Academic Profile : Faculty

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Ms Audrey Tan
Lecturer, School of Humanities
Audrey has been teaching at NTU since doing her Master of Arts in English in 2019. Aside from LCC courses, she has also taught Introduction to Creative Writing under HSS. Her thesis was a project of short stories accompanied by a critical study on short story theories, narratology, and other themes such as time and memory. Audrey’s fiction has been published locally and overseas, and she is an editor of the Journal of Practice, Research and Tangential Activities (PR&TA). While working on short stories, she also hopes to explore academic research in areas related to the Singapore short story, as well as how narrative theories can intersect with pedagogical approaches on reading and writing. Previously, she has worked as a copywriter and interned as a journalist.
Short stories, Short story theory, Pedagogy
2020 - Teaching Assistant Award (excellent performance in HZ9101 Introduction to Creative Writing AY2019/2020).
Courses Taught
CC0001 - Inquiry and Communication in an Interdisciplinary World (Present)
HZ9101/HZ5101 - Introduction to Creative Writing
HW0105 - Academic Communication in the Humanities and Social Sciences