Jamie Wang is a Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Literature and Cultural Studies at the Education University of Hong Kong, and a member of International Research Centre for Cultural Studies (IRCCS). Her research is situated in the interdisciplinary field of the Environmental Humanities with a particular focus on cultural studies, urban geography, feminist science studies. Jamie’s current thinking and writing examines sustainable urban-making, technological imaginaries, multi-modal environmental narratives in the context of intense urbanisation, climate change and environmental injustice. She has explored some of these issues in her book Reimagining the More-Than-Human City: stories from Singapore (MIT Press forthcoming, 2024, Urban and Industrial Environments series). Her work is published in Humanities, Cultural Studies Review, Niche: Network in Canadian History & Environment among other outlets.
Jamie is also a writer, poet and editor. Her creative work has appeared in Otherwise, Feminist Review, Voice and Verse among other venues. She is an editor at the journal Feminist Review. Jamie has a M.A. in writing and literature (Deakin University) and a Ph.D. in Environmental Humanities and Cultural Studies (University of Sydney). For more information, please visit jamiewang.org.