Dr Daniel Luther

Dr Daniel Luther

LSE Fellow of Gender, Film and Media

Department of Gender Studies

Key Expertise
Literary Studies, Queer Theory, Film Studies, Gender and Sexuality Studies

About me

J. Daniel Luther is a Teaching Fellow in Gender, Film and Media. They completed their doctoral research from SOAS University of London and are also one of the co-founders of the international platform and network called ‘Queer’ Asia now in its 5th year running. Their doctoral research examines South Asian public culture, including cinema, literature, new, online and social media for the production and reiteration of gender and sexual norms. They completed their Master of Arts in Literary Studies at the National University of Singapore following a Bachelor of Arts degree in the University of Delhi, India. They have also previously taught in the Department of Sociology in the University of Warwick and are a Visiting Research Associate at Queer@King’s in King’s College London till December 2019.

In addition to their research interests in South Asian public culture, and South Asian Film Studies, and Literary Studies, their research interests also include Film Festival Studies, and Inter-Asia Research focusing on decolonial, post-colonial queer methodologies and practice.