William Jamieson is a PhD candidate in Geography at Royal Holloway, University of London. His work is concerned with the integration of political geography and literary theory through critical creative writing methods to enhance our understanding of how space is 'read' and 'written' by capital. His project concerns the dynamics of land reclamation in Singapore and sand extraction across Southeast Asia. His fiction has appeared in Ambit and The Evergreen Review. His fiction pamphlet, Thirst for Sand, was published by Goldsmiths Press in 2019.
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Singapore’s Scentless Growth is Built on the Brutal Extraction of Cambodian Sand and Imported Labour

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Singapore’s Scentless Growth is Built on the Brutal Extraction of Cambodian Sand and Imported Labour

In Conquering the Sea, Singapore Erases Its History

In Conquering the Sea, Singapore Erases Its History