Faculty Publication Database

Listing of faculty publications on Singapore with available abstracts and links

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  • 61.
    “Narratives of Transnational Migrant Intimacy: Desire, Sexuality, and Masculinity Among Thai Construction Workers in Singapore”
    Southeast Asia Today: Development Paradigms, Reflexive Engagements, Eds. A. Desiree et al., Quezon City: Department of Sociology and Anthropology and Institute of Philippine Culture, 2008, 258-280, Print
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 62.
    “Money and Economic Activity in Singapore”
    Graduate School of Management Working Paper, No. 9429, Australia: Faculty of Management, Deakin University, 1994, Print
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 63.
    “Malays, Trade, and Artefacts of Ancient Singapore”
    Malay Heritage of Singapore, Eds. A.T. Lau and B. Platzdasch, Singapore: Malay Heritage Foundation, 2010, Print
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 64.
    “Investment Activities In and Out of Singapore with Reference to Singapore-Australia Relations”
    First Australia-Singapore Forum, presented at University of Western Sydney, MacArthur, N.S.W., Australia, 10-12 Dec 1997
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 65.
    “International Student Mobility: A Comparative Study Between Australia and Singapore”
    Pre-Global Higher Education Forum (GHEF), presented at Hotel Nikko, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 5-7 Nov 2007
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 66.
    “Internationalising Higher Education in Australia and Singapore – with Reference to International Student Mobility”
    Issues and Ideas in Higher Education, presented at Centre for the Study of Higher Education, University of Melbourne, Australia, 27 Jul 2009
    [ Funded by NUS FASS Staff Research Support Scheme and Lee Foundation Singapore ]
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 67.
    “Internationalising Higher Education in Australia and Singapore”
    Contemporary Issues in the Global Higher Education Marketplace: Prospects and Challenges, Eds. M. Sirat and S. Kaur, University Sains Malaysia, Penang: National Higher Education Institute (IPPTN), 2010, Print
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 68.
    “Internationalising Higher Education in Australia and Singapore”
    Asia Pacific Education Research Association (APERA) 2008, presented at National Institute of Education, Singapore, 26-28 Nov 2008
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 69.
    “Indonesia and Singapore: Structure, Politics and Interests”
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    Contemporary Southeast Asia, 31.2 (2009): 249-271, Print
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 70.
    “Indonesia and SIngapore”
    Hiroshima Peace Institute Workshop on Bilateralism and Multilateralism in Asia, presented at Summit Hotel, Subang Jaya, Malaysia, 3-5 Oct 2008
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 71.
    “Indonesia-Singapore Relations”
    Hiroshima Peace Institute Workshop, presented at Hiroshima Peace Institute, Hiroshima, Japan, 1-3 Dec 2007
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 72.
    “Human Trafficking from Thailand to Singapore”
    Seminar on Human Trafficking from Thailand to Singapore, presented at Royal Thai Embassy, Orchard Road, Singapore, 19 Jun 2009
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 73.
    “Greenwares and Premodern Cultures in Singapore-Riau”
    Symposium on Ceramic Ecology in the Far East - The Manufacture and Export of Zhejiang Green Wares During the 9th and 14th Centuries, Ed. C.Ho, presented 24-27 Aug 1992
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 74.
    “Headnotes, Heartnotes, and Persuasive Ethnography of Thai Migrant Workers in Singapore”
    Journal of the Mekong Society, Khon Kaen University, 3.1 (2007): 53-71, Print
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 75.
    “Geography and Traditional Warfare in Pre-British Southeast Asia: The Place of Singapore”
    Between Two Oceans: A Military History of Singapore from First Settlement to Final British Withdrawal, Singapore: Oxford University Press, 1-34, Print
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 76.
    “From Fieldworks to Fort Canning, 1823-1866″
    Between Two Oceans: A Military History of Singapore from First Settlement to Final British Withdrawal, Singapore: Oxford University Press, 53-86, Print
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 77.
    “Fort Canning”
    Spirit of Singapore, Wellington: Sheffield House, 1990, 34-39, Print
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 78.
    “Fourteenth Century Chinese Glass Found in Singapore and the Riau Archipelago”
    Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art, Colloquies on Art and Archaeology in Asia No. 17, presented at School of Oriental and African Studies, London, UK, 6-8 Jun 1994
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 79.
    “Environmental Risks in Singapore’s Foreign Policy”
    FASS-Université de Paris - IV Sorbonne Symposium, presented at Sorbonne, Paris, France, 8-9 Jun 2006
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 80.
    “Empowerment in Context: Museum Development in Singapore”
    International Conference on Empowerment of Museums: Problems and Solutions, presented at Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia, 29 Nov 1999
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies