REM is a multidisciplinary forum for Yale-NUS faculty, staff, and students interested in intersecting issues of race, ethnicity, migration, and mobility to share their research with each other, receive feedback and encouragement, and potentially develop collaborative research and teaching projects.
The REM group also works closely with Yale University’s Center for the Study of Race, Indigineity and Transnational Migration (RITM) to build faculty and student bridges between the two institutions around these issues.
REM Faculty Members (and their research interests):
Neinke Boer (Indian Ocean Studies, Indenture, Slavery, Empire, African Literatures) (ExCo 2018)
Yi’En Cheng (Higher Education, Youth, Citizenship, (Im)mobilities, Class/Gender)
Trisha Craig (ExCo 2018)
Nancy Gleason (Migration, Globalisation, Inequality, Higher Education, Mobility Networks)
Gretchen Head (Early Modern Mobilities, Mediterranean Studies, Trans-Saharan Studies, Arabic/Islamic Studies)
Yibei Liu (Job Dynamics, Task Dynamics, Global Production Networks)
Anju Paul (Migrant Domestic Workers, Scientist Migration, Family Migration, Feminization of Migration, Labor Migration) (ExCo 2018)
Shin Eun Jin (Ethnic Neighborhoods, Immigrants, Segregation, Mobilities)
Robin Zheng (Philosophy of Race, Implicit Bias, Structural Injustice, Racial Inequality)
For more information about how each of our faculty members’ research connects to REM, go to Our People