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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recent Blog Posts
Monks, nunchucks, and kungfu? The Orientalist image of Asia in D&D is being overturned by Singaporeans intent on expanding what it means to tell an Asian story.
Dungeon Masters for hire in Singapore.
I’m interested in contingency, narrativity, and play as themes that emerge out of collaborative storytelling in D&D.
We kept apart from each other–not because we were afraid of being fined, but because we felt the duty of care.
I have become my own enemy, I am on both sides of the war, attacking, defending, sparring with ghosts.