dr. (Sandra) S.K. Manickam

dr. (Sandra) S.K. Manickam

Lecturer Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication Department of History
Location
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Room
M6-39
Telephone
Email
manickam@eshcc.eur.nl

Latest academic publication

S.K. Manickam (2018). Solidarity in an oppressive world? The paradox of Malaysia-African interactions in Higher Education. In Policies and Politics in Malaysian Education: Education Reforms, Nationalism and Neoliberalism. London: Routledge

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      • S.K. Manickam (2015). Taming the Wild: Aborigines and Racial Knowledge in Colonial Malaya (Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA) Southeast Asia Series). Singapore: NUS Press
      • S.K. Manickam (2018). Solidarity in an oppressive world? The paradox of Malaysia-African interactions in Higher Education. In Policies and Politics in Malaysian Education: Education Reforms, Nationalism and Neoliberalism. London: Routledge
      • S.K. Manickam (2016). Looking for Din after the War. In End of Empire: 100 Days in 1945 that Changed Asia and the World. Copenhagen: NIAS Press
      • S.K. Manickam (2015). Not Just Skin Deep: Ideas of Racial Difference in Genetic Studies on Orang Asli from the 1950s. In Malaysia's 'Original People': Past, Present and Future of the Orang Asli. Singapore: NUS Press
      • S.K. Manickam (2009). Africans in Asia: The discourse of 'Negritos' in early nineteenth century Southeast Asia. In Responding to the West: Essays on Colonial Domination and Asian Agency. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press
      • S.K. Manickam (2017, september 14). Technocracy in a Time of War: Governing Malaya and Singapore during the Japanese Period. University of Amsterdam, Government by Expertise: Technocrats and Technocracy in Western Europe, 1914-1973.
      • S.K. Manickam & N. IIoka (2017, mei 18). Rethinking 'occupation' and 'colonialism' in Malaya: The case of Japanese migrants and the medical profession in the Malay Peninsula. Erasmus University of Rotterdam, Center for Historical Culture Talk.
      • S.K. Manickam (2017, mei 20). The Durian in the Room: Power and Difference in Southeast Asian Studies across continents. Goethe University of Frankfurt am Main, 2nd Student Southeast Asia Conference.
      • S.K. Manickam (2017, november 16). Wartime imaginings of an archipelagic community: Fajar Asia and the quest for peninsula Malayan and Indonesian unity. University of Nottingham, Talk for the ERC-funded project Cultures of Occupation in Twentieth Century Asia' (COTCA) project.
      • S.K. Manickam (2017, augustus 16). Malaria in Malai: Health and Medicine during the Japanese occupation. University of Oxford, EUROSEAS 2017.
      • S.K. Manickam (2016, juni 5). Dissemination of information during the Japanese Occupation of Malaya. Chinese University of Hong Kong, Coping with transnational crisis: Chinese economic and social lives in East Asian Ports-Cities, 1850-1950.
      • S.K. Manickam (2016, augustus 5). The “Greater Sphere” of the 25th Army: Wartime constructions of an archipelagic community. University Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta, Malaya and Indonesia: Links and Fractures in Political and Historical Thoughts.
      • S.K. Manickam (2015, augustus 26). Book Talk: Taming the wild: Aborigines and Racial Knowledge in Colonial Malaya. National University of Singapore, NUS History Departmental Seminar.
      • S.K. ManickamThe use of history in legal battles with the Malaysian state. Kyoto University, Consortium for Southeast Asian Studies in Asia (SEASIA) Southeast Asian Studies in Asia Conference.
      • S.K. Manickam (2015, oktober 3). The Japanese Occupation of Malaya: The missing story from Japanese-language materials. National Archives of Singapore, Memories at Old Ford Factory, Public Lecture for 20th anniversary of the National Library Board.
      • S.K. Manickam (2015, juni 23). Japanese Occupation of Malaya: New Sources and Translations. Goethe University of Frankfurt am Main, Lecture.
      • S.K. Manickam (2015, maart 20). Solidarity in an oppressive world? The promise of Malaysia-African interactions in Higher Education. Sunway University, 4th Southeast Asian Studies Symposium 2015.
      • S.K. Manickam (2014, maart 11). Malaysian Educational Exports in Africa: the case of Limkokwing University. University of Malaya, 1st International Conference Africa-Asia Development University Network - Africa's Asia Options (AADUN-AFRASO).
      • S.K. Manickam (2014, maart 14). Not Just Skin Deep: Ideas of Racial Difference in Genetic Studies on Orang Asli from the 1950s. University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus, The Centre for the Study of Communications & Culture (CSCC).
      • S.K. Manickam (2013, september 5). History of Ideas of Race In the Malay World. Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, Invited talk.
      • S.K. Manickam (2013, juni 14). History of the Ideas of Race in Hikayat Dunia. Abteilung für Sprachen und Kulturen Südostasiens, Universität Hamburg, Asien-Afrika-Institut, Abeitsbereich Austronesistik.
      • S.K. Manickam (2012, december 8). Drawing blood at a time of emergency: new studies of Orang Asli during Malayas decolonisation. Asian Civilisations Museum, Singapore, Asia-Europe Encounters: Intellectual and Cultural Exchanges, 1900-1950.
      • S.K. Manickam (2012, november 14). Racial imaginings in Post-colonial Malaya: New Technologies and Indigenous blood in the 1950s. IZO: Interdisziplindres Zentrum f|r Ostasienstudien; Interdisciplinary Centre for East Asian Studies, Goethe University of Frankfurt am Main, IZO Colloquium Lecture Series 2012-13.
      • S.K. Manickam (2012, juni 7). Practices of Science and Knowledge of the Indigenous in British Malaya and Malaysia. University of Hong Kong, Inter-Asian Connections III: Hong Kong.
      • S.K. Manickam (2011, september 15). Meanings of Indigeneity in Malaysia: Looking at the Present and the Past. University of Vienna, Austria, German Anthropological Association (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Völkerkunde, DGV/GAA) , Plenary Assembly III. Wa(h)re Rechte – Zur Politik der Kulturellen Rechte / The Politics of Cultural Rights.
      • S.K. Manickam (2011, november 17). "Beyond Bengal" and "Bring 'Em Back Alive", Film Screening introduced by Sandra Khor Manickam, Tim Barnard. NUS Museum, NUS Museum Talk & Film Screening Series.
      • S.K. Manickam (2011, december 1). Uncertain identities: A 19th-century anthropologist’s observations on indigeneity. National University of Singapore, 13th Malaysia-Singapore Forum, “Nation-State and Development in the 21st Century”.
      • S.K. Manickam (2011, december 5). Researching and Writing Race: Differences in Approaches. National University of Singapore, Religion Research Cluster Graduate Student Workshop: Religion, culture and Representation.
      • S.K. Manickam (2011, mei 27). Constructing Indigenous Peoples in Malay and English: Translation and the Transmission of Ideas in the Malay Peninsula. Goethe University of Frankfurt am Main, Invited Talk.
      • S.K. Manickam (2010, oktober 8). A Russian in Malaya: Nikolai Miklouho-Maclay’s Malaya Expeditions (November 1874 – October 1875) and the Early Anthropology of Orang Asli. Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore, ARI-MBRAS Lecture.
      • S.K. Manickam (2010, januari 22). The Science of Race and Colonial Conditions in Malaya. Australia National University, Canberra, International Conference: Race, Encounters, and the Constitution of Human Difference in Oceania.
      • S.K. Manickam (2010, juni 5). Counting Aboriginal Bodies in Malaya: Colonial government, the census and the protection of aborigines. National University of Singapore, 21st Conference of the International Association of Historians of Asia IAHA.
      • S.K. Manickam (2010, december 10). Racial Gradations and Blurred Boundaries: The “Sakai”-“Malay” Continuum in Colonial British Malaya. Australia National University, 16th Malaysia and Singapore Society Colloquium: Power and Change in Malaysia and Singapore.
      • S.K. Manickam (2014, juli 9). Invited speaker at Kamingespräche (Fireside Talks). Frauennetzwerk, Normative Orders Excellence Cluster of the Goethe University of Frankfurt, Part of a series of talks by women academics about their career and motivation.
      • S.K. Manickam (2017). Racial Science and Human Diversity in Colonial Indonesia, by Fenneke Sysling [Bespreking van het boek Racial Science and Human Diversity in Colonial Indonesia]. The Journal of Pacific History, 52(2), 244-246.
      • S.K. Manickam (2015). Temiar Religion 1964–2012: Enchantment, Disenchantment and Re-enchantment in Malaysia’s Uplands by Geoffrey Benjamin (review) [Bespreking van het boek Temiar Religion 1964–2012: Enchantment, Disenchantment and Re-enchantment in Malaysia’s Uplands]. Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, 88(2), 161-165.
      • S.K. Manickam (2013). Moderator for Panel on Malaysian Literature Forum, The role of Malay literature in Southeast Asian Studies in Europe. Frankfurt Book Fair 2013: (2013, oktober 10).
      • S.K. Manickam (2013). Chaired talk: Working and Living Together: Realities of Life for Africans in Asia and Asians in Africa, Lectures by Katy Lam, University of Lausanne and Heidi Østbø Haugen, University of Oslo. AFRASO Lecture Series: Goethe University of Frankfurt am Main (2013, mei 7).
  • Lecturer

    University
    Erasmus University Rotterdam
    School
    Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication
    Department
    Department of History
    Country
    The Netherlands
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    Assistant Professor

    University
    Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
    Department
    History
    Country
    Singapore

    Junior Professor (WI)

    University
    Goethe University of Frankfurt am Main
    Department
    Southeast Asian Studies
    Country
    Germany
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    Additional Information
    Managing Editor under Editor Paul Kratoska.
    Role
    Managing Editor
    Start Date
    Dec/2015

    Positions: East Asia Cultures Critique

    Role
    Editorial Board
    Start Date
    Jun/2017

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Burg. Oudlaan 50 3062 PA Rotterdam

Postal address

Postbus 1738 3000 DR Rotterdam