AMDA Faculty since: 2015
Stephanie Lim is an accomplished writer,
educator and scholar whose research focuses on contemporary American musical
theatre with specific interests in Deaf Studies and Disability Studies, the
representation and inclusion of minorities on stage, and adaptations. Her research
interests include: popular culture, contemporary American literature, new
media, rhetoric and composition. She has presented her research on musical
theatre across the country and written about the exploration of cross-cultural
relationships and Mikhail Bakhtin's notion of the carnivalesque in The Book of Mormon. Her latest project
is an examination of power relations on the television series Oz and Orange is the New Black.
Stephanie teaches English Composition.
M.A., English, California State University, Northridge
B.A., English Literature, California State University, Northridge