Faculty Publication Database

Listing of faculty publications on Singapore with available abstracts and links

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    Indians
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    2015. Indians. Singapore: Straits Times Press.
    Faculty Department : Sociology and South Asian Studies
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    Food, Foodways and Foodscapes
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    World Scientific Series on Singapore's 50 Years of Nation-Building, 250 (2015). Singapore.
    Faculty Department : Geography
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    “Bringing back the old ways: Enacting a Goddess Festival in Singapore”
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    Material Religion, 10, 1 (Regular) (2014): 76-103 (United Kingdom)
    Faculty Department : Sociology
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    “Tracking signs of the sacred in Singapore”
    Commentary, 22 (2013): 84-93. (United States).
    Faculty Department : Sociology
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    “Mapping a field: Forms of Hindu religiosity in Malaysia and Singapore”
    Religion Compass, 7(4) (2013): 489-507. (United States).
    Faculty Department : Sociology
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    Religion State Encounters in Hindu Domains: From the Straits Settlements to Singapore
    ARI Springer Asia Series, Vol. 1, Ed. Kenneth Dean and Michael Feener, Dordrecht: Springer, 2011, Print
    Faculty Department : Sociology
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    Teaching Classical Theory in Singapore: The Context of Eurocentrism, 1999, Print
    [ Working Paper Series, Department of Sociology, National University of Singapore ]
    Faculty Department : Sociology
  • 8.
    Hinduism in Singapore: A Sociological and Ethnographic Perspective, National University of Singapore, Singapore, 1988, Print
    [ M.Soc.Sci thesis ]
    Faculty Department : Sociology
  • 9.
    Theorizing the Complex Singapore Health Scene: Reconceptualizing "Medical Pluralism", John Hopkins University, Baltimore, US, 1996, Print
    [ Phd Diss. ]
    Faculty Department : Sociology
  • 10.
    A New God in the Diaspora: Muneeswaran Worship in Contemporary Singapore, Singapore: Singapore University Press and NIAS Press, 2005, Print
    Faculty Department : Sociology
  • 11.
    “Scrutinizing the Themes of ‘Sameness’ and ‘Difference’ in the Discourse of Multi-Religiosity and Religius Encounters in Singapore”
    Asian Inter-faith Dialogue: Perspectives on Religion, Education & Social Cohesion, Ed. S.F. Alatas, et al., Singapore: World Bank and RIMA, 2003, 203-234, Print
    Faculty Department : Sociology
  • 12.
    “Religious Inspired, India-Derived Movements in Singapore”
    Religious Diversity and Harmony in Singapore, presented at Institute of Policy Studies, 1-2 Sep 2005
    Faculty Department : Sociology
  • 13.
    “Religiously-Inspired, India-Derived Movements in Singapore”
    Religious Diversity and Religious Harmony in Singapore, First Edition, Ed. A.E. Lai, Singapore: Institute of Policy Studies, 20080, 142-166, Print
    Faculty Department : Sociology
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    “Reconceptualizing Medical Pluralism: Theorising Health in Singapore”
    VIIth Conference Seminar on Tamil Language and Tamil Literature in Singapore, presented at National University of Singapore, Tamil Language Society, Singapore, 19-20 Aug 1989
    Faculty Department : Sociology
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    “Persistence of Folk Hinduism in Singapore and Malaysia”
    Australian Religious Studies Review, 18.2 (2005): 211-234, Print
    Faculty Department : Sociology
  • 16.
    “Multireligiosity and the Secular State: A Note from Singapore”
    Emerging Asia: Challenges for India and Singapore, Ed. N.N. Vohra, New Delhi: Mnohar Publishers, 2003, Print
    Faculty Department : Sociology
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    “Multi-Religiosity & the Secular State: A Note from Singapore”
    "The 2nd Singapore - India Colloquim", presented at India International Centre, New Delhi, India, 27-28 Feb 2002
    Faculty Department : Sociology
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    “Locating Religious Specialists in Singapore’s Hindu Nexuses”
    Contributions to Southeast Asian Ethnography, 8 (1989): 87-109, Print
    Faculty Department : Sociology
  • 19.
    “Hinduism and Taoism in Singapore: Seeing Points of Convergence”
    Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 39.1 (2008): 123-147, Print
    Faculty Department : Sociology
  • 20.
    “History of Hinduism in Singapore”
    Encyclopedia of Singapore, Singapore: Editions Didier Millet Pte Ltd, 2007, Print
    Faculty Department : Sociology
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