Two-year fully funded MA at the National University of Singapore (deadline: 30 Nov)

I'm recruiting an MA student to help me with my second book, Sinospheric Subjects, a history of Singapore-China-Taiwan cultural relations in the 1970s-80s.

Position, Senior Research Fellowships, National University of Singapore

For details, see https://www.h-net.org/jobs/job_display.php?id=63770

JOB DESCRIPTION

The Asia Research Institute invites outstanding, active researchers from around the world, to work on an important piece of Asia-centred research in the social sciences or humanities.

Position: Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore, RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS

For details see: https://www.h-net.org/jobs/job_display.php?id=63769

JOB DESCRIPTION

The Asia Research Institute invites outstanding, active researchers from around the world, to work on an important piece of Asia-centred research in the social sciences or humanities.

Position: Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore, POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS

For details see: https://www.h-net.org/jobs/job_display.php?id=63768

JOB DESCRIPTION

The Asia Research Institute invites outstanding, active researchers from around the world, to work on an important piece of Asia-centred research in the social sciences or humanities.

ANN: SINGAPORE ECOLOGICAL HISTORY MAP / 60 GIS LAYERS AND 3 STORYMAPS

The “Singapore Ecological History Map” is now publicly accessible at NUS Libraries’ website. Our digital humanities project features about 60 GIS layers based on historical maps that illustrate land-use changes, rainfall and extreme weather events, and malaria epidemics in Singapore during the 19th and 20th centuries. It also includes three thematic storymaps on these topics.

ANN: SINGAPORE ECOLOGICAL HISTORY MAP / 60 GIS LAYERS AND 3 STORYMAPS

The “Singapore Ecological History Map” is now publicly accessible at NUS Libraries’ website. Our digital humanities project features about 60 GIS layers based on historical maps that illustrate land-use changes, rainfall and extreme weather events, and malaria epidemics in Singapore during the 19th and 20th centuries. It also includes three thematic storymaps on these topics.

ANN: SINGAPORE ECOLOGICAL HISTORY MAP / 60 GIS LAYERS AND 3 STORYMAPS

The “Singapore Ecological History Map” is now publicly accessible at NUS Libraries’ website. Our project features about 60 GIS layers based on historical maps that illustrate land-use changes, rainfall and extreme weather events, and malaria epidemics in Singapore during the 19th and 20th centuries. It also includes three thematic storymaps on these topics.
Author: 
Ronald McCrum
Reviewer: 
Jennifer Yip

Yip on McCrum, 'The Men Who Lost Singapore, 1938-1942'

Ronald McCrum. The Men Who Lost Singapore, 1938-1942. Singapore: National University of Singapore Press, 2017. xiii + 265 pp. Ill. $34.00 (paper), ISBN 978-981-4722-39-1

Reviewed by Jennifer Yip (University of Pennsylvania) Published on H-War (October, 2020) Commissioned by Margaret Sankey (Air University)

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