Jennifer Gresham received her B.A. and M.A. in English literature from the University of Toronto and completed her PhD on “Forms and Functions of Genre in Transnational Popular Culture” on a Hong Kong PhD Fellowship at the University of Hong Kong in 2018.  Her research interests include transnational genre and processes of genrification; cultures of taste, cult fandom and subcultural taste formations; the effects of media convergence, remediation, and mediatisation on popular culture; transnationalism and cross-cultural theory; film and television; and, more recently, world Modernism and world literatures. 


Courses offered in 2019-2020

ENGL6079       World modernisms




“Unauthorized Bonds: Shaw’s Bond-type Films and the Problem of Genre”
School of English Seminar Series, University of Hong KongApril 27, 2017

“Sasori vs. The System?: The Female Convict Scorpion Series as Cult Cinema” 
IAFOR ACAH 2015 - Asian Conference on Arts and Humanities, Osaka International Conference Centre, Osaka, Japan, April 2-5, 2015

“Pulp Crossings: International Pulp Fiction as a Site of Cross-Cultural Exchange”
Culture Factor: 3rdAnnual Humber Liberal Arts and Sciences Conference, Humber College, Toronto, Canada, Sept. 29-30, 2012



Last updated: 23 August 2019