Reconciling Mobility and Nationality: Singapore’s New Citizenship Project

October 12, 2011 Vancouver, BC

Jean Michel Montsion, Assistant Professor of International Studies at York University’s Glendon College, will give a talk entitled “Reconciling Mobility and Nationality: Singapore’s New Citizenship Project” as part of APF Canada’s Brown Bag Lunch series on October 12, 2011 at 12:00PM in Vancouver. The informal discussion will address Singapore’s marketing strategy as a “gateway” between East and West and its impact on the formation of the city-state’s citizenship practices. For more information please contact Ms. Nabila Pirani, Post-Graduate Research Fellow, at nabila.pirani@asiapacific.ca

Add to Calendar 10/12/2011 07:00 America/Vancouver Reconciling Mobility and Nationality: Singapore’s New Citizenship Project

Jean Michel Montsion, Assistant Professor of International Studies at York University’s Glendon College, will give a talk entitled “Reconciling Mobility and Nationality: Singapore’s New Citizenship Project” as part of APF Canada’s Brown Bag Lunch series on October 12, 2011 at 12:00PM in Vancouver. The informal discussion will address Singapore’s marketing strategy as a “gateway” between East and West and its impact on the formation of the city-state’s citizenship practices. For more information please contact Ms. Nabila Pirani, Post-Graduate Research Fellow, at nabila.pirani@asiapacific.ca

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