Diversity Officer, Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication
August 2017 - Present.
Interview for documentary on Malaysian history textbooks, R.AGE, the Star Newspaper
BFM 89.9: The Business Station
TAMING THE WILD | Sandra Khor Manickam, Historian | Ahmad Fuad Rahmat, Projek Dialog | Sharaad Kuttan, BFM 89.9
"This week we host historian Sandra Khor Manickam to discuss her thoughts on the historical construction of Malay and Indigenous identities and the lessons they still hold for us today."
The Star Newspaper, Book Review "Taming the Wild"
6 March 2016
Assessor for National Archives of Singapore donation drive
12 March 2016
Channel News Asia, "Vice & Virtue: 1800s Singapore"
Administration in 2015-2016
Managing editor, Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society (JMBRAS), under editor Paul Kratoska (2015 - Present)
Undergraduate Coordinator (August 2015- August 2016), History Programme, NTU, Singapore
Admissions coordinator with Els van Dongen (November 2014-July 2015), History Programme, NTU, Singapore
Internship programme development for the History Programme, NTU, Singapore
Library collection development, HSS Library, NTU, Singapore
Administration in 2014
Co-organiser of the 1st International Conference of AADUN-AFRASO, Crystal Crown Hotel, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia. 11-13 March 2014
Co-participant in Operation "Tropical Adventure", Winter 2013
Volunteered to undertake a book salvaging trip to the Royal Tropical Institute (KIT, Koningklijk Instituut voor de Tropen) Netherlands. For more information, see Tropical Adventure
MATRADE Research Attachment Programme coordinator, Summer 2013-September 2014
AFRASO Principal Investigator, February 2013-September 2014
AFRASO, Africas Asian Options, is an interdisciplinary and transregional research project funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) in the two area studies centres of ZIAF(Center for Interdisciplinary African Studies) and IZO(Interdisciplinary Centre for East Asian Studies), both based at the Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main. Principal Investigator (with Mamadou Diawara) in Project "Trade networks and migration" Sub-project: Limkokwing University of Creative Technology, Malaysia: educational entrepreneur in Lesotho, Botswana and Swaziland
IZO Member of the Board of Directors, February 2012-September 2014
IZO (Interdisziplindres Zentrum f|r Ostasienstudien; Interdisciplinary Centre for East Asian Studies) is a multi-disciplinary academic institution at Goethe University Frankfurt. The aim of research and teaching at the IZO is to study the modern cultures and societies of China, Japan, Korea and South East Asia, as well as their historic roots, from the combined perspectives of a variety of disciplines.
Frankfurt Book Fair roundtable
10 October 2013
Bernama, "Malaysian Professor Sharpens Malaysia Focus At Frankfurt University's Southeast Asian Dept", Manik Mehta
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