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Terri-Anne Teo is a Research Fellow at the Centre of Excellence for National Security (CENS), S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. She holds a PhD in Politics and an MSc in International Relations from the University of Bristol.
Her research addresses the nexus between citizenship, governance and identity through sociological theory, and postcolonial and poststructuralist frameworks. She is specifically interested in understanding the exclusions of citizenship and affected communities in urban societies, including racial, religious and sexual minorities, and low-waged migrant workers. While calling attention to inequalities and practices of exclusion, she considers forms of redress from institutional and normative perspectives. Her work is grounded in empirical work and interdisciplinary methods motivated by sociological traditions, media studies and human geography. Building on this research, she is currently working on a monograph that examines multiculturalism in Singapore, and is the co-editor of a volume on postcolonial governmentalities.
Terri-Anne has taught courses on multiculturalism, international relations and political theory, and will be teaching Citizenship, Immigration and Globalisation (AS6042) in the upcoming term.
Areas of Expertise
- Race relations
- Ethnicity and Migration
- Critical citizenship
- Coordinator, 12th Asia-Pacific Programme for Senior National Security Officers, 2018.
- Panelist. “Diversity and Inclusion: The Role of Social Harmony in National Security.” Singapore Institute of International Affairs, McCann Singapore, 2017.
- Keynote, Racial Harmony Day, Tanjong Katong Secondary School, Singapore, 2017.
- Member of British International Studies Association (BISA) Colonial, Postcolonial and Decolonial Working Group, and Poststructural Politics Working Group
- Member of the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR)
- “Singapore and Multiculturalism.” Public Lecture, Social Sciences and Humanities Seminar Series, Singapore Management University, 2015.
- Co-organiser, Postcolonial Governmentality Workshop, Cardiff University, 2015.
- Co-organiser, Postcolonial Governmentality Workshop, University of Bristol, 2014.
The Influx of Refugees: Challenges and Benefits
01 March, 2018
Fake News: National Security in the Post-Truth Era
19 January, 2018
Singaporean Youth and Socioeconomic Mobility
04 August, 2017
CO16244 | Elected Presidency: The Factor of Unintended Consequences
04 October, 2016
- Invisible Identities in 2015: Uncovering Absences, Conflations and Difference in Race, Religion and Gender, in Terence Lee and Kevin Y.L. Tan (eds). Change in Voting: Singapore’s 2015 General Election. Singapore: Ethos Books.
RSIS Modules Taught
Citizenship, Immigration and Globalisation (AS6042)
Last updated on 06/09/2018