Viola Lasmana is a 2018-2019 Postdoctoral Scholar - Teaching Fellow in the Department of American Studies and Ethnicity (ASE) at University of Southern California. She received her PhD from the Department of English at University of Southern California.
Viola Lasmana received her PhD from the Department of English at University of Southern California. Her research interests include digital humanities, transpacific studies, American literature, Southeast Asian American Studies, digital pedagogies, and remix culture. Her dissertation analyzes post-1965, post-genocide Indonesian/Indonesian-American cultural productions, including literature, film, and digital media and archives. Viola’s work can be found in Computers and Composition Online, make/shift: feminisms in motion, Interdisciplinary Humanities, and Visual Anthropology. She was a 2013-2014 USC Transpacific Studies Graduate Fellow, a 2015-2017 USC Digital Humanities PhD Fellow, and currently serves as one of Fembot Collective’s International Consultants on the Fembot Advisory Board (FAB).