I’m a PhD student at University College London’s Department of Anthropology. My research focuses on how tabletop roleplaying games in Singapore allow humans to navigate the uncertainty of human existence through the co-construction of narrative and fate.

I’m currently in the middle of my fieldwork. Come chat with me on Twitter or drop me an email at kellynn.wee.20@ucl.ac.uk.

Kellynn, wearing a white tank top with her hair up, is sitting behind a Dungeon Master screen, describing a D&D scene with a hand outstretched.

Recent Blog Posts

Rewrite & Reroll

A short documentary put together by final-year students from NTU about Dungeons and Dragons, Eurocentrism and the fantasy genre in Singapore, which I’m honoured to be a part of.

Waystations to Utopia: Writing a Hopeful Game

I was recently honoured to win a grant from the Association of Southeast Asian Studies (UK) to work on a project titled Waystations to Utopia: Tabletop Roleplaying Games as a Method of Hopeful Speculation.


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