Faculty Publication Database

Listing of faculty publications on Singapore with available abstracts and links

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    Making Sense of an Evolving Identity: A Survey of Studies on Identity and Identity Formation among Malay-Muslims in Singapore
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    Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, 26.3 (2006): 371 - 382. (United Kingdom).
    Faculty Department : Malay Studies
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    Estranged from the Ideal Past: Historical Evolution of Madrassahs in Singapore
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    Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, 25.2 (2005): 249 - 260. (United Kingdom).
    Faculty Department : Malay Studies
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    The Role of Hadramis in Post-Second World War Singapore – A Reinterpretation
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    Immigrants & Minorities: Historical Studies in Ethnicity, Migration and Diaspora, 25.2 (2007): 163-183. (United Kingdom)
    Faculty Department : History and Malay Studies
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    Political Memoirs as Contrapuntal Narratives: Said Zahari's Dark Clouds at Dawn
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    Interventions, 18, 4 (2016), 512-525. (United States)
    Faculty Department : Malay Studies
  • 5.
    A Century of Hope, Experiment and Change
    In Malay Heritage in Singapore, ed. 2, 40-56. Singapore: Malay Heritage Foundation, 2011.
    Faculty Department : Malay Studies
  • 6.
    In Singapore in Global History, ICAS Series, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2011, pp. 11-26.
    Faculty Department : Malay Studies
  • 7.
    In Singapore in Global History, ed. Derek Heng and Syed Muhd Khairudin Aljunied, 173-194. ICAS Series, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2011. 21 pp.
    Faculty Department : Malay Studies
  • 8.
    In Melayu: The Politics, Poetics and Paradoxes of Malayness, ed. Maznah Mohamad and Syed Muhd Khairudin Aljunied, 145-167. Singapore: NUS Press, 2011.
    Faculty Department : Malay Studies
  • 9.
    Singapore in Global History
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    Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2011. 317 pp.
    Faculty Department : Malay Studies
  • 10.
    Social History, 36.1 (2011): 22-35. Print
    Faculty Department : Malay Studies
  • 11.
    “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
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    Against Multiple Hegemonies: AWAS and Female Anti-colonialism in British Malaya
    Asian Studies Review, (2011). Print
    Faculty Department : Malay Studies
  • 13.
    “The ‘Other’ Muhammadiyah Movement: Singapore, 1950-2008″
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    Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 42, no. 2 (2011): 281-302. Print
    Faculty Department : Malay Studies
  • 14.
    Colonialism, Muslims and Violence: The Maria Hertogh Controversy and its Aftermath, Routledge Studies in the Modern History of Asia, 56, London: Routledge, 2009, Print
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    Faculty Department : Malay Studies
  • 15.
    Britain and the Aftermath of the Maria Controversy in Colonial Singapore, 1950-1953, University of London, London, UK, 2008, Print
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    [ PhdD Thesis ]
    Faculty Department : Malay Studies
  • 16.
    Reframing Singapore: Memory, Identity and Trans-Regionalism, Ed. S. M. K. Aljunied, Afghanistan: Amsterdam University Press, 2009, Print
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    Faculty Department : Malay Studies
  • 17.
    “Making Sense of an Evolving Identity: A Survey of Studies on Identity and Identity Formation of Malay-Muslims in Singapore”
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    Journal of Muslim-Minority Affairs, 26.3 (2006): 371-382, Print
    Faculty Department : Malay Studies
  • 18.
    “Ethnic Resurgence, Minority Communities, and State Policies in a Network Society: The Dynamics of Malay Identity Formation in Postcolonial Singapore”
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    Identities, 17.2 (2010): 304-326
    Faculty Department : Malay Studies
  • 19.
    “Estranged From the Ideal Past: Historical Evolution of Madrasahs in Singapore”
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    Journal of Muslim-Minority Affairs, 25.2 (2005): 249-260, Print
    Faculty Department : Malay Studies
  • 20.
    “British Discourses and Malay Identity in Colonial Singapore”
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    Indonesia and the Malay World, 37.107 (2009): 1-21, Print
    Faculty Department : Malay Studies
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