Hannah Ho
Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Universiti Brunei Darussalam
Dr. Hannah

Dr. Hannah Ho Ming Yit is an Assistant Professor at Universiti Brunei Darussalam and her current research focuses on mental health representations in Bruneian literature and the media. She has written on the COVID-19 pandemic in Brunei in scholarly articles and institutional blogs. Awarded a NUS (National University of Singapore) fellowship, she will be conducting further interdisciplinary studies on the effects of COVID-19 in Southeast Asia in 2023. She is also the co-editor of the volume Engaging Modern Brunei: Research on Language, Literature and Culture (Springer, 2021).

Dr. Hannah Ho holds a PhD in Contemporary Asian American Literature from the University of York, United Kingdom (2012). Her postdoctoral fellowships include Kings' College London (UK) and at the Center for Ethnic Studies at University of California, Berkeley (USA). She is the author of the book "Engaging Modern Brunei: Research on Language, Literature and Culture." Springer.

For further information, please see her online academic profile.