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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
Mar-2011A theory of colonialism in the Malay worldAljunied, S.M.K. 
2006Abdullah Munsyi and the missionariesVan, Der Putten J. 
Sep-2013Against multiple hegemonies: Radical malay women in Colonial MalayaKhairudin Aljunied, S.M. 
31-Mar-2016AN ANALYSIS OF THE CHINESE PRESS REPORTS ON MALAY AND ISLAMIC ISSUES IN SINGAPORECHUNG KWANG TONG
21-Dec-2016AN INTELLECTUAL AND POLITICAL HISTORY OF LIBERATIVE JUSTICE AMONG PROMINENT MALAY THINKERS IN MALAYSIA, 1946-1986TEO LEE KEN
31-Jul-2013Analyzing the Perceptions and Portrayals of the 1964 Racial Riot in SingaporeFAIRUS BIN JASMIN
24-Apr-2019ARS (ASATIZAH RECOGNITION SCHEME): A CRITICAL EXAMINATION OF SINGAPORE’S STRATEGY IN MANAGING RELIGIOUS TEACHING AND RADICALISMSITI NUR KHAIRIAH ZAKARIAH
26-Jan-2018BEING SINGAPOREAN PAKISTANI: HISTORY, ETHNICITY AND IDENTITYABBAS KHAN S/O ABDUL AZIZ
2001Challenges Confronting Translators in Multilingual and Multi-Ethnic SingaporeSeong, T.B. ; Soon, L.B.
Jul-2007Changing roles, unchanging perceptions and institutions: Traditionalism and its impact on women and globalization in Muslim societies in AsiaRahman, N.A.A. 
31-Jan-2020CHRISTIAN MISSION AND MALAY LANGUAGE EVANGELICAL LITERATURE (1819-1961) IN COLONIAL SINGAPORE - ORIGINS, IMPACT AND MALAY-MUSLIM RESPONSESMALCOLM TAN THIAN HOCK
30-Jul-2013Citra Wanita: Satu Penelitian Kedinamikan Kepimpinan Wanita NusantaraRASHIDAH BINTE ABDULLAH
2014Coffee-shops in Colonial Singapore: Domains of Contentious PublicsAljunied, K. 
24-Apr-2019CONSTRAINTS, CONFRONTATIONS, CHOICES: MALAY FEMALE SURVIVORS’ AGENCY IN INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCENURSHIRAH TABRANI
Jul-2012Contemporary Islamic thought: A critical perspectiveIbrahim, A. 
Aug-2005Estranged from the Ideal Past: Historical Evolution of Madrassahs in SingaporeAljunied, S.M.K. ; Hussin, D.I.
2010Ethnic resurgence, minority communities, and state policies in a network society: The dynamics of malay identity formation in postcolonial SingaporeAljunied, S.M.K. 
23-Jan-2015FATWA IN INDONESIA: AN ANALYSIS OF DOMINANT LEGAL IDEAS AND MODES OF THOUGHT OF FATWA-MAKING AGENCIES AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS IN THE POST-NEW ORDER PERIODPRADANA BOY ZULIAN
29-Dec-2016FEARING THE ENEMY WITHIN: A STUDY OF INTRA-MUSLIM PREJUDICE AMONG SINGAPOREAN MUSLIMSNURUL FADIAH JOHARI
20-Aug-2010Framing Malay Women: Representations of Malay Women in Berita Harian Post-IndependenceNURSYAHIDAH BTE MOHAMAD JAMAL