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Terri-Anne Teo is a Research Fellow at the 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, UK. Her research interests include multiculturalism, citizenship, migration and identity politics. Current projects include a co-edited volume titled Postcolonial Governmentalities: Rationalities, Violences and Contestations (Rowman and Littlefield International, forthcoming). Her most recent publications include a monograph titled Civic Multiculturalism in Singapore: Revisiting Citizenship, Rights and Recognition (Palgrave Macmillan, 2019), and journal articles in Global Society and Asian Studies Review on multiculturalism and perceptions of meritocracy in Singapore respectively.
Terri-Anne has taught courses on multiculturalism, citizenship, international relations and political theory.
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.
Singaporean Youth and Socioeconomic Mobility
20 November, 2018
Fake News: National Security in the Post-Truth Era
19 January, 2018
Intelligence: Evolving Limitations and Contributions
20 August, 2019
CO16244 | Elected Presidency: The Factor of Unintended Consequences
04 October, 2016
- Civic Multiculturalism in Singapore: Revisiting Citizenship, Rights and Recognition. Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019
Edited Books / Special Issues
- Postcolonial Governmentalities: Rationalities, Violences and Contestations (with Elisa Wynne-Hughes), Eds. United Kingdom: Rowman and Littlefield International, 2020
- “Perceptions of Meritocracy in Singapore: Inconsistencies, Contestations and Biases” in Asian Studies Review, Vol. 5, Issue 2, 2019, pp. 1-22
- “Conduct and Counter-conduct in the “Nonliberal” State: Singapore’s Headscarf Affairs.” in Global Society, 32, No. 3, 2018, pp. 1-23
Chapters in Edited Books
- “Dual Citizenship and National Service in Singapore” (with Priscilla Cabuyao) in Ho Shu Huang and Graham Gerard Ong, National Service in Singapore. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Co., 2018, pp. 175-201
- 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 05/07/2019