Postdoctoral Fellows

The Centre’s postdoctoral fellows are an international team of early-career researchers with a track record of excellence relative to opportunity. They are pegged as future leaders in the academy.

Dr. Annisa Ridzkynoor Beta
Researcher
annisa.beta@nus.edu.sg
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  Annisa R. Beta earned her doctoral degree from the National University of Singapore in 2018. Her research focuses on youth, social media, and social movements in Southeast Asia.

  She has done work, and published, on the topics of hijabers and young Muslim women’s groups in Indonesia.

Dr. Michelle H. S. Ho
Researcher
michelle.ho@nus.edu.sg
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  Michelle H. S. Ho (pronouns: she, her) is Postdoctoral Fellow and Graduate Student Mentor in the department of Communications and New Media, National University of Singapore (NUS). She holds a Ph.D. in cultural studies and graduate certificate in women’s and gender studies from Stony Brook University (SUNY).

  Her research and teaching focus on affect, gender, sexuality, media, and popular culture in contemporary East Asia.

  More information can be found at: www.michellehsho.com.

Dr. Wilson Koh
Project Manager
cnmkwh@nus.edu.sg
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  Wilson Koh manages the Centre’s communications, outreach, and partnership strategies. He organises large-scale academic conferences and is part of The University of Queensland’s (UQ’s) Future Leaders Program.

  Wilson won UQ’s annual A.E.E Pearse Prize for the best graduate publication in literary/cultural studies twice. His current research projects include a book on new media franchising.

 

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