Kenneth Chan is Associate Professor of Film Studies and the Director of Graduate Studies in the Department of English at the University of Northern Colorado. His book Remade in Hollywood: The Global Chinese Presence in Transnational Cinemas was published in 2009 (Hong Kong University Press; distributed in the US by the University of Washington Press). Apart from the Chinese in Hollywood, Chan's research and teaching interests cover transnational Chinese cinemas, Asian American film, Singapore cultural studies, gender and sexuality studies, queer cinemas, and contemporary American film genres such as melodramas, musicals, action films, and science fiction. His essays have also appeared in various book-length collections and academic journals, including Cinema Journal, Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature, Asian Cinema, Journal of Chinese Cinemas, Mediascape, Discourse, and Camera Obscura. Chan is now directing his research attention to a number of different projects, one on the cinema of Hong Kong auteur Yonfan, and another focusing on queer cinemas from Southeast Asia. He is also co-editing a collection of essays on contemporary American musical screen cultures. Dr. Chan is a member of the editorial boards of the Journal of Chinese Cinemas and The CEA Critic. He further volunteers as the Chair of the International Advisory Board of the Asian Film Archive, Singapore. He received the College Scholar award in 2010-2011 from UNC's College of Humanities and Social Sciences. As an ardent figure skater, he serves on the board of the Mountain View Skating Club and regularly performs in ice shows at the Greeley Ice Haus.