Assistant Professor, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Kathrina Mohd Daud is an Assistant Professor in the English Studies programme at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. She is happy to supervise undergraduate and graduate theses and invites applications on popular fiction, Southeast Asian literature, Islamic fiction and creative writing.
She is a Research Associate at the Center for Advanced Research and the UBD-Institute of Asian Studies (2017-2018).
She has previously been a U.S State Department Scholar at the Study of the U.S Institute for Contemporary American literature (2012), Visiting Research Fellow, Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies (2013), a Visiting Research Scholar, Southeast Asian Center, University of Washington (2014), and a Visiting Research Fellow at the Center for Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS), Kyoto University (2017-2018).
She has also previously held joint appointments at the Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien Center for Islamic Studies (2014-2017) and the UBD Institute of Asian Studies (2014-2017).
She has been an invited speaker to the Singapore Writers Festival (2017) and has been the recipient of a few grants, including the Peter Rollins Travel Grant for Early Career Faculty (2014), and the Kathleen Gilles Seidel Grant (2015), and won the Judges' Pick for her short story "I am a Bird" in the Asia-Europe Short Story Contest in 2013.
She co-founded Salted Egg Theatre and the Brunei Feminist Book Club in 2016.
PhD in Creative Writing, University of Manchester (2011)
MA in Writing (Distinction), University of Warwick (2007)
BA in English Literature (1st Class), University of York (2006)
Bruneian Literature, Popular Fiction, Global Islamic Literature
Considering contemporary Muslim Narratives from Southeast Asia, and how they situate, reflect and construct Muslim identity, partially in comparison to global Muslim narratives.
Translation of this seminal Bruneian text, including invited essays from prominent scholars of Bruneian literature.
Considering representations of the exotic in contemporary SEA fiction.
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Kathrina Mohd Daud
World Englishes, ISSN: 08832919, eISSN: 1467971X, Pages: 602-611, Published: 1 December 2016
Blackwell Publishing Ltd
Kathrina Mohd Daud, Grace V. S. Chin and Maslin Jukim
The Use and Status of Language in Brunei Darussalam: A Kingdom of Unexpected Linguistic Diversity, Pages: 241-251, Published: 1 January 2016
2012 PI, “The Invisible Engine” [9937BND]
2014 co-PI, “Women in Postcolonial Southeast Asian Literature” [4541BND]
2015 co-PI, “Modern Muslim Literature in the Nusantara” [9600BND]
2016, PI, “Interfaith Dialogue and Religious Diversity in HEIs in Brunei Darussalam”
1. Kathrina Mohd Daud (2018) "Battling Ephemera: Bruneian Narratives, Public Record, the need for a critical middle." Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, Young Academics Voice, April 2018.
2. Grace VS Chin and Kathrina Mohd Daud (2017) Introduction. In Grace V.S. Chin and Kathrina Mohd Daud (Eds.), The Southeast Asian Woman Writes Back: Gender, Nation and Identity in the Literatures of Brunei Darussalam, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and the Philippines, (pp. 1-17). Singapore: Springer
3.Kathrina Mohd Daud (2017) Articulating Female Citizenship in Norsiah Gapar’s Pengabdian,. In Grace V.S. Chin and Kathrina Mohd Daud (Eds.), The Southeast Asian Woman Writes Back: Gender, Nation and Identity in the Literatures of Brunei Darussalam, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and the Philippines, (pp. 41-54). Singapore: Springer
4. Kathrina Mohd Daud (2017). The Halfling King. Heartwrite Co.
5. Kathrina Mohd Daud (2017). The Tudong Monologues. Performed in May 2017, Salted Egg Theatre.
6. Kathrina Mohd Daud (2016). The ghosts of Islam and the unseen world in Bruneian horror stories. World Englishes, 35(4), 602–611.
7. Kathrina Mohd Daud, Chin, G. V. S., & Maslin Jukim (2016). Contemporary English and Malay literature in Brunei: A comparison. In Noor Azam Haji-Othman, J. McLellan & D. Deterding (Eds.), The use and status of language in Brunei Darussalam: A kingdom of unexpected linguistic diversity (pp. 241–251). Singapore: Springer.
8. Chin, G. V. S., & Kathrina Daud (2014). Negotiating Difference: The Trope of “Anak Derhaka” and Ideological Endings in Bruneian writings. The Journal of Commonwealth Literature.
9. Kathrina bte DP Haji Mohd Daud (2013). Review of The Garden of Evening Mists, by Tan Twan Eng. South East Asia 13, 35-36. (PDF Version)
Yes, provides consultancy
Research Associate, UBD Center for Advanced Research (CARe) 2017-2018
Research Associate, UBD Institute of Asian Studies (UBD-IAS) 2017-2018
Visiting Research Scholar, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University 2017-2018
1. U.S State Department Scholar at the Study of the U.S Institute for Contemporary American literature, 2012
2. Visiting Research Fellow, Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies, 2013
3. Visiting Research Scholar, Southeast Asian Center, University of Washington, 2014
4. Joint Appointment, Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien Center for Islamic Studies, 2014-2017
5. Joint Appointment, UBD-Institute of Asian Studes, 2014-2017
Art critic for The Scoop (2017)