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Ann Ho '17

Ann Ho

Ann Ho is an alumna of the Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences, where she majored in English and Slavic Literatures and Languages. Inspired by her engagements in both the development field and literary criticism, she is invested in interdisciplinary research, particularly in the fields of postcolonial/transnational literatures and cultural studies. Ann has completed an Honors Thesis in English on the poetry of Grace Nichols and the ways in which Nichols redresses modernist representations of gender, politics, and race in the revanchism of Thatcherite Great Britain in the 1980s. Ann is the recipient of the Deborah H. Brady Award, the Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society, the Edwin L. Shuman Award for Best Honors Thesis in English, and the Helen G. Scott Award for Best Critical Essay on Global English Literature. After graduation, she plans to apply to doctorate programs in English literature.