Performing Ideal Femininity and Challenging Stigma in Singapore Malay Dance: A Case Study of Mak-Mak Menari (Mothers Who Dance). / Mohamed Farid, Muhammad Noramin.

2019. Abstract from 6th Symposium: The ICTM Study Group on the Performing Arts for Southeast Asia (PASEA), Bagan, Myanmar.

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Performing Ideal Femininity and Challenging Stigma in Singapore Malay Dance: A Case Study of Mak-Mak Menari (Mothers Who Dance). / Mohamed Farid, Muhammad Noramin.

2019. Abstract from 6th Symposium: The ICTM Study Group on the Performing Arts for Southeast Asia (PASEA), Bagan, Myanmar.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

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Mohamed Farid, MN 2019, 'Performing Ideal Femininity and Challenging Stigma in Singapore Malay Dance: A Case Study of Mak-Mak Menari (Mothers Who Dance)', 6th Symposium: The ICTM Study Group on the Performing Arts for Southeast Asia (PASEA), Bagan, Myanmar, 16/07/20.

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Mohamed Farid, M. N. (2019). Performing Ideal Femininity and Challenging Stigma in Singapore Malay Dance: A Case Study of Mak-Mak Menari (Mothers Who Dance). Abstract from 6th Symposium: The ICTM Study Group on the Performing Arts for Southeast Asia (PASEA), Bagan, Myanmar.

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Mohamed Farid MN. Performing Ideal Femininity and Challenging Stigma in Singapore Malay Dance: A Case Study of Mak-Mak Menari (Mothers Who Dance). 2019. Abstract from 6th Symposium: The ICTM Study Group on the Performing Arts for Southeast Asia (PASEA), Bagan, Myanmar.

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Mohamed Farid, Muhammad Noramin. / Performing Ideal Femininity and Challenging Stigma in Singapore Malay Dance: A Case Study of Mak-Mak Menari (Mothers Who Dance). Abstract from 6th Symposium: The ICTM Study Group on the Performing Arts for Southeast Asia (PASEA), Bagan, Myanmar.

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