Professor Dr Khairudin Aljunied
  • Position: Professor

Professor Dr Khairudin Aljunied

BA (NUS, Singapore), MA (NUS, Singapore), PhD (SOAS, UK)

Dr. Khairudin Aljunied (PhD SOAS, London) is an Associate Professor at the National University of Singapore and Senior Fellow (previously Malaysia Chair of Islam in Southeast Asia) at the Alwaleed Centre for Muslim-Christian Understanding, Georgetown University. A recognized specialist in the study of Islam in Southeast Asia, he is the author and editor of thirteen books and more than thirty internationally refereed articles. Among his publications are Colonialism Violence and Muslims in Southeast Asia (Routledge, 2009); Radicals: Resistance and Protest in Colonial Malaya (Northern Illinois University Press, 2016), Muslim Cosmopolitanism: Southeast Asian Islam in Comparative Perspective (Edinburgh University Press, 2017), Hamka and Islam: Cosmopolitan Reform in the Malay World (Cornell University Press, 2018), Islam in Malaysia: An Entwined History (Oxford University Press, 2019), and Shapers of Islam in Southeast Asia (in production stage with Oxford University Press, 2022). He is currently writing his new book entitled Sufism in Southeast Asia: A Biography (London: Oneworld Publications).

Areas of specialization

Study of Islam in Southeast Asia

Current research projects

Sufism in Southeast Asia: A Biography (London: Oneworld Publications).

Key Publications

Books (Single-Authored)

  • Shapers of Islam in Southeast Asia (New York: Oxford University Press, 2022 [in production stage]).
  • Islam in Malaysia: An Entwined History (New York: Oxford University Press, 2019).
  • Hamka and Islam: Cosmopolitan Reform in Southeast Asia (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2018).
  • Muslim Cosmopolitanism: Southeast Asian Islam in Comparative Perspective (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2017).
    Translated into Indonesian: Kosmopolitanime Islam: Islam Asia Tenggara Dalam Perspektif Komparatif (Yogyakarta: Suara Muhammadiyah, 2019).
  • Radicals: Resistance and Protest in Colonial Malaya (Dekalb: Northern Illinois University Press, 2015).
  • Colonialism, Violence and Muslims in Southeast Asia: The Maria Hertogh Controversy and Its Aftermath (London: Routledge, 2009 [hardback] & 2010 [paperback]).
  • Muslims as Minorities: History and Social Realities of Muslims in Singapore (Bangi: National University of Malaysia Press, 2009) [co-written with Kamaludeen Mohamed Nasir].
  • Rethinking Raffles: A Study of Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles’ Discourse on Religions amongst Malays (Singapore: Marshall Cavendish Academic, 2005).

Books (edited)

  • Routledge Handbook of Islam in Southeast Asia (London: Routledge, 2022).
  • Melayu: The Politics, Poetics and Paradoxes of Malayness (Singapore: Singapore University Press, 2011). [Editor with Maznah Mohamed]
  • Singapore in Global History (ICAS Series) (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2011). [Editor with Derek Heng]
  • Reframing Singapore: Memory, Identity and Trans-Regionalism (ICAS Series) (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2009). [Editor with Derek Heng].

Journal Articles

  • “Bringing Rationality Back In: Harun Nasution and the Burden of Muslim Thought in Twentieth-Century Southeast Asia,” Journal of Islamic and Muslim Studies (2022): 6, 1 ( 2021): 29-55 (ISI/Scopus Indexed).
  • “Reshaping Their Mental Lifeworlds: Malay-Muslim Immigrants in Australia in the Age of Islamophobia,” Journal of Muslim-Minority Affairs (scheduled for publication in January 2022) [co-written Abbas Khan]. (ISI/Scopus Indexed).
  • “Malay Migrants Migration in Australia: A Longue Durée Perspective, 17th-21st Centuries,” New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies 23, 1 (2021): 101-119 [co-written Abbas Khan].
  • “Islam as Therapy: Zakiah Daradjat and the uses of religious-oriented psychology,” Indonesia and the Malay World 49, 143 (2021): 106-121. (ISI/Scopus Indexed).
  • “A Traveling Model: The Mythizication and Mobilization of Malcolm X in the Malay World,” Swedish Theological Quarterly (STK) [Lund University, Sweden], 96, 1 (2020): 69-83.
  • “Deformations of the Secular: A Rejectionist Conception and Critique of Secularism”, Journal of the History of Ideas [University of Pennsylvania Press] 79, 2 (2019), 643-663 (ISI/Scopus Indexed).
  • “Not Just a House to Honour God”: Mosques in the Malay World as Cosmopolitan Spaces,” Global Journal Al-Tsaqafah 8, 1 (2018): 43-55 (ISI/Scopus Indexed).
  • “In Defense of Guided Reason: Hamka and the Reconstruction of Southeast Asian Islam”, History of Religions [Chicago University Press] 57, 1 (2017), 107-128 (ISI/Scopus Indexed).
  • “Reconceptualizing Islam in Southeast Asia: Cosmopolitan Public Intellectuals and their Publics,” Situations: Cultural Studies in the Asian Context [Yonsei University Press] 10, 2 (2017): 45-64 (ISI/Scopus Indexed).
  • “Recasting Gendered Paradigms: An Indonesian Cleric and Muslim Women in the Malay World”, Islam and Muslim-Christian Relations [Taylor and Francis] 27, 2, (2016), pp. 175-193 (ISI/Scopus Indexed).
  • “Reorienting Sufism: Hamka and Islamic Mysticism in the Malay World”, Indonesia [Cornell University Press] 101, 1 (2016), pp. 1-18 (ISI/Scopus Indexed).
  • “Political Memoirs as Contrapuntal Narratives: Said Zahari’s Dark Clouds at Dawn", Interventions: Journal of Postcolonial Studies [Taylor and Francis] 18, 4 (2016), pp. 512-525 (ISI/Scopus Indexed).
  • “Demarginalizing the Sharia: Muslim Activists and Legal Reforms in Malaysia”, ReOrient: Journal of Critical Muslim Studies [Pluto Press] 1, 2 (2016), pp. 127-146 (ISI/Scopus Indexed).
  • “Writing Reformist Histories: A Cleric as an Outsider-History Maker”, The Public Historian [University of California Press] 37, 3 (2015), pp. 10-28.
  • “Coffeeshops in Colonial Singapore: Domains of Contentious Publics”, History Workshop Journal [Oxford University Press] 78, 1 (2014), pp. 65-85 (ISI/Scopus Indexed).
  • “Transcending Orientalism: Syed Muhammad Naquib Al-Attas and the History of Islam in the Malay World”, Tafhim: Journal of Islam and the Contemporary World [Institute of Islamic Understanding Malaysia] 6, 1, (2014), pp. 1-21.
  • “Against Multiple Hegemonies: Radical Malay Women in Colonial Malaya”, Journal of Social History [Oxford University Press] 46, 1 (2013), pp. 153-175 (ISI/Scopus Indexed).
  • “The Prison and the Anti-colonialist in British Malaya”, Journal of Historical Sociology [Wiley-Blackwell] 25, 3 (2012), pp. 386-412 (ISI/Scopus Indexed).
  • “Mediating and Consuming the Memories of Violence in the Philippines”, Critical Asian Studies [Routledge] 44, 1 (2012), pp. 227-250. [co-written with Rommel Curaming] (ISI/Scopus Indexed).
  • “Social Memory and State-Civil Society Relations in the Philippines: Forgetting and Remembering Jabidah ‘Massacre’”, Time and Society [Sage] 21, 1 (2012), pp. 89-103 [co-written with Rommel Curaming] (ISI/Scopus Indexed).
  • “The Other Muhammadiyah Movement: Singapore, 1958-2008”, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies [Cambridge University Press] 42, 2 (2011), pp. 281-302 (ISI/Scopus Indexed).
  • “Micro-history and the Study of Minorities”, Social History [Taylor and Francis] 35, 1 (2011), pp. 22-35 (ISI/Scopus Indexed).
  • “A Theory of Colonialism in the Malay World”, Postcolonial Studies [Taylor and Francis] 14, 1 (2011), pp. 7-21 (ISI/Scopus Indexed).
  • “Ethnic Resurgence, Minority Communities and State Policies in a Network Society”, Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power [Routledge] 16, 2 (2010), pp. 304-326 (ISI/Scopus Indexed).
  • “Rethinking Riots in Colonial Southeast East Asia”, South East Asia Research [Sage] 18, 1 (2010), pp. 105–131 (ISI/Scopus Indexed).
  • “British Discourses and Malay Identity in Colonial Singapore”, Indonesia and the Malay World [Taylor and Francis] 37, 107 (2009), pp. 1-22 (ISI/Scopus Indexed).
  • “The Role of Hadramis in Post-World War Two Singapore – A Reinterpretation”, Immigrants and Minorities [Taylor and Francis] 25, 2 (2007), pp. 163-183 (ISI/Scopus Indexed).
  • “Making Sense of an Evolving Identity: A Survey of Studies on Identity and Identity Formation of Malays in Singapore”, Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs (JMMA) [Taylor and Francis] 26, 3 (2006), pp. 371-382 (ISI/Scopus Indexed).
  • “Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles’ Discourse on the Malay World – A Revisionist Perspective”, Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asian Studies [Institute of Southeast Asian Studies] 20, 1 (2005), pp. 1-22 (ISI/Scopus Indexed).
  • “Estranged from the Ideal Past - Historical Evolution of Madrasahs in Singapore”, Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs (JMMA) [Taylor and Francis] 25, 2 (2005), pp. 249-260. [co-written with Dayang Istiaisyah Hussin] (ISI/Scopus Indexed).
  • “Films as Social History - P. Ramlee's ‘Seniman Bujang Lapok’ and Malays in Singapore (1950s-60s)” Heritage Journal [Singapore History Museum] 2, 1 (2005), pp. 1-21.
  • “Edward Said and Southeast Asian Islam”, Journal of Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies (Special Issue on “The Life and Legacy of Edward Said”) [Georgia Southern University] 11, 1-2 (2004), pp. 159-175.

Chapters in Books and Encyclopedia Entries

  • “Rethinking Islam in Southeast Asia,” in Khairudin Aljunied (ed.), The Routledge Handbook of Islam in Southeast Asia (London: Routledge 2021 [forthcoming in December 2021).
  • “The Islamic Reformist Mosaic in Southeast Asia,” in Tamara Sonn (ed.), Overcoming Orientalism: Essays in Honor of John L. Esposito (New York: Oxford University Press, 2021), pp. 97-120.
  • “Sufism and Politics in the Malay World: A Longue Durée and Comparative Perspective,” in Salih Cift (ed.), Sufism and Politics: Past and Present (Istanbul: Ensar Nesriyat, 2020), pp. 283-310.
  • “Islam in Southeast Asia,” in The Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Religion. https://oxfordre.com/religion/view/10.1093/acrefore/9780199340378.001.0001/acrefore-9780199340378-e-658
  • “Abdullah Munsyi”, in David Thomas, and John Chesworth (eds.), Christian-Muslim Relations. A Bibliographical History Volume 12. South and East Asia, Africa and the Americas (1600-1700)) (Leiden: Brill, 2020).
  • “On the Fluidity and Stability of Personal Memory”, in Alistair Thomson et. al, Historical Fragments in Southeast Asia (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013), pp. 83-100. [co-written with Rommel Curaming]
  • “Introduction to Figures of Singaporean Modernity”, in Erik Harms, Joshua Barker and Johan Lindquist (eds.), The Figures of Southeast Asian Modernity (Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press, 2013), pp. 195-198.
  • “The Scholar-Musician”, in Erik Harms, Joshua Barker and Johan Lindquist (eds.), The Figures of Southeast Asian Modernity (Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press, 2013), pp. 179-181.
  • “Muslims and Heritage in George Town”, in Johan Saravanamuttu and Francis Hutchinson (eds.), Catching the Wind: Penang in a Rising Asia (Singapore: ISEAS, 2013), pp. 55-67.
  • “Tools of Conflict, Levers of Cohesion: Culture andReligion in Muslim Southeast Asia”, Sven Schottman and Joseph Camilleri (eds.), Culture and Religion and Conflict in Muslim Southeast Asia (London: Routledge, 2012), pp. 179-191.
  • “Theorising Colonialism in the Malay World”, Zawawi Ibrahim (ed.), Social Science and Knowledge in a Globalizing World (Petaling Jaya: PSSM, 2012), pp. 201-218.
  • “Islamic Education – Singapore”, in John Esposito, Oxford Islamic Studies Online, http://www.oxfordislamicstudies.com/ (2012).
  • “The Languages of Security in Malaysia”, in Matthew Hill and Sheryn Lee (eds.), The Languages of Security in the Asia-Pacific http://asiapacific.anu.edu.au/blogs/languagesofsecurity/category/languages/malaysian/ (2011).
  • “Globalising the History of Singapore”, in Derek Heng and Syed Muhd Khairudin Aljunied (eds.), Global Connections: Singapore in World History (ICAS Series) (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2011), pp. 11-26. [co-written with Derek Heng]
  • “Melayu: Politics, Poetics and Paradoxes”, in Maznah Mohamed and Syed Muhd Khairudin Aljunied (eds.), Melayu: The Politics and Paradoxes of Ethnicity (Singapore: Singapore University Press, 2011), pp. ix-xxii. [co-written with Maznah Mohamad]
  • “Malay Identity in Postcolonial Singapore”, in Maznah Mohamed and Syed Muhd Khairudin Aljunied (eds.), Melayu: The Politics and Paradoxes of Ethnicity (Singapore: Singapore University Press, 2011), pp. 145-167.
  • “A Century of Hope, Experiment and Change”, in Aileen Lau (ed.), Malay Heritage in Singapore (Singapore: Malay Heritage Foundation, 2011), pp. 40-56. [co-written with Timothy P. Barnard]
  • “Temasek, Singapura and Singapore: From Ancient to Colonial Port”, in Aileen Lau (ed.), Malay Heritage in Singapore (Singapore: Malay Heritage Foundation, 2011), pp. 20-31. [co-written with Timothy P. Barnard]
  • “Perils and Prospects of Researching the Maria Hertogh Controversy in Singapore”, in Loh Kah Seng and Liew Kai Khiun (eds.), The Makers and Keepers of Singapore History (Singapore: Singapore Heritage Society, 2010), pp. 139-146.
  • “Hadhramis within Malay Activism: The Role of Al-Saqqaf (s) in Post-War Singapore”, in Ahmed Ibrahim Abushouk and Hassan Ahmed Ibrahim (eds.), The Hadhrami Diaspora in Southeast Asia: Identity Maintenance or Assimilation? (Leiden: Brill, 2009), pp. 225-244.
  • “Introduction”, in Derek Heng and Syed Muhd Khairudin Aljunied (eds.), Reframing Singapore: Memory, Identity and Trans-Regionalism (ICAS Series) (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2009), pp. 11-20. [co-written with (with Derek Heng]
  • “Beyond the Rhetoric of Communalism”, in Derek Heng and Syed Muhd Khairudin Aljunied (eds.), Reframing Singapore: Memory, Identity and Trans-Regionalism (ICAS Series) (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2009), pp. 69-88.
  • “Arabs in Singapore” and “Abdullah Bin Abdul Kadir (Munshi Abdullah)”, in Timothy Auger, Jimmy Yap, Ng Wei Chian (eds.), Singapore: The Encyclopedia (Editions Didier Millet: Singapore, 2006).

Book Reviews/Review Essays

  • Book Review of Kevin Fogg, Indonesia’s Islamic Revolution (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020) in American Journal of Islam and Society 38, 1-2 (2021).
  • Book Review of Sven Schottmann, Mahathir’s Islam: Mahathir Mohamad on Religion and Modernity in Malaysia (Honolulu: Hawai’i University Press, 2018), in Journal of Southeast Asian Studie 51, 4 (2021), pp. 633-635.
  • Book Review of Bruce Lawrence, The Koran in English: A Biography (New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 2017), in American Journal of Islam and Society 35, 3 (2018), pp. 79-82.
  • Book Review of Nicholas Long, Being Malay in Indonesia: Histories, Hopes and Citizenship in the Riau Archipelago (Copenhagen: NIAS Press, 2013), in Social Analysis 61, 3 (2017), pp. 130-131.
  • Book Review of Derryl N. Maclean and Sikeena Karmali Ahmed (eds.) Cosmopolitanisms in Muslim Contexts: Perspectives from the Past (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2013), in American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences 32, 2 (2015), pp. 99-101.
  • Book Review of Kah Seng, Loh et. al., The University Socialist Club and the Contest for Malaya: Tangled Strands of Modernity (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2012), in Asian Studies Review 39, 1 (2015), pp. 171-172.
  • Review Essay of Iik Arin Mansurnoor Southeast Asia. Living Islamically in the periphery: Muslim discourse, institution, and intellectual tradition in Southeast Asia (Banten: UIN Jakarta Press, 2011) and Yamamoto Hiroyuki, Anthony Milner, Kawashima Midori and Arai Kazuhiro (eds.) Southeast Asia. Bangsa and umma: Development of people-grouping concepts in Islamized Southeast Asia (Kyoto: Kyoto University Press, 2011 in Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 45, 2 (2014), pp. 283-286.
  • Book Review of Andrew N. Weintraub (ed.) Islam and Popular Culture in Indonesia and Malaysia (London: Routledge, 2011), in Asian Journal of Social Science 40, 1 (2012), pp. 257-259.
  • Book Review of Julian C.H. Lee, Islamization and Activism in Malaysia (Singapore: ISEAS, 2010), in Asian Affairs 42, 3 (2011), 523-536.
  • Book Review of Kamaludeen Mohamed Nasir, Pereira, Alexius and Turner, Bryan, Muslims in Singapore (London: Routledge, 2009), in Asian Journal of Political Science 18, 2 (2010), pp. 224-226.
  • Review Essay, “On the Revival and Commitment to Malay Studies: A Review of Leonard Andaya, Leaves of the Same Tree and Anthony Milner, The Malays”, in Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society 82, 2 (2009), pp. 201-205.
  • Book Review of Eng Seng Ho, The Graves of Tarim (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2005), in Journal of Islamic Studies 20, 2 (2009), pp. 270-271.
  • Book Review of Nicholas Tarling, Nationalism in Southeast Asia (New York: Routledge, 2004), in Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 38, 3 (2007), pp 585-587.
  • Book Review of Joel Kahn, Other Malays: Nationalism and Cosmopolitalism in the Modern Malay World (Singapore: Singapore University Press, 2006), in Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 38, 2 (2007), pp 39-398.
  • Book Review of Yoginder Sikand, Bastion of Believers: Madrasas and Islamic Education in Indian (New Delhi: Penguin Books, 2005), in Asia Pacific Journal of Education 27, 1 (2007), pp. 106-108.
  • Book Review of Peter Borschberg (ed.), Iberians in the Singapore-Melaka Area (16th to 18th Century) (Harrassowitz Verlag: Germany, 2004), in Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land-, en Volkenkunde 161, 2 (2005), pp. 350-351.
  • Book Review of Abu Talib Ahmad and Tan Liok Ee (eds.), New Terrains in Southeast Asian History (Singapore University Press: Singapore, 2003), in Journal of Southeast Asian Studies (2005) 36, 1, pp 153 - 154.
  • Book Review of Alijah Gordon (ed.), The Propagation of Islam in the Indonesian-Malay Archipelago (Kuala Lumpur: Malaysian Sociological Research Institute (MSRI), 2001), in Asian Journal of Social Science (2004), 31, 3, pp. 590-592.
Main conference and seminar papers (last three years)
  • “Cosmopolitan Adaptation: Singapore Malay-Muslim Immigrants in Post-September 11 Australia,” Presented at the Association of Asian Studies (AAS) Conference, Washington DC, USA, 23 March, 2018.
  • “Muslim Youth Activism and the Sharia in Southeast Asia - The case of ABIM in Malaysia”, Presented at “Weatherhead Institute”, Columbia University, USA. 19 November, 2013,
  • “From the Real to the Virtual: Islamic Revivalism in Southeast Asia in Comparative Perspective”, Presented at a Conference Panel on “Religious Revivals in Southeast Asia: Transnational and Comparative Perspectives”, Oxford University, 9-10 March, 2013. [co-convener with Ermin Sinanovic, Naval Postgraduate Institute, USA].
  • “Zones of Contentious Publics: Coffee Shops in Singapore”, Presented at a Workshop on “Contentious Sites and the Colonial Public Sphere in Southeast Asia”, University of Lancaster, 24-25 January, 2013.
  • “Bersih 2.0 in the History of Protest Movements in Malaysia”, Presented at Seminars delivered in Deakin and La Trobe University, Melbourne on 27 September & 2 October 2011.
  • “Ideas and Theories of Colonialism”, Presented at IMASE-King’s College Reading Circles, King’s College, London on 18 June 2011.
  • “Preserving Heritage: The Case of Muslims in Georgetown”, Presented at Penang Outlook Forum, Institute of Southeast Asia Studies, on 3 June 2010.
  • “Syed Ahmad Semait’s Reformist Activism”, Presented at Rihlah: Arabs in Southeast Asia Conference on 11 April 2010.
  • “Burhanuddin Al-Helmy’s Ideas on Colonialism”, Presented at International Conference on Malay Culture and Society, University of Brunei on 5 November 2009.
  • “Global Effects of an Ethnic Riot: Singapore, 1950-1954”, Presented at the International Convention of Asian Scholars (ICAS5), Daejeon, South Korea on 6 August 2009.
  • “Perils and Prospects of Researching the Maria Hertogh Controversy”, Presented at Symposium on the Makers and Keepers of Singapore History on 10 November, 2008.
  • “Murder as Prism to understanding the Social History of the Sikhs in Singapore and Malaya”, Presented at Sikhs in Southeast Asia: Negotiating an Identity Workshop, Institute of Southeast Asia Studies, Singapore on 13 May 2008.
  • “Beyond the Rhetoric of Communalism: The Maria Hertogh Controversy in Singapore’s Pasts”, Presented at the International Convention of Asian Scholars (ICAS5), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 2 August 2007.
  • “Hadramis Within Malay Activism in Colonial Singapore”, Presented at the International Conference on The Yemeni-Hadramis in Southeast Asia: Identity Maintenance or Assimilation?, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 27 August 2005.
Teaching and supervision
  • INAF418: Islam and Politics in Southeast Asia
  • EU1101E – Making of Modern Europe
  • MS1102E: Tradition, Conflict and Change in the Malay World.
  • SSA2211: The Evolution of Global City-States.
  • MS2205: Islam and Contemporary Southeast Asian Society.
  • MS 2210: Malay Culture and Society.
  • MS 2215: Southeast Asian Historiography.
  • MS 3218: Religious and Social Life in Southeast Asia.
  • MS 3215: Modernity in Malaysia.
  • MS4201: Social Change in the Malay World
  • MS 4202: Nineteenth Century Transitions in Southeast Asia.
  • MS 4660: Popular Culture in Singapore (ISM)
  • MS 5660: History and Society in Malaysian Historical Novels (ISM)
Grants and Scholarship
  • 2021: FASS Book Grant (National University of Singapore) - SGD$3,000.
  • 2019: FASS Book Grant (National University of Singapore) - SGD$1,500.
  • 2018: FASS Book Grant (National University of Singapore) - SGD$5,000.
  • 2018-2021: Ministry of Education Tier 2 Grant - SGD$145,700.
  • 2017: Global Engagement International Collaboration Grant (Georgetown University) - USD$10,155.
  • 2016: FASS Book Grant (National University of Singapore) - SGD$3,000.
  • 2015: Humanities and Social Sciences Seed Funding (National University of Singapore) - SGD$27,000.
  • 2014: Religion Cluster Workshop Grant (National University of Singapore) - SGD$7,000.
  • 2013: FASS Book Grant (National University of Singapore) - SGD$3,000.
  • 2013: Fulbright Visiting Scholars' Grant - SGD$15,000.
  • 2011: Director for Humanities and Social Sciences Workshop Grant (National University of Singapore) - SGD$10,000
  • 2011: Lee Foundation Conference Grant - SGD$10,000.
  • 2010: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS) Conference Grant - SGD$8,000.
  • 2010: Lee Foundation Workshop Grant - SGD$2,000.
  • 2010: Think City (Khazanah Nasional, Malaysia) Research Grant- RM$20,000.
  • 2009: Staff Research Support Scheme (National University of Singapore) - $5,640
  • 2009: Majlis Ugama Islam Singapore (MUIS) Workshop Grant - SGD$2,000.
  • 2009: Research Grant (Academic Event), Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore - SGD$15,080.
  • 2005-2008: Overseas Postgraduate Scholarship (National University of Singapore) - SGD$202,000.
  • 2005: Majlis Ugama Islam Singapore (MUIS) Postgraduate Studies Grant - SGD$5,000.
  • 2005: Tan Kah Kee Foundation Postgraduate Grant - SGD$10,000.
  • 2001-2003: Postgraduate Research Scholarship (National University of Singapore) - SGD$50,000.
Languages
  • Malay
  • English

 

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