Why do people clean? Reflection of fieldwork on Malaysian Chinese household cleaning practices
Follow the SUN: Women and Political Participation
Migration and Education Early Career Researchers Writing Workshop & Network (Mi-ED ECR)
The Mi-ED ECR Network held its inaugural online publication and grant writing workshop during 14-18 December 2020.
“Save the Children with SASS and SUKA”
School of Arts and Social Sciences Partners with SUKA to care for Refugee Children
Navigating a complex world
Beyond promising a myriad of career pathways, having a firm foundation in the arts and social sciences helps make the world a better place by fostering empathy, curiosity, and critical thinking.
The Limitless Possibilities of a Gender Studies Major
Pravind Premnath shared his view on Gender Studies major is to know that everything and everyone is gendered; and that every human being is more than what meets the eye.
Understanding Feminist Expressionism through the lens of Art and Cinema
Dr Stephanie’s fascinating lecture on “Egyptian Melodrama: Youssef Chahine and Cairo Station (1958)” followed by a Q&A session discussing the film and Egyptian cinema.
Understanding the world through social, political and cultural lenses
Anthea Ong shared her view of studying Communication as a major in her degree.