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I am a writer and English Literature academic, specializing in post-colonial creative practice. I joined UNNC in 2020 after completing my PhD at the University of Sheffield. My novel, The Widening of Tolo Highway, set in Hong Kong, is forthcoming with Penguin Random House SEA 2022

Research Interests

Post-colonial Literature in English; Stylistics; Creative Writing; Narrative Methodology

My research is interdisciplinary, spanning psychogeography, life-writing, and literary stylistics. My current practice-based project, Exits and Departures, involves the development of a methodology for ‘de-politicising’ context and setting in global literature.

Teaching

Convened:

EDEN 1001 ‘Studying Literature’ (UG)

EDEN 4020 'Teaching English Language and Literature' (MA)

Taught:

EDEN 2004 ‘Literary Linguistics’ (UG)

(CELE) RWAC 'Reading and Writing in Academic Contexts' (UG)

(CELE) OSCa 'Oral Communication Skills' (UG)

(CELE) ESACa 'English in Specific Academic Contexts: International Communications' (UG)

(CELE) DBR 'Discipline Based Reading: International Communications/ International Studies/ English' (UG)

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, The University of Sheffield

10 Oct 201617 Jul 2019

Award Date: 17 Jul 2019

Master, The University of Sheffield

7 Sep 201513 Jul 2016

Award Date: 13 Jul 2016

Bachelor, The University of Sheffield

10 Sep 201116 Jul 2014

Award Date: 16 Jul 2014

Disciplines

  • Foreign Language and Literature

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