California-born, Utah-raised, and New York-refined, Terry K. Park is a Provost Dissertation Fellow and PhD candidate in the Cultural Studies Graduate Group at the University of California, Davis. He has taught courses in Asian American media, history, theater and 1950s Cold War American culture at UC Davis, Hunter College, and San Quentin State Prison. As a former performance artist, his off-Broadway solo show, 38th Parallels, premiered in New York City with the Pan Asian Repertory Theater. He is the creator and host of a weekly web-based roundtable talk show on Jeremy Lin and Linsanity called The Joy Dunk Club, presented by Asian CineVision. In the Bay Area, he curates a monthly Asian/Asian American film series called Oppa Oakland Style at the New Parkway Theater. He is also a member of the Asian Prisoners Support Committee, for whom he represented at the 2011 Mr. Hyphen Contest. As Mr. Hyphen 2011, he hopes to cure the world of Bieber Fever with Linsanity. Check out his website, terrykpark.com.
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