Speaking at the Singapore Biennale, Jan 25th



Dear friends in Singapore, if you have nothing better to do on Jan 25th, do join Dr Khairudin Aljunied, a Malay Studies professor, and me for a discussion on Malaysian and Singaporean history, as part of the Singapore Biennale.

I will be chatting about themes related to my first book, Floating on a Malayan Breeze. He will look at “History as Controversy:….in an increasingly digitised and globalised world, there is a need to confront – rather than sidestep – historical themes and topics that may be viewed as “controversial” or “sensitive” in the study of history…”

When: 2-430pm, Sat Jan 25th
Where: Visitors’ Briefing Room, Level 1, National Library Building
Cost: Free! But you must…
Sign up: Send an email to education@singaporeartmuseum.sg with Subject line: RSVP: SG Biennale Mapping Series (Sat 25 Jan 2014)

There are more details of the event here. Unfortunately, the online ticketing function there is faulty. Just ignore it. If you would like to attend, send an email as per above.

Hope to see you there!

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