Faculty Publication Database

Listing of faculty publications on Singapore with available abstracts and links

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  • 21.
    Melayu: The Politics, Poetics and Paradoxes of Malayness
    i
    Singapore: NUS Press, 2011. 300 pp.
    Faculty Department : Malay Studies
  • 22.
    Vocation and Invocation: Youth in Community Building
    Yayasan Mendaki, 2011
    Faculty Department : Malay Studies
  • 23.
    Threading Our Future Together (2011). Singapore: Yayasan Mendaki, presented at Community Leaders' Forum, Crowne Plaza Hotel, Changi Airport, Singapore, 12 Nov 2011
    Faculty Department : Malay Studies
  • 24.
    Imagining Youth Seminar: Toward a Youth Charter (Invited paper) (17 Sep 2011, National Library, Singapore, Singapore)
    Faculty Department : Malay Studies
  • 25.
    The Reading Group (online source)
    Faculty Department : Malay Studies
  • 26.
    Social History, 36.1 (2011): 22-35. Print
    Faculty Department : Malay Studies
  • 27.
    Orientalism and Malay Studies
    Faculty Department : Malay Studies
  • 28.
    The Indigenous Sentiments on Colonial Capitalism: Insights from the Malay Narratives of the 18th and 19th Century
    Archipel, (2011). Print
    Faculty Department : Malay Studies
  • 29.
    “The Prison and the Anti-colonialist in British Malaya”
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    Journal of Historical Sociology, 25.1 (2012). Print
    Faculty Department : Malay Studies
  • 30.
    Competing Visions of the Melayu Baru in Contemporary Malay Thought
    Modern Asian Studies, (2011). Print
    Faculty Department : Malay Studies
  • 31.
    Orientalism, Ethno-Religious Exclusivism and Academicism in Malay Studies: The Challenges for the Emergence of an Autonomous Sociological Discourse
    Asian Studies Review, (2011). Print
    Faculty Department : Malay Studies
  • 32.
    Against Multiple Hegemonies: AWAS and Female Anti-colonialism in British Malaya
    Asian Studies Review, (2011). Print
    Faculty Department : Malay Studies
  • 33.
    “The ‘Other’ Muhammadiyah Movement: Singapore, 1950-2008″
    i
    Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 42, no. 2 (2011): 281-302. Print
    Faculty Department : Malay Studies
  • 34.
    The Syriah Court and the Administration of the Muslim Law on Divorce in Singapore, National University of Singapore, Singapore, 1991, Print
    [ PhD Thesis ]
    Faculty Department : Malay Studies
  • 35.
    Singa, Ed. Y.W. Wong, 1999, 28 and 29, Print
    [ In Chinese, English, Malay and Tamil ]
    Faculty Department : Malay Studies
  • 36.
    "Orang Baru" and "Orang Lama": Ways of Being Malay in Singapore's North Coast, National University of Singapore, Singapore, 1986, Print
    [ Honours Thesis ]
    Faculty Department : Malay Studies
  • 37.
    Britain and the Aftermath of the Maria Controversy in Colonial Singapore, 1950-1953, University of London, London, UK, 2008, Print
    i
    [ PhdD Thesis ]
    Faculty Department : Malay Studies
  • 38.
    Uniformity and Diversity Among Muslims in Singapore, National University of Singapore, Singapore, 1990, Print
    [ M.Soc.Sc. Diss. ]
    Faculty Department : Malay Studies
  • 39.
    Marriage Involving Minors in the Malay Community of Singapore, Singapore, 2005, Print
    [ Research Report, prepared for Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports ]
    Faculty Department : Malay Studies
  • 40.
    A Social History of the Alkaffs in Singapore, Singapore, 1991, Print
    [ Research, prepared for Hotel Properties Ltd ]
    Faculty Department : Malay Studies