2003.
2003
Teri Silvio, 2003, ““Gendering informationalism: Realism and reflexivity in Taiwanese video puppetry serials and fan culture.” ”, paper presented at American Anthropological Association (AAA) meetings, Chicago: American Anthropological Association, 2003.
2003
Teri Silvio, 2003, ““Lesbians and localism: traditional opera actresses in Taiwan and Hong Kong cinema in the 1990s.””, paper presented at International Convention of Asia Scholars (ICAS) meeting, Singapore: International Convention of Asia Scholars, 2003.
2002-02
Teri Silvio, 2002, ““Are puppets to local as computers are to global?: Animating fantasies of the Pili puppet serials.” ”, paper presented at Monday lecture, Institute of Ethnology, Institute of Ethnology: Institute of Ethnology, 2002-02-24.
2002
Teri Silvio, 2002, ““The human body as medium in Taiwanese television puppetry and its fan culture.” ”, paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Anthropological Association, New Orleans: American Anthropological Association, 2002.
2001
Teri Silvio, 2001, ““Jianghu as Microsoft: Entering/ Animating the Global Hi-Tech Economy in Taiwanese Television Puppet Serials.” ”, paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Anthropological Assocation, Washington DC: American Anthropological Assocation, 2001.
2000
Teri Silvio, 2000, ““The Backstage Drama: Localism, Sexuality, and Nostalgia in an Emerging Chinese Language Cinema Genre.” ”, paper presented at Asian Research Group, University of Sydney, University of Sydney: University of Sydney, 2000.
1999-06
Teri Silvio, 1999, ““From Tears to Signs: on the circuit between koa-a-hi (Taiwanese Opera) aesthetics and Taiwanese identity discourse.””, paper presented at Re-Imagining Political Community: Taiwan Facing the New Millennium, University of Wisconsin--Madison: North American Taiwan Studies Association, 1999-06-04 ~ 1999-06-07.
1999
Teri Silvio, 1999, ““Taiwanese Operas.””, paper presented at the Cultural Awareness Center, Sacramento City College, Sacramento City College: Sacramento City College, 1999.
1998
Teri Silvio, 1998, “ “Koa-a-hi from Stage to Television: On the ontology of gender identity and the transformation of visual culture in Taiwan.””, paper presented at Maritime China Conference, University of California, Berkeley: University of California, Berkeley, 1998.
1996
Teri Silvio, 1996, “"Darting Eyes and Unscripted Tongues: The Problem of the Actress in the Construction of Taiwanese Identity."”, paper presented at David Schneider Memorial Symposium, University of Chicago: University of Chicago, 1996.
1996
Teri Silvio, 1996, “"Drag Soap Opera, Mass Mediated Folk Culture: Identifications between Female Fans and Actresses in Television Taiwanese Opera." ”, paper presented at the meetings of the American Anthropological Association, San Francisco: American Anthropological Association, 1996.
1995
Teri Silvio, 1995, “"Onstage, Offstage, Backstage: Popular Theater and the Market in Taiwan."”, paper presented at the meetings of the American Anthropological Association, , Washington, D.C: American Anthropological Association, 1995.

Visual & Audio Works (ClickOpen)

2012
《“Go, Figures! The Culture and Charisma of Statues, Puppets, and Dolls” <偶的世界, 偶的魅力>》。特展。司黛蕊導演。2012年。* 展期2012/10/17-2013/07/31 展場:民族學研究所博物館。
2012
彩虹芭拉 “Rainbow Popcorn: the Lesbian Factory 2. 紀錄片. Directed by 陳素香. Published by in 2012. * Interviewer, Translator, TIWA製作群之一.
2010
《T婆工廠 “The Lesbian Factory”》。紀錄片,56分鐘。陳素香導演。2010年。* Interviewer, Translator, TIWA製作群之一。

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