Faculty Publications Database

Listing of faculty publications on Singapore with available abstracts and links

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  • 1.
    The First Chinese Diaspora
    Book Chapter in The Mapping Series Reader, Singapore: National Library Board, 2014, 53-68, Print
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
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    Chiang Mai, Thailand: Silkworm Books, 2014
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    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
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    Singapore’s Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters Act
    Thammasat Law Journal, (2014)
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
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    Singapore: A ‘Fine’ City — British Colonial Sentencing Policies and its Lasting Effect on the Singaporean Corporal State
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    Santa Clara Journal of International Law, 12.2 (2014): 57-90, Print
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
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    Archaeology in Singapore
    Handbook of East and Southeast Asian Archaeology. Springer, 2014.
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 6.
    Red Dot on the Map: Singapore, Size and the Problems of Success
    In The Anthropology of Smallness. University of Chicago University Press, 2014.
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 7.
    Internationalising Higher Education in the Asia Pacific: Case of Australia, Singapore and Japan
    World Scientific Publishing, 2014.
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
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    Serving A New Nation: Baey Lian Peck’s Singapore Story (Second Edition)
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    Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2014.
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
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    Advancing Singapore-China Economic Relations
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    Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2014
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
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    Cultivating online and offline pathways to enlightenment: Religious authority and strategic arbitration in wired Buddhist organization
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    Information, Communication & Society, 14/8 (2011):1160-1180.
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 11.
    Internationalising Higher Education in Singapore: Government Responses
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    Journal of Studies in International Education, (2013 2012). (United States). (Accepted in principle. Impact Factor: 1.000 Ranked: 59 out of 203 in Education & Educational Research Source: 2011 Journal Citation Reports® (Thomson Reuters, 2012)- Research funded by FASS Heads & Deanery Research Support Scheme 2011 - R-117-000-025-101). 7. Publication no. 0539293
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 12.
    Why the British Came to Singapore
    In Between Two Oceans: A Military History of Singapore From 1275 to 1971, 2nd ed., 36-55. Singapore: Marshall Cavendish, 2011. 20 pp.
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
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    Fort Canning: an Early Singapore Cemetery
    In Spaces of the Dead: A Case from the Living., ed. Kevin Tan, 32-47. Singapore: Singapore Heritage Society, 2011. 16 pp.
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 14.
    Singapore’s Archaeological Heritage: What has been Saved
    In Rethinking Cultural Resource Management in Southeast Asia: Preservation, Development, and Neglect, ed. John N. Miksic, Geok Yian Goh, Sue O'Connor, 217-234. London: Anthem Press, 2011. 18 pp.
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
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    “Fu Lu Yi: You Guan 19 Shi Ji Xin Jia Po Pao Tai De Shuo Ming” (附录一: 有关19世纪新加坡炮台的说明)
    Between Two Oceans: A Military History of Singapore from First Settlement to Final British Withdrawal [Xin Jia Po Li Shi Yuan Mao: 1275-1971 Nian (新加坡历史原貌: 1275-1971年)], 1st Ed., Trans. Chen Xincai (陈新才) and Zhang Qingjiang (张清江), Singapore: 亚太图书, 2011, 486-489, Print
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
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    “Cong Xian Chang Diao Cha Dao Kang Ning Pao Tai 1823-1866 Nian” (从现场调查到康宁炮台 1823-1866 年)
    Between Two Oceans: A Military History of Singapore from First Settlement to Final British Withdrawal [Xin Jia Po Li Shi Yuan Mao: 1275-1971 Nian (新加坡历史原貌: 1275-1971年)], 1st Ed., Trans. Chen Xincai (陈新才) and Zhang Qingjiang (张清江), Singapore: 亚太图书, 2011, 85-133 , Print
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 17.
    “Ying Guo Ren Wei He Dao Xin Jia Po” (英国人为何到新加坡)
    Between Two Oceans: A Military History of Singapore from First Settlement to Final British Withdrawal [Xin Jia Po Li Shi Yuan Mao: 1275-1971 Nian (新加坡历史原貌: 1275-1971年)], 1st Ed., Trans. Chen Xincai (陈新才) and Zhang Qingjiang (张清江), Singapore: 亚太图书, 2011, 54-84, Print
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 18.
    “Ying Guo Dong Lai Zhi Qian Dong Nan Ya De Di Ti Yu Chuan Tong Zhan Zheng: Xin Jia Po De Di Wei” (英国东来之前东南亚的地理与传统战争: 新加坡的地位)
    Between Two Oceans: A Military History of Singapore from First Settlement to Final British Withdrawal [Xin Jia Po Li Shi Yuan Mao: 1275-1971 Nian (新加坡历史原貌: 1275-1971年)], 1st Ed., Trans. Chen Xincai (陈新才) and Zhang Qingjiang (张清江), Singapore: 亚太图书, 2011, 1-53, Print
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 19.
    The Southeast Asian Economies: Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand, New York: Nova Science Publishers, 2005, Print
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 20.
    Archaeological Research on the "Forbidden Hill" of Singapore, 1985, Print
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
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