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Book review: Literature & the Arts in Singapore

Book review: Literature & the Arts in Singapore

Book Review Yap Ai Hui Gwendolyn Merely 50 years ago, Singapore faced its biggest crisis –sudden separation from Malaysia. Unprepared for independence, we descended into chaos, our cultural identity tested. What are we? Neither Malayans nor ‘Singaporean’, our standing...
Science, Technology, Society

Science, Technology, Society

Constellations, Issue 4 Kanksha Chawla and Kelvin Eng Science and Technology Studies—also known as Science and Technology in Society—is a field of study that emerged during the 1960s and 1970s and began to consolidate into a distinct sub-discipline in the 1980s. The...
Boys Like Blue, Girls Like Pink

Boys Like Blue, Girls Like Pink

Constellations, Issue 3 Nicolette Wong & Lisa Zuliana Binte Zulkifli Two children walk into a clothing store. The boy gravitates towards the blue t-shirt with Transformers emblazoned on the front. The girl is drawn to the pink ballerina tutu costume. At least,...
Outcomes based Teaching and Learning

Outcomes based Teaching and Learning

Constellations Issue 2 DIVYATA RAUT & LAVINIA TANG Students, get ready to see your modules in a different light very soon. Nanyang Technological University is taking considerable measures to fine-tune its academic curriculum structure to heighten students’...
The “Two Cultures” Today

The “Two Cultures” Today

Constellations Issue 2 WANG GUNGWU I was a student at a time when the Faculty of Arts did not differentiate between humanities and social sciences and was, for a while, somewhat ambivalent about where I really belonged. I had begun with a love for all things literary...