Jill J. Tan is a Singaporean writer, artist, and researcher committed to collaborative practice and multimodal exploration through games, performance, and poetics. As a doctoral student in Anthropology at Yale, Jill studies death and dying in Singapore and works with the funeral profession. Elsewhere, she researches agency in children's dance, writes about socially-engaged art, and co-runs Little Study Zine. Jill is also a contributing editor of the Society for Cultural Anthropology's Visual and New Media Review. Her work has appeared in City and Society Journal, Guernica, Ghost Proposal, Palimpsest, Mynah, Brack, the Yamagata International Documentary Film Festival anthology Film Criticism Collective Volume II (2017), and Resistant Hybridities: Tibetan Narratives in Exile (Lexington 2020). Find her at jilljtan.com.