Space and the urban environment

  • Vineeta Sinha, “Methodological Musings: Trawling Singapore’s Urban Religious Landscapes”, in Tim Bunnell and Daniel P.S. Goh (eds.), Urban Asias: essays on futurity past and present, pp. 263-277 (Jovis, 2018)
  • Rodolph de Koninck, Singapore’s permanent territorial transformation: fifty years in fifty maps (NUS Press, 2017) – Together with an earlier work (de Koninck 2008, listed below), these two atlases chronicle the physical geographical changes of Singapore in great detail. It is an important resource for looking at the rapid and total physical urbanization of the island. 
  • Han Heejin, “Singapore, a garden city: Authoritarian environmentalism in a developmental state”, The Journal of Environment & Development, 26(1): 3-25 (2017)
  • Matthew Schneider-Mayerson, “Some Islands Will Rise: Singapore in the Anthropocene”, Resilience: A Journal of the Environmental Humanities, 4(2-3): 166-184 (2017)
  • Bruno Wildermuth, “Singapore has Become a City for Cars, not People”, Singapore @ 50: Reflections and Observations, special issue of Commentary, 24: 15-21 (2015)
  • Lai Chee Kien, Through the Lens of Lee Kip Lin: Photographs of Singapore 1965-1995 (Editions Didier Millet, 2015)
  • Geh Min, “500 Shades of Green”, Singapore Challenged: The Uneasy and Unchartered Road Ahead, a special issue of Commentary 23: 72-81 (2014)
  • Kenneth Er and Leon Chee Chiew, “Singapore’s City in a Garden: 50 Years of Greening”, The Idea of Singapore, a special issue of Commentary, 22: 104-113 (2013)
  • Ho Hua Chew, “Wild Greenery for Nature Conservation in Singapore”, The Idea of Singapore, a special issue of Commentary, 22: 94-103 (2013)
  • E.L.E. Ho, C.Y. Woon, C.Y. and K. Ramdas (eds.), Changing Landscapes of Singapore (NUS Press, 2013) – Provides an overview of social, cultural and political issues in Singapore and analyses these in relation to space, place and other geographical concepts
  • Wong Hong Suen, Singapore Through 19th Century Paintings and Prints (National Museum of Singapore; Editions Didier Millet, 2010)
  • Jason Toh, Singapore Through 19th Century Photographs (Editions Didier Millet, 2009)
  • Rodolph de Koninck, Singapore: an atlas of perpetual territorial transformation (NUS Press, 2008) 
  • Brenda Yeoh and Theresa Wong, Over Singapore 50 Years Ago: An Aerial View in the 1950s (Editions Didier Millet, 2008)
  • Cheah Jin Seng, Singapore: 500 Early Postcards (Editions Didier Millet, 2006)
  • Brenda S. A.Yeoh, Contesting space in colonial Singapore: Power relations and the urban built environment (NUS Press, 2003)
  • Vineeta Sinha, “Merging different sacred spaces: enabling religious encounters through pragmatic utilization of space?”, Contributions to Indian Sociology, 37(3): 459-494 (2003)
  • Gretchen Liu, Singapore: A Pictorial History 1819 – 2000 (Archipelago Press; National Heritage Board, 1999)
  • Marjorie Doggett, Characters of Light (Donald Moore, 1957)
  • T.H.H. Hancock, Architecture in Singapore (Singapore Art Society; Institute of Architects of Malaya, 1954)