Thy Phu is an Associate Professor at Western University. After completing her PhD at UC Berkeley, and a Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowship at the University of Toronto, Dr. Phu joined the Department, where she teaches courses on cultural studies, critical theory, and American studies. She has also served as Senior Visiting Research Fellow at the Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore. Her research exploresintersections between visual studies, critical race studies, transnational American studies, and transpacific critique, and is funded by numerous awards including SSHRC Standard Research, Insight, Connection, and Partnership Development Grants. She is the author of two books; the first, Picturing Model Citizens: Civility in Asian American Visual Culture is published by Temple University Press; and the second, Feeling Photography, is a collection of essays co-edited with Elspeth Brown published by Duke University Press. She is presently working on a monograph titled Warring Visions, which provides a new visual history of the war in Vietnam by focusing on the works of Vietnamese photographers. Her related project, Cold War Camera, is a collection of essays co-edited with Andrea Noble. She is also the PI for the SSHRC-funded collaborative project, The Family Camera Network, which collects and preserves family photos and stories about them (familycameranetwork.org). In 2016-17, Dr. Phu is based at the MacMillan Center at Yale University, where she holds the position of Visiting Bicentennial Associate Professor of Canadian Studies.