Hannah Ho Ming Yit
BA Honours in English Literature (Newcastle-upon-Tyne)
MA (Distinction) in Contemporary British and American Literature and Film Studies (Newcastle-upon-Tyne)
PhD in Asian American Literature (University of York)
- Introduction to English Literature
- Literary Appreciation and Criticism
- Contemporary Criticial Theory
- Postcolonial Literature
- American Literature
- Popular Fiction
- Film and Literature
- Twentieth Century Literature
- Literature of America's Minorities
- Asian Diaspora Cultures
- Transnational Migration
- Psychoanalytical Theory
- Memory Studies & Trauma Theory
- Relationship between Literature and Medicine
- Life Writing: Autobiography
- Gendered Identities and Subjectivities
- The Subject’s Mind-Body Connection
- Asian American Literature
- African American Literature
- The Contemporary Novel
Ho, Hannah (2015). The Language of Depathologised Melancholia. International Journal of Languages, Literature and Linguistics.
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Ho, Hannah (2013). Depathologising race. In S. Andermahr & S. Pellicer-Ortin (Eds.), Trauma narratives and herstories. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
Ho, Hannah (2015). Race, Gender and Postcolonialism in Jessica Hagedorn’s Dogeaters. 2nd International Conference on Linguistics, Literature and Arts. 4 February – 5 February 2015.
Ho, Hannah (2014). Death’s Journey in Fay Ng’s Novels. 11th Interdisciplinary-Net Conference on ‘Death, Dying and Suffering,’ Prague, Czech Republic. 1 November – 3 November 2014.
Ho, Hannah (2013). The ethnic evolution of Susan Choi’s novels. MELUS 27th Annual Conference in Pittsburgh. University of Pennsylvania. United States. 14 March – 17 March 2013.
Ho, Hannah (2012). Transformative identities in Korean American Literature. University King’s College London. London. United Kingdom. 14 November 2012.
Ho, Hannah (2012). Managing Racial Femininities: Bone and Dogeaters. Graduate Student Research Seminar Series. University of York, UK. 14 February 2012.
Ho, Hannah (2011). Transformative Racial Melancholia in Intersubjective Connections, at the conference Beyond Trauma: Narratives of (Im)possibility in Contemporary Literatures in English, University of Zaragoza, Spain, 31 March – 2 April 2011.
Ho, Hannah (2010). Voices of Memory within Mother-Daughter Stories, Gender Research Within and Across Disciplines, CWS (Centre for Women’s Studies), University of York, United Kingdom, 4 March 2010.
Ho, Hannah (2010). The Challenges Posed by Female Gender and Sexuality to the Language of Hierarchy, Asian Women Negotiating Hierarchy Within Family, CWS (Centre for Women’s Studies), University of York, United Kingdom, 29 April 2010.
Ho, Hannah (2010). Transcending Borders: Hybridised Identities of the Asian American Diaspora, at the Graduate Student Conference, University of York, United Kingdom, 26 May 2010.
Ho, Hannah (2010). Depathologising Racial Melancholia: Intergenerational Avenues of Transformation within ‘Herstories’ in Maxine Hong Kingston’s ‘The Woman Warrior’ and Amy Tan’s ‘The Bonesetter’s Daughter’, at the conference Trauma Narratives and Herstories: With a Special Emphasis on the Work of Eva Figes, University of Northampton, United Kingdom, 12-13 November 2010.
- Ho, Hannah (2011). Advisory Editorial Board Member for the Ostrava Journal of English Philology, University of Ostrava, in association with the Czech Ministry of Culture, Czech Republic.
- Visiting Scholar, Department of English, Kings College London, UK. October – November 2012.
- Visiting Researcher Scholar, Department of English, University of California, Berkeley. USA. 4 January – 15 December 2014.