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15-Apr-2019A BECOMING BODY: PRACTICE AND PROCESS OF EMBODIMENTTAY KAI XIN RANICE
15-Apr-2019A USAGE-BASED, CONSTRUCTIONIST ACCOUNT OF THE KENA-GIVE CONSTRUCTIONTEN TING KAI
15-Apr-2019ALL THE PLATE'S A STAGE: THINKING THROUGH PERFORMANCE IN MODERNIST CUISINECHIN HUI YI BEATRICE
15-Apr-2019AN AFFECTIVE CONVERSATION ABOUT INTERCULTURAL PERFORMANCE: A STUDY OF YANG JUNG-UNG'S ADAPTATIONS OF SHAKESPEARECHAN HSIN YEE
13-Apr-2020AN ANALYSIS OF NORMAL: A POLITENESS PERSPECTIVETAN KWANG YANG AARON
15-Apr-2019AN INVESTIGATION OF VARIATIONS IN NEGATION SENTENCE FINAL PARTICLES IN COLLOQUIAL SRI LANKAN ENGLISHHASINI DAMSARA MAKAWITA
15-Apr-2019AS WITHOUT, SO WITHIN: POST-HUMAN CAPACITIES OF THE PERFORMING OBJECTLEE SHU YU
13-Apr-2020"BALD IS NOT A RACE": THE EMERGENCE OF RACE, RACIALISATION, RACISM IN INTERACTIONYEO HUEI LING, MARISA
13-Apr-2020BECOMING ART AND ANIMAL: THE STRUGGLE OF PRESENTING THE DIVIDED SELF IN THE "FURRY" FANDOMJEAN TAY QIAO JUN
13-Apr-2020CHALLENGING THE LEGACY OF ENLIGHTENMENT IDEALS IN CONTEMPORARY REFUGEE LITERATURE: A CASE STUDY OF THE 2015 EUROPEAN MIGRANT CRISISNUR ADILAH BTE JASMAN
13-Apr-2020CLITIC DOUBLING, THE DOUBLE NOMINATIVE CONSTRUCTION, AND WORD ORDER IN PANGASINANLIM SHU YING JOEY
15-Apr-2019COLLAPSING THE POSTDRAMATIC FUNCTIONS: INTERPRETING POSSIBILITIEDS OF TEXT THROUGH QUANTUM THEORYKOH WEN JUN EUGENE
15-Apr-2019CONCEIVING "MOTHER": MATERNITY AND THE MONSTROUS-FEMININE IN BLOOD TEA AND RED STRING AND CAROLINETEH MUN YEE
15-Apr-2019DEI: THE SOCIOLINGUISTIC INVESTIGATION OF AN INDIAN ETHNIC MARKER IN ENGLISHERSHEN KAUR LANGEANA
15-Apr-2019EMBODYING THE POSTHUMAN: EMBODIED SOCIOLINGUISTICS IN HUMAN-DOG INTERACTIONSLOW JAY SEN
13-Apr-2020EVALUATION IN SINGAPORE HOTEL REVIEWS ON TRIPADVISORJONATHAN POH REN JIE
15-Apr-2019GENDER, POWER, AND PARENTHOOD: CRITICAL DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF CONTEMPORARY FAMILY LIFE CAMPAIGNS IN SINGAPOREASHLEY TAN ZHI MIN
15-Apr-2019"GET WOKE, SCULLY!": AN INTERSECTIONAL APPROACH TO MEDIATED LANGUAGE IN BROOKLYN NINE-NINEYEO MING WEN, MEGAN MARIA
13-Apr-2020GLOSSY GIRLS, CALM GIRLS AND GROWN-UP GIRLS: COMPARING THE STYLISTIC PRACTICES OF YOUNG SINGAPOREANS ON INSTAGRAMCLAUDIA CHONG XIN JIE
15-Apr-2019HUMOUR AS REVITALIZATION IN THE SHORT STORIES OF G.K. CHESTERTON, SAKI AND P.G. WODEHOUSEPOH ZIA XIN