Migrant Workers Habitats in Singapore – assignment by students of SE3216 (Semester 2, AY2013/2014)

As part of their assignment, students of the module SE3216 Migration and Diaspora in Southeast Asia went around Singapore to visit and take photos of migrant workers’ places of congregation and leisure activities in Singapore.

A mapped collection of photos taken by the students are available for viewing here.

About SE3216 Migration and Diaspora in Southeast Asia

This module seeks to understand the complex trajectories, meanings, and outcomes of human mobility in Southeast Asia during the modern period.  The main topics of this module include migration patterns and diasporic identities, cosmopolitans and hybrids, political and cultural minorities, as well as displacement and refugees.  Readings and discussion will include both theoretical approaches to these topics as well as empirical and ethnographic case studies.