| 10th – 11th March 2018, King's College London |

Conversations In Singapore History

A Symposium of Current Research
10-11th March 2018
King’s College London

Our full programme for this year can be found here: CisH2018-Programme-Outline
Register to join our symposium at

Conversations in Singapore History returns for its third edition in 2018. Continuing with past tradition we seek to build a community of knowledge surrounding the history of Singapore by providing a space for colleagues to share independent research outside the canon. Undergraduates and graduates regardless of discipline are especially encouraged to submit papers exploring any facet of Singapore and/or its place in regional and global contexts.

This year we encourage submissions that address histories of marginality in Singapore and the difficulties of representation amidst established teleological narratives of successful development and post-colonial statehood. In our symposium this year we look to address this theme through both academic and artistic forms of knowledge, and seek to foster participatory discussion in our sessions.

All suggestions and queries can be sent to – we look forward to hearing from you!