• 16 November, 2015

    The recently launched book Food, Foodways and Foodscapes is an anthropology of essays by nine academics, namely Prof Lily Kong (former faculty, Geography Dept.), Prof Vineeta Sinha (Sociology Dept.), Prof Chua Beng Huat  (Sociology Dept.), Lai Ah Eng, A/P Harvey Neo (Geography Dept.), Jean Duruz, A/P Kevin Low (Sociology Dept.), Adeline … Continue reading

  • 31 October, 2015

    In his recent book titled Quest for Political Power, Associate Professor Bilveer Singh (Department of Political Science) examines the Malayan Communist Party (MCP)’s quest for political power in Singapore in the midst of a raging Cold War between communism and … Continue reading

  • 27 October, 2015

    Migration in Singapore (Dept of Geography) “Still ‘Breadwinners’ and ‘Providers’: Singaporean Husbands, Money, and Masculinity in Transnational Marriages” by Yi’En Cheng, Brenda Yeoh, and Juan Zhang in Gender, Place and Culture, Volume 22, Issue 6   “Migration-as-development repackaged? The globalising … Continue reading

  • 26 October, 2015

    The Department of Chinese Studies recently published a bibliography of publications by local Teochew groups, which follows a previous one published in 2012 containing research materials on the Teochew community in Southeast Asia. Sponsored by the Teochew Poit Ip Huay … Continue reading

  • 15 October, 2015

    With real estate agents knowing more about their area of expertise than the people paying for their services, do real estate agents exploit their knowledge advantage for their own interests? In ‘The information advantage of Singapore’s real estate agents’, Prof … Continue reading

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