Leong Yee Ting is a final year undergraduate in History at the University of Oxford. She thinks that the history of our nation-state is incredibly rich and wants to explore new angles to it. She is particularly interested in the history of colonialism and migration in Southeast Asia, and gender and fiction as approaches to history.

Rocky Howe investigates the intersection of space, marginality and politics. Present projects address heritage politics in Singapore; aesthetics and models in the national imagination; and ‘Vulnerability’ as a concept in political theory. He reads Politics, Philosophy & Law at King’s College London, and is editor of the programme’s journal. His latest writing, ‘Defamiliarising the Architectural Object’, is forthcoming in STAPLE.

Afiq Fitri is a penultimate year undergraduate at the War Studies department in King’s College London. He is interested in historical discourse beyond the canon.

Quek Jia Qi is a multi-disciplinary artist who harnesses art’s capacity for connection, integration and social good. She has exhibited internationally, led and worked with communities on public art projects to activate civic spaces. She believes conversations are enduring in unravelling the complex socio-economic, political constructs at play, and uses social art as a catalyst for these necessary dialogues. Currently, she pursues Fine Art and History of Art at Goldsmiths’, University of London.