Selected Publications

Mohammed Ariff, Comment on “Economic Reforms in the Aftermath of Regime Change in Malaysia”, Asian Economic Policy Review, 11 February 2020.

Abdul Kareem, Mohamed Ariff. (2020). Covid-19 Saga and Economic Impact. IF Hub, 3 (September 2020), pp. 12-24.

Crispin Bates, ‘Indian Overseas Migrants in the Colonial Era: exploring the origins and contribution of 19th century Indian labourers’, Spotlight on Research, vol. 5. Sunway University, Dec. 2020.

Crispin Bates and Marina Carter, ‘Trust in the Indian Labour Diaspora’. Journal of Migration History 7, no. 2 (23 August 2021): 143–69. 

Crispin Bates and Marina Carter, ‘Kala Pani Revisited: Indian Labour Migrants and the Sea Voyage’. Journal of Indentureship 1, no. 1 (2021): 34–62.

Crispin Bates, 'Representations and Misrepresentations of the Colonial South Asian Diaspora', in Brinsley Samaroo, Primnath Gooptar, Kumar Mahabir (eds.), Global Indian Diaspora: charting new frontiers (vol I), London: Routledge, 2021. 

Crispin Bates and Marina Carter,  ‘Remigration of Indian Subalterns in the Colonial Indian Ocean’. Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History 22, no. 1 (2021). 

Crispin Bates and Marina Carter (eds.), Mutiny at the Margins: New Perspectives on the Indian Uprising of 1857: Documents of the Indian Uprising. New Delhi: Sage: 2017).

Marina Carter ‘Slavery, Ethnicity, and Identity in the Indian Ocean Colonial World: A Case Study of ‘Indian’ Slaves on Mauritius’ in Schrikker & Wickramasinghe eds Being a Slave, Leiden UP 2020

Marina Carter ‘Representation and Memorialization of the Experiences of Women in Indenture’ in S.D.Bhat ed. Beyond Trishanku: Diaspora Poetics and Homing in South Asian Women’s Writing, Lexington Books, Maryland USA, 2018.

Mageswari R., Shida I.O., and Badaruddin M. (2019, February). ‘Word-of-mouth in marketing: A case study of Airbnb’. Paper presented at the 1st International Symposium on Festival & Celebrations, Penang, Malaysia.

Mageswari R. (2019, January). ‘Insight of repurchase intention of Airbnb among travelers: The role of electronic word-of-mouth’. Paper presented at the 6th International Conference On Innovative Strategies for Revolutionizing the Businesses, Penang, Malaysia.

Agamuthu Pariatamby, Paul S. M. Devadoss et al, ‘Strategies for reducing greenhouse gas emissions from municipal solid waste management in Pakistan’. Waste Management and Research, 1–14, 2021.

Agamuthu Pariatamby and H.J. Law, ‘Do We Need Landfills?’. Waste Management & Research. Oct. 2020

Pariatamby, A, Bhatti, MS, Hamid, FS, Sustainable Waste Management Challenges in Developing Countries. IGI Global: 2020.

Ramayan, S. (2016). The representation of Aghora in an Indian movie: A thematic content analysis of Bala’s Naan Kadavul. The Journal of Macrotrends in Social Science. Volume 1, Issue 1, ISSN2471-2752: 74-81. 

Ramayan, S. (2013). The representation of female heroic role in an Indian movie: A thematic content analysis on Ramakrishna Arundhati. Presented at the International Conference on Communication, Film and Media Studies. France: Paris.

Thwaites H., Delas Santano D., Human Esmaeili H., Siang See Z.. (2019). A Malaysian Cultural Heritage Digital Compendium, in Digital Applications in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage. 

Thwaites, H., Santano, D. (2019). ‘Multi-Screen Installation of the Malaysian Folklore Stories’. PNC 2019 Annual Conference and Joint Meetings Regionality and Digital Humanities: South-South Connections, 15-18 October, 2019. IEEE Xplore.

Harold Thwaites, Zi Siang See, Delas Santano, Matthew Sansom, Chi How Fong (2018). ‘Tomb of a Sultan: A VR Digital Heritage Approach’. Proceedings of the Digital Heritage 2018 3rd International Congress & Expo.

Wong, Fiona E Chiong; & Yousof, G. S. (2019). ‘A visual analysis of the Hanuman Kera Putih Puppet in Wayang Kulit Kelantan.’ Malaysian Journal of Performing and Visual Arts, 5, 29–43.

Wong, E. Chiong Fiona; & Yousof, Ghulam-Sarwar. (2018). ‘The visual elements in the pohon beringin figure of the Kelantan shadow play.’ Malaysian Journal of Performing and Visual Arts, 4(1), 63–78.




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