Sarah Yeung

Sarah Yeung

Ms, Doctor of Philosophy Student

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Biography

Sarah Yeung is a PhD candidate in English and Literary Studies at UWA. Situated in the field of memory studies, her research examines the intersections of haunting, childhood, and place in Holocaust literature.

Sarah has worked as secondary school English tutor, and is currently a member of the Editorial Collective for Limina: A Journal of Historical and Cultural Studies. She is also an editor for Zou Mat Je, a zine showcasing creative and critical works from Cantonese artists and writers.

Teaching overview

Sarah has tutored the following units, as part of the FABLE Teaching Fellowship:

ENGL2401 Netflicks: Cinema and Long-form Television

ENGL2215 Modernism and the Avant-Garde

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