Sophia Harvey

Associate Professor of Film
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Sophia Siddique Harvey holds a PhD from the University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts. Her research interests include Singapore film, Southeast Asian cinemas, and genres like science-fiction and horror. Her forthcoming publications include a collaborative interview with Tan Pin Pin (Routledge Companion to Asian Cinemas, co-edited by Zhen Zhang, Intan Paramaditha, Sangjoon Lee, and Debashree Mukherjee) and an essay about her participation in the making of Shirkers 1.0 (Incomplete: The Feminist Possibilities of the Unfinished Film, University of California Press, co-edited by Alix Beeston and Stefan Solomon).

BA, MA, PhD, University of Southern California
At Vassar since 2008


Vogelstein Center for Drama and Film
Box 471
By Appointment Only

Departments and Programs


FILM 209 World Cinema
FILM 391 Sensuous Theory Writing Workshop
FILM 392 Research Seminar in Film History and Theory

In the Media

Shirkers, in which Sophia Siddique Harvey, Associate Professor and Chair of Film, served as associate producer, was named to the Oscars Shortlist in the Documentary Feature category.


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