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Jillana Enteen

Associate Professor of Instruction, Gender & Sexuality Studies

Ph.D. Rutgers


Jillana B. Enteen is a Senior Lecturer in Gender & Sexuality Studies and serves on the Asian American Studies and Asian Studies Program Faculty. She is co-founder and co-convener of NUDHL, Northwestern University’s Digital Humanities Lab. A former Fulbright Fellow to Thailand, she specializes in Thai culture and literature in English as well as non-Thai depictions of Thailand. Enteen’s publications concern online depictions of race, gender, sexuality, and nation in English by overlooked internet populations and the use of English language terms for sexualities and genders in the urban cultures of Thailand. Currently, Dr. Enteen is researching Gender Reassignment Surgeries (GRS) available in Thailand for international consumption advertised online. She is the author of two book and numerous essays including Virtual English: Queer Internets and Digital Creolization (Routledge, 2009) and Import: Export: English Language terms for Genders and Sexualities in Thailand (Onyx, 2014).
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