Doc Lab: People

Co-Directors

Kolleen Marie Guy

Kolleen Marie Guy

Professor Guy is Associate Professor of Humanities and Chair of the Division of Arts and Humanities, Undergraduate Program at Duke Kunshan University. She has a PhD in History from Indiana University, Bloomington. Prior to joining DKU, she was the Ricardo Romo Distinguished Professor in the Honors College at the University of Texas, San Antonio. Professor Guy’s research focuses on the history of food and wine as highlighted in her award-winning book, When Champagne became French: Wine and the Making of a National Identity. Her main research interest is on how the consumption and production of food and drink shape national memory and identity. She has won numerous awards for teaching innovation.

Kaley Clements

Kaley Clements

Kaley Clements is an Assistant Professor of Documentary and Digital Media Arts with expertise in documentary, filmmaking, photography, visual narratives, aural storytelling, and soundscape design. He received an MFA in Experimental and Documentary Arts from Duke University. His research focuses on where social conflict, climate change, and the loss of diversification converge under the power structures of the globalizing economy. He has produced work in Saudi Arabia, Cuba, Mexico, Vietnam, and the US. His work has been screened internationally and he has curated film exhibitions and festivals in the Greater Shanghai Area.

Seth Benjamin Henderson

Seth Henderson
Seth Henderson is an Assistant Professor of Media and Arts at Duke Kunshan University. He holds a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) degree in filmmaking as well as a PhD in Film Studies (documentary film in Hong Kong).  As a filmmaker and a film historian whose impulses are rooted in creative storytelling, he is particularly interested in the complex relationship between local traditions and global phenomena. His twenty years of professional experience spans the United States, Japan, and Hong Kong, and he has sold two feature-length screenplays to production companies. His work has been recognized by several international film awards, including at the Hot Docs Documentary Festival in Toronto, and has been shown nationally on PBS in the US.