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13-Apr-2020THE "BEARABILITY" OF RE-READING HISTORICAL REPRESENTATIONS OF FEMININE TRAUMATAY HUI EN ADELINE
15-Apr-2019THE ASHTAR THEATRE GOES TO THE GLOBE TO GLOBE FESTIVAL: TOWARD A PALESTINIAN THEATRE OF RECONSILIATIONYEE ZI HUI IDELLE
13-Apr-2020THE FEMINA SACRA: A FEMININE BARE LIFE AND HER POTENTIAL FOR BIOPOLITICAL RESISTANCELEE MUN YEE
15-Apr-2019THE GHOSTS OF FUTURE'S PAST: WAR, PARANOIA, AND THE ETHICS OF MOURNING IN VIRGINIA WOOLF'S JACOB'S ROOM AND THE WAVESRACHEL TAY XI BOON
15-Apr-2019THE METAPHORS OF MENTAL ILLNESS: A METAPHOR-LED DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF MENTAL HEALTH TALK IN SINGAPOREAN ONLINE FORUMSCHOW TING YU
15-Apr-2019THE PLACE OF TAMIL IN THE LINGUISTICS LANDSCAPE OF LITTLE INDIADAVINI LAKSMI JAYAGOMAR
13-Apr-2020THE REQUIEMS OF NANJING': REPRESENTATIONS OF THE "FORGOTTEN HOLOCAUST" IN CHINESE AMERICAN LITERATURESHERALYN KOH JIA HUEY
13-Apr-2020THE STRUCTURE OF RECIPROCITY IN ANGLOPHONE POST-COLONIAL FICTION: AGAINST "DESTRUCT(UR)ED" POST-MODERNISMLOON KIN YIP, BRENDAN
15-Apr-2019"THE TASTE OF THE LIVING": CANNIBALISM, CONSUMERISM AND COMMUNION IN CLARICE LISPECTOR'S A PAIXÃO SEGUNDO G.H. AND A HORA DA ESTRELAHEE WEI JEAN JOLENE
15-Apr-2019TOH: LANGUAGE CONTACT, IDENTITY CONSTRUCTION AND THE PROLIFERATION OF CMC AMONGST SINGAPORE AN YOUTHHANNAH NAOMI CHEE
13-Apr-2020TRACING TRAUMATIC TALES: ORPHEUS'S LAMENT AND (MIS)REPRESENTATIONS OF THE UNSPEAKABLE AFTER AUSCHWITZ AND GAZAGOH KHIAM LI
13-Apr-2020UNSEEN HISTORIES, MARGINAL IDENTITIES: FIGURES OF THE SOUTHEAST ASIAN BODY IN NEW FICTIONSANG RUI XUAN
15-Apr-2019WRITING IN THE ERA OF GLOBALIZATION AND COSMOPOLITANISM: THE FICTION OF J.M. COETZEEFOO XIANG KAI
15-Apr-2019"Y/N, WHO ARE YOU?": AN ANALYSIS OF DIGIMODERNISM AND THE "YOUR NAME" (Y/N) FIGURE IN FANFICTIONNUR AMIRA BTE ROSLAN
13-Apr-2020"YOU ARE GOOD AND STRONG AND MODERN GIRL FROM CROSSBREEDING": THE HYBRIDISING NATURE OF IDENTITY IN THE NOVELS OF RUTH OZEKICHAN WEN YI, ELIZABETH