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Arunajeet Kaur attained her PhD from the Australian National University (ANU) in 2011 (Asian Studies). Her research interests focus primarily on contemporary and Empire based migration. As a result she takes an interest in post- colonial societies/countries within Asia , ethnic minorities and multi culturalism . Her dissertation at the ANU was on the Hindraf movement in Malaysia .
Arunajeet Kaur has co- published , The Migration of Indian Human capital; The Ebb and Flow of Indian Professionals in Southeast Asia, Routledge , 2010. She has written on the influence of media , capital flows and social issues pertaining to transnational lives and skilled migration .
AT NTS , RSIS , Arunajeet Kaur will be looking at migration issues within ASEAN .
Areas of Expertise
- Multi culturalism
- Minority rights
- South East Asian communities
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- Kaur, Arunajeet. Hindraf and the Malaysian Indians, Silverfish, Kuala Lumpur, 2017
Faizal bin Yahya & Arunajeet Kaur. The Migration of Indian Human capital; The Ebb and Flow of Indian Professionals in Southeast Asia, Routledge , 2010.
Arunajeet Kaur , Komagata Maru sails from the Far East : cartography of the Sikh diaspora within the British Empire , ‘ South Asian diaspora ‘ , Routledge, May 2016.
Arunajeet Kaur, Hindraf as a response to Islamization in Malaysia , in ‘Religious Diversity in Muslim –majority States in Southeast Asia : Areas of Toleration and Conflict’, Bernhard Platzdasch & Johan Saravanamuttu (eds),Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS), Singapore, 2014.
Arunajeet Kaur and Faizal bin Yahya, Zee TV and the Creation of Hindi Media Communities in Singapore, in ‘SOJOURN: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia’ 25, no. 2, October 2010.
Faizal bin Yahya & Arunajeet Kaur, Indian Media and the Lure of Uniquely Singapore, in ‘Reframing Singapore, Memory – Identity – Trans-Regionalism’, Derek Heng and Syed Muhd Khairudin (eds), ICAS Publication Series, Edited Volumes 6, Amsterdam University Press, Amsterdam, pp: 213-228, 2009.
Arunajeet Kaur. The evolution of the Sikh Identity in Singapore in ‘ Religious diversity in Singapore’, Lai Ah Eng (ed), Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies jointly with Institute of Policy Studies, 2008.
Arunajeet Kaur. Singapore’s New Indians; Attracting Indian foreign talent to Singapore in ‘Rising India and Indian communities in East Asia’, K. Kesavapany, A. Mani, P. Ramasamy (eds), Singapore: ISEAS Publishing, 2008.
Last updated on 05/05/2017