Announcements

  • 03 Mar 2020

    Faculty News: Prof. Anju Mary Paul received the 2020 Yale-NUS College Distinguished Teaching Award.

  • 03 Mar 2020

    Faculty News: Prof. Rohan Mukherjee published an article, “Rethinking U.S. Alliances and Partnerships as Insurance Contracts,” in AsiaGlobal Online published by the University of Hong Kong on February 19, 2020. Congratulations, Prof. Mukherjee!

  • 25 Jan 2020

    Faculty News: Prof. Anju Mary Paul just published a co-authored paper in the journal Gender, Place and Culture with her former capstone student, Nicole Lim (Class of 2019), based on Nicole’s Anthropology capstone: Lim, Nicole and Anju M. Paul. “Stigma on a Spectrum: Differentiated Stigmatization of Migrant Domestic Workers’ Romantic Relationships in Singapore.” Gender, Place and Culture. doi: 10.1080/0966369X.2019.1710474 . Congratulations, Prof. Paul and Ms. Nicole Lim!

  • 25 Jan 2020

    Faculty News: Professor Steven Oliver has just published a co-authored paper in the journal Democratisation. Titled “Four arenas: Malaysia’s 2018 election, reform, and democratisation“, this paper was co-authored with Kai Ostwald and can be accessed at the following link: https://doi.org/10.1080/13510347.2020.1713757 . Our heartiest congratulations to Professor Oliver!

     

  • 22 Jan 2020

    Faculty News: The Global Affairs department would like to extend a warm welcome to Professors Mira Debs, Alex Debs, and Yogesh Joshi, who will be teaching 4 courses for GA this semester between the three of them.

    Prof. Mira Debs is Executive Director of Yale’s Education Studies program and a lecturer in the Department of Sociology. Her research and teaching focuses on the sociology of education including school desegregation, school choice, progressive public schools and the role of parents in school advocacy. Prof. Alexandre Debs is Associate Professor of Political Science at Yale University. His research and teaching focuses on the causes of war, nuclear proliferation, and applied game theory. Finally, Prof. Yogesh Joshi is a Research Fellow at the Institute of South Asian Studies, National University of Singapore. His research interests lie at the intersection of theory, history, and policy in the field of international relations and strategic studies with an empirical focus on South Asia and the Indo-Pacific.

  • 22 Jan 2020

    Student News: The Global Affairs department is excited to welcome two new sophomore student ambassadors to our team – Bilge Arslan and Anastasiya Varenytsya! Bilge is also the Regional Coordinator of Asia at European Horizons, and is deeply involved with the Global China Connection and the Roosevelt Institute. In her free time, she learns Chinese, blogs about her travel experiences, and loves to dance ballroom with the Yale-NUS Ballroom Team. Meanwhile, Anastasiya is deeply passionate about international affairs, human rights, and social justice issues. She is also a barista with Yale-NUS Brewhouse, and may be found working at the Library front desk, dancing, or leading workshops for the Kingfishers for Consent.

  • 13 Jan 2020

    Faculty News: Prof. Anju Mary Paul’s book Multinational Maids received an honorable mention for the American Sociological Association’s 2020 Distinguished Scholarly Book Award. [Link to book embedded above]

  • 13 Jan 2020

    Faculty News:  Prof. Catherine Shea Sanger just published a book she co-edited with former HOS Prof. Nancy Gleason entitled Diversity and Inclusion in Global Higher Education: Lessons from Across Asia  (Palgrave Macmillan 2020). [The book is open access – link embedded above]

  • 13 Jan 2020

    Faculty News: Prof. Rohan Mukherjee just published a chapter on India-Pakistan Relations” in The Sage Handbook of Asian Foreign Policy, edited by Takashi Inoguchi and published in 2019 by SAGE Publications [Link to Handbook embedded]

  • 01 Nov 2019

    Faculty News: Prof. Rohan Mukherjee gave a talk on 25th October at the United Nations University in Tokyo, on the viability of the Indo-Pacific as a strategic concept, and of ‘the Quad’ (U.S., Japan, India, Australia) as an institution of major-power cooperation.