Publications of the Month 2016

Publications of the Month showcases recent FASS academic books and journal articles. Click here for more recent top publications.

 

undervalued dissent  

December 2016

Manjusha Nair

Undervalued Dissent: Informal Workers’ Politics in India

SUNY Press

 

November 2016

John Miksic

Ancient Southeast Asia

Routledge

     

October 2016

Kenneth Dean

Chinese Epigraphy in Singapore, 1819-1911

NUS Press

 

    

September 2016

Timothy P. Barnard

Nature's Colony: Empire, Nation and Environment in the Singapore Botanic Gardens

NUS Press

 

    

August 2016

Kep Kee Loh, Benjamin Zhi Hui Tan, and Stephen Wee Hun Lim

Media Multitasking Predicts Video-Recorded Lecture Learning Performance Through Mind Wandering Tendencies

Computers in Human Behavior

    

July 2016

Daniel Goh

Secular space, spiritual community and the hybrid urbanisms of Christianity in Hong Kong and Singapore

International Sociology

    

June 2016

Cheung H.S. and Elliott J.M.

Measuring Maternal Sensitivity: Cultural Variations in the Measurement of Emotional Availability

Child Development

strategic coupling

    
May 2016

Henry Yeung

Strategic Coupling

Cornell University Press

    
April 2016
 

from world city to the world in one city

    
March 2016
 
karen lai

    


February 2016

Karen Lai

Financial advisors, financial ecologies and the variegated financialisation of everyday investors

Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers

 

how to do science with models

    

January 2016

Axel Gelfert

How to Do Science with Models

Springer

 

 

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