Dr Tammy Ho


何麗明博士

Date: 26 Apr 2018 (Thursday)

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HKBU scholar elected Junior Fellow of Hong Kong Academy of the Humanities

浸大學者獲選為香港人文學院初級院士

Dr Tammy Ho, Assistant Professor of the Department of English Language and Literature, has been elected as a Junior Fellow of the Hong Kong Academy of the Humanities (HKAH) for five years, effective from April 2018.
 
HKAH held its election of Junior Fellows with the intention of recognising the research and leadership potential of gifted mid-career humanists in Hong Kong and supporting them to develop into world-class scholars. Dr Ho said: “Looking ahead, I will continue to contribute to the humanities through my various roles. I believe that, as a scholar, a dedicated editor of an international literary publication based in Hong Kong, a translator and poet, I will be a humble but valuable addition to the Hong Kong Academy of Humanities.” 
 
Dr Ho is the founding co-editor of the first Hong Kong-based online literary publication, Cha: An Asian Literary Journal, and a founding co-editor of the academic journal Hong Kong Studies (Chinese University Press) and an editor of Victorian Network. She has also edited or co-edited several volumes of poetry and prose published in Hong Kong.
 
The HKAH was founded in 2011 to support research in the humanities and to promote recognition of the value of humanistic scholarship to Hong Kong culture and society. Furthermore, it assists Hong Kong-based humanists to make international scholarly engagements in Asia and beyond.
 

英國語言文學系助理教授何麗明博士獲香港人文學院選為初級院士,由2018年4月生效,為期五年。
 
香港人文學院選任初級院士的目的,是要肯定本港優秀年輕人文學者於研究及領導方面的潛能,支持他們成為世界級學術人才。何博士說:「展望未來,我將繼續以學者、國際文學刊物編輯、翻譯和詩人等不同角色,為人文學作出貢獻,以及為香港人文學院發揮自己的力量。」
 
何博士是香港首份網上英語文學雜誌《茶》的創辦者,並擔任聯合編輯,也是學術期刊《Victorian Network》和《香港研究》的編輯。她還編纂及共同編輯了多部本地詩集及散文。
 
香港人文學院於2011年創立,旨在推動人文學在香港的學術發展和研究,使人文學的研究價值得到社會認可,以及促進本港人文學者與亞洲和國際學術界的合作和聯繫。