Jill J. Tan publishes edited volume chapter and peer-reviewed article on aesthetic engagements with death and care work

Cover of "death and the afterlife multidisciplinary perspectives from a global city"
June 20, 2024

PhD candidate Jill J. Tan’s chapter, “Arts Approaches to Death in Singapore: Considering Universality, Cultural Mediation, and Everyday Immersion,” featuring ethnographic research and photographs taken between 2018-2023, was published in the edited volume Death and the Afterlife: Multidisciplinary Perspectives from a Global City by Routledge in June 2024. Tan also published a peer-reviewed article, Embodied Futurities: Alecia Neo’s Socially Engaged Art Practice with Caregivers in Singapore,” in a special issue on Forms of Encounter & Exchange: artist-led approaches to Public Pedagogy in the Asia Pacific Region in the Journal of Public Pedagogies in August 2023.