Peer-reviewed Journal Articles
Danicar, M.; Yeoh, BSA and Cheng, YE (2017) Crossing borders of state and religious power: reproductive mobilities in Singapore. Asia Pacific Viewpoint, 58, 2, 203-215.
Cheng, YE (forthcoming) Educated non-elites’ pathways to cosmopolitanism: the case of private degree students in Singapore, Social & Cultural Geography. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14649365.2016.1266026
Cheng, YE (2016) Critical geographies of education beyond ‘value’: moral sentiments, caring, and a politics for acting differently, Antipode, 48, 4, 919-936.
Cheng, YE (2016) Learning in neoliberal times: private degree students and the politics of value coding in Singapore, Environment and Planning A, 48, 2, 292-308.
Cheng, YE (2015) Biopolitical geographies of student life: private higher education and citizenship life-making in Singapore, Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 105, 5, 1078-1093.
Cheng, YE; Yeoh, BSA and Zhang, J (2015) Still ‘breadwinners’ and ‘providers’: Singaporean husbands, money, and masculinity in transnational marriages, Gender, Place & Culture, 22, 6, 867-883.
Cheng, YE (2014) Time protagonists: student migrants, practices of time, and cultural construction of the Singapore-educated person, Social & Cultural Geography, 15, 4, 385-405.
Cheng, YE (2014) Telling stories of the city: walking ethnography, mobile encounters, and affective materialities, Space and Culture, 17, 3, 211-223.
Yeoh, BSA; Chee, HL; Vu, TKD and Cheng, YE (2013) Between two families: the social meaning of remittances for Vietnamese marriage migrants in Singapore, Global Networks, 13, 4, 441-458.
Cheng, YE (2012) Transnational masculinities in situ: Singaporean husbands and their international marriage experiences, Area, 44, 1, 76-82.
Chapters in Books/Edited Volumes
|Cheng, YE (2016) Learning to labour in Singapore: cultural politics of education and human capital formation, in Tatek, A. and Waters, J. (eds) Labouring and Learning, Vol. 10 of Skelton, T. (ed) Geographies of Children and Young People, Singapore, Springer. DOI: 10.1007/978-981-4585-97-2_11-1.|
|Yeoh, BSA; Huang, S and Cheng, YE (2015) Transnational domestic work and the politics of development, in Coles, A.; Gray, L. and Momsen, J. (eds) The Routledge Handbook of Gender and Development, London, Routledge, pp. 298-308.|
|Yeoh, BSA and Cheng, YE (2013) Singapore: from post-colonial plural society to globalizing city-state, in P. Spoonley and E. Tolley (eds) Diverse Nations, Diverse Responses: Approaches to Social Cohesion in Immigrant Societies, Canada, McGill-Queen’s University Press, pp. 193-214.|
|Yeoh, BSA and Cheng, YE (2013) Family migration, in I. Ness and P. Bellwood (eds) Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration, US, Wiley-Blackwell.|
Cheng, YE (forthcoming) Passing through Shanghai: Ethnographic Insights into the Mobile Lives of Expatriate Youths, By Marie Sander, Reviewed in Children’s Geographies. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14733285.2017.1365483
Cheng, YE (2014) Geographies of alternative education: diverse learning spaces for children and young people, By Peter Kraftl, Reviewed in Children’s Geographies, 12, 3, 369-370.
Cheng, YE (2011) Translocal geographies: spaces, places, connections – By Katherine Brickell and Ayona Datta, Reviewed in Localities, 1, 261-266.
Cheng, YE (2017) Is private higher education in Singapore a ‘second chance option? Channel News Asia. 17 September.
Manuscripts in Progress
Educational friction among Singapore’s private degree students: striated routes, transitions velocity, and value recuperation. To be considered for Special Issue in Journal of Intercultural Studies. (submitted)
Introduction: “Aspiring mobiles”: youth im/mobilities in the Asia-Pacific (with Shanthi Robertson and Brenda Yeoh). Editorial work for Special Issue in Journal of Intercultural Studies. (proposal accepted)
Introduction: Theorizing citizenship in higher education: students as agents of change? (with Mark Holton). Editorial work for Special Issue in Area. (proposal accepted)
Singaporean Youths. In Karen Wells (ed) Encyclopedia on Teen Lives. ABC-CLIO. [Invited]
Liberal arts in Asia: the cases of Mainland China, Hong Kong, and Japan. To be included as a chapter in Diversity and Intercultural Engagement, Centre for Teaching and Learning, Yale-NUS College.