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Dr Hannah Ho Lecturer, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

About Me Publications

Dr Hannah Ho

Lecturer, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences hannah.ho@ubd.edu.bn


ABOUT ME

Hannah Ho read her BA (Hons) in English Literature at the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne (UK). She completed her MA in Contemporary Studies: British and American Film and Literature at the same institution. She has a PhD in Asian American Literature from the University of York (UK).

She works as a lecturer at Universiti Brunei Darussalam, where she currently contributes to undergraduate teaching in the following modules: 'Introduction to English Literature,' 'Film and Literature,' 'Popular Fiction,' 'Twentieth Century Literature,' 'American Literature,' 'Contemporary Critical Theory' and 'Literature of America's Minorities'.

She also supervises BA final year research projects and is currently supervising a PhD student in the area of postcolonial noir fiction.

Besides teaching, she holds an administrative post as Programme Leader of English Studies, Creative Arts, and Communication at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. She currently sits on the faculty board for graduate studies.

Her latest research project includes the representation of postmodern, melancholic identities in Southeast Asian literature.

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Asian Diasporic Identities, Psychoanalytical Theory, Memory and Trauma Studies, Contemporary Fiction and Poetry, Asian American Literature, Gendered Identities and Subjectivities, African American Literature, Literature and Medicin, Minority 'Global' Literatures

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RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Ho, Hannah (2015). The Language of Depathologized Melancholia in Jessica Hagedorn’s Dogeaters. South East Asia: A Multidisciplinary Journal, 15, 17-25. (PDF Version).
Ho, Hannah (2013). Depathologising race. In S. Andermahr & S. Pellicer-Ortin (Eds.), Trauma narratives and herstories. London: Palgrave Macmillan.


TOP PUBLICATIONS

Ho, Hannah (2015). The Language of Depathologized Melancholia in Jessica Hagedorn’s Dogeaters. South East Asia: A Multidisciplinary Journal, 15, 17-25. (PDF Version).
Ho, Hannah (2013). Depathologising race. In S. Andermahr & S. Pellicer-Ortin (Eds.), Trauma narratives and herstories. London: Palgrave Macmillan.


GRANT DETAILS

URG
UBD/PNC2/2/RG/1(268)
‘Cartographies of Identity in Asian American and Asian Diaspora Literatures’
Hannah Ho, Ming Yit
BND $10,000
01/01/2014 - 31/12/2014


RESEARCH OUTPUTS (PATENTS, SOFTWARE, PUBLICATIONS, PRODUCTS)

Ho, Hannah (2013). Depathologising race. In S. Andermahr & S. Pellicer-Ortin (Eds.), Trauma narratives and herstories. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Ho, Hannah (2015). The Language of Depathologized Melancholia in Jessica Hagedorn’s Dogeaters. South East Asia: A Multidisciplinary Journal, 15, 17-25. (PDF Version).


CONSULTANCY

Yes, provides consultancy

Brunei-US English Language Enrichment Project – 2013, 2015, 2016.
Facilitator for modules taken by Officers and Diplomats from ASEAN countries. Contributed to the Faculty Fund for 3 years in which I was involved in teaching.

Higher Education, Ministry of Education.
Consultant Writer and Editor for the Higher Education Strategic Planning in 2015. Ministry of Education (MOE), Berakas, Brunei Darussalam.

Defence Academy, Royal Brunei Armed Forces (RBAF), Ministry of Defence.
Coordinator and Facilitator of Media Management Course scheduled to happen on 25-26 April 2017. Bolkiah Garrison. Ministry of Defence (MinDEF), Brunei Darussalam.

Invited Keynote Speaker
Guest keynote speaker at Maktab Duli Pengiran Muda Al-Muhtadee Billah (MDPMAMB) College, Gadong. Brunei Darussalam. 19 April 2017. In celebration of “World’s Shakespeare Day.”

Editor for iCUBE Bukit Pagon Expedition Coffee Table Book
Edited VC, Acting Director of Forestry and CEO of Heart of Borneo’s messages.

b. Copy edited entire book volume, including its contents and photo captions. 2016.


Industry, Institute, or Organisation Collaboration

Working on collaborating with FASS colleagues at Malay Linguistics and Literature to retrieve translated works of poetry and prose for examination.