Faculty Publication Database

Listing of faculty publications on Singapore with available abstracts and links

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    Studying Singapore before 1800
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    Singapore: NUS Press, 2018. Print.
    Faculty Department : Social Work
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    Studying Singapore Before 1800
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    Singapore: NUS Press, 2018. Print.
    Faculty Department : History
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    Singapore in the Cycles of the Longue Durée
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    Malaysia: Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland, 2017.
    Faculty Department : History
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    Singapore and its Straits, c.1500–1800
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    London: Routledge, 2017.
    Faculty Department : History
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    Three Questions about Maritime Singapore, 16th and 17th Centuries
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    Ler Historia, 2018.
    Faculty Department : History
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    Singapore as a Port City, c.1290–1819: Evidence, Frameworks and Challenges
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    Malaysia: Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland, 2018.
    Faculty Department : History
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    Revista de Cultura-Review of Culture (International Edition), 11.1 (2004): 11-25. (Macau).
    Faculty Department : History
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    Admiral Matelieff's Singapore and Johor (1606-1616)
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    Singapore: NUS Press. 2016. 240 pp.
    Faculty Department : History
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    National Museum of Singapore, 2015. (One-page published article on the history of Singapore between 1500 and 1800)
    Faculty Department : History
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    Visualising Space. Maps of Singapore and the Region. Collections from the National Library and National Archives of Singapore (edited volume), 26 pp, 7-33. Singapore: National Library of Singapore, 2014.
    Faculty Department : History
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    The Memoirs and Memorials of Jacques de Coutre: Security, Trade and Society in 16th and 17th-Century Southeast Asia
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    Singapore: NUS Press, 2013.
    Faculty Department : History
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    Singapore Remained a Functioning Port After the Fall of Temasek, Singapore: Straits Times, 2008, Print
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    Faculty Department : History
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    Iberians in the Singapore-Melaka Area (16th to 18th Century), Eds. P. Borschberg et al., 14, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2004, Print
    Faculty Department : History
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    The Singapore and Melaka Straits: Violence, Security and Diplomacy in the 17th Century, Leiden: KITLV Press, 2010, Print.
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    Faculty Department : History
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    “The Pedra Branca Case: New Perspectives on Singapore History”
    Social Studies Guest Lecture, presented at Dunman High School, Singapore, 10 Apr 2010
    Faculty Department : History
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    “The “Black Hole” of Singapore History: Problems, Perspectives and Challenges on Pre-Raffles Singapore”
    The Makers and Keepers of Singapore History, presented at ARI Seminar Room, Singapore, 10 Nov 2008
    Faculty Department : History
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    “Singapura in the 16th and 17th Century”
    Water and State in Mainland Southeast Asia, presented at Centre of Khmer Studies, Siem Reap, Cambodia, 29 Nov-2 Dec 2005
    [ Bilingual Feature Article with English and Portuguese Translation ]
    Faculty Department : History
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    “Singapura in the 16th and 17th Century”
    Oriente, 2007, 17, Ed. C.A. Pinto, Lisbon: Dundacao Oriente, 45-67, Print
    [ Bilingual Feature Article with English and Portuguese Translation ]
    Faculty Department : History
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    “Remapping the Straits of Singapore, New Insights From Old Sources”
    The Iberian Powers in the Straits of Melaka and Singapore and in Southeast Asia, presented at Shaw Foundation Building, National University of Singapore, Singapore, 13-14 May 2002
    Faculty Department : History
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