Jamie Uy

science fiction researcher

Singapore, SG

literature media studies science fiction ecology ecocriticism environment southeast asia singapore

Jamie Uy is a MA English Literature student at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. She graduated from New York University Abu Dhabi with double BA degrees in Literature and Film Studies. Her research and creative interests include ecocriticism, postcolonial theory, science fiction, popular culture, and Southeast Asian literature and cinema. She recently wrote “Trash Aesthetics in Star Wars and the Recycling System of Transmedia” for Spectator and previously published an article on Pacific Rim as posthumanist cinema in the New Review of Film and Television Studies. Her thesis explores environmental perspectives in contemporary Singapore science fiction.