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Book Chapters (5)
Doran, Christine (2013). Dynamic Confucianism in the Sinic World: Nationalism Democracy Postcolonialism. In Jose, J.(Ed.), Not So Strange Bedfellows: The Nexus of Politics and Religion in the 21st Century. Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. (pp. 45-59). 62 4
Doran, Christine (2012). Singapore. In Isakhan, Benjamin and Stockwell, Stephen(Ed.), The Edinburgh Companion to the History of Democracy : From Pre-history to Future Possibilities. Edinburgh, UK: Edinburgh University Press. (pp. 257-267). 37  
Doran, Christine (2008). Philippines. In Herb, GH and Kaplan, DH(Ed.), Nations and Nationalism: A Global Historical Overview. Santa Barbara, California, US: ABC-CLIO. (pp. 1238-1248). 60 1
Doran, Christine (2007). E-Politics in Singapore: The Superhighway to Freedom?. In Pousa, LA, Pim, JE and Arbigay, OC(Ed.), Comunicacion e Xuventude (Communications and Youth). Santiago de Compostela: Professional College of Journalists of Galicia. (pp. 129-142). 89 1
Doran, Christine (1998). White women in colonial contexts: Villains, victims and/or vitiators of imperialism. In Poeze, H and Liem, A(Ed.), Lasting Fascinations: Essays on Indonesia and the Southwest Pacific to Honour Bob Hering. Stein: Yayasan Kabar Seberang. (pp. 99-115). 103 1
Journal Articles (30)
Doran, Christine (2014). Politics, the Net and Gender in Singapore. Review of History and Political Science,2(2). 33  
Doran, Christine (2010). Chinese Palace Eunuchs: Shadows of the Emperor. NEBULA: A Journal of Multidisciplinary Scholarship,7(3):11-26. 145 151
Doran, Christine (2010). The Chinese origins of democracy: Dynamic Confucianism in Singapore. NEBULA: A Journal of Multidisciplinary Scholarship,7(4):47-53. 98 74
Doran, Christine (2008). Book review: Stephenson, The Outsiders Within: Telling Australia's Indigenous-Asian Story. Journal of Northern Territory History,(19):96-97. 48 1
Doran, Christine (2008). Globalization, Dead or Alive?. Globality Studies Journal: Global History, Society, Civilization,July:1-10. 69 3
Doran, Christine (2007). Book Review: De-Coca-Colonization: Making the Globe from the Inside Out by Steven Flusty. Left History: an interdisciplinary journal of historical inquiry and debate,12(2):215-217. 62 1
Doran, Christine (2007). E-Politics in Singapore: The Superhighway to Freedom?. Communicacion e Cidadania: Revista Internacional de Xornalismo (Communication and Citizenship: Social Journalism International Review),3:1-14. 73 1
Doran, Christine (2006). Historicism and anti-colonialism in Singapore. International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences,1(2):93-99. 116 62 Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Doran, Christine (2006). Book Review: The New Individualism: The Emotional Costs of Globalization by Anthony Elliott and Charles Lemert. Communication and Citizenship: Social Journalism International Review,1:1-5. 80 1
Doran, Christine (2006). Bright celestial: Progress in the political thought of Tan Teck Soon. SOJOURN: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia,21(1):46-67. 233 1 Cited 5 times in Scopus5 0
Doran, Christine (2004). Instruments in the hand of God: Missionary women in Malaya, 1815-45. Asian Journal of Women's Studies,10(1):7-24. 117 1
Doran, Christine (2003). The ‘beautiful white devil’: a colonial heroine in Borneo waters. RIMA: review of Indonesian and Malaysian affairs,37(2):67-82. 73 1
Doran, Christine (2003). Adventure Tales, Colonialism, and Alexander Montgomery's Australian Perspective. CLC Web: comparative literature and culture,5(2):1-11. 178 1
Doran, Christine (2003). Book Review: Indonesian Gold by Kerry B. Collison. Borneo Research Bulletin,34:174-175. 56 1
Doran, Christine (2003). Book Review: Women’s Health in Mainland Southeast Asia by A. Whittaker. Asian Studies Review,27(3):411-412. 79 1
Doran, Christine (2002). Gender matters in the Singapore mutiny. SOJOURN: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia,17(1):76-93. 113 1
Doran, Christine and Jose, Jim (2002). Globalization, the Patriarchal State and Women's Resistance in Singapore. Gender, Technology and Development,6(2):215-232. 129 1 0
Doran, Christine (2002). Fantasy as History: The Invention of Cixi, Empress of China. Femspec,3(2):16-30. 137 1
Doran, Christine (2001). Behind the Lines: Women in the History and Literature of the Philippine Revolution. Asian Journal of Women's Studies,7(3):7-30. 124 1
Doran, Christine and Jose, Jim (1999). Riding the tiger of globalisation: international challenges facing Singapore. International Scope Review,1(2):1-26. 63 1
Doran, Christine (1999). Women, Nationalism and the Philippine Revolution. Nations and Nationalism,5(2):237-258. 149 1 Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
Doran, Christine (1998). Women in the Philippine Revolution. Philippine Studies,46(3):361-375. 52 1
Doran, Christine (1998). 'No prentice hand': the novels of Mary Eastwick. South East Asia Research,6(1):49-71. 47 1
Doran, Christine (1998). Confucianism, cultural reform and the politics of identity in Singapore. ASEAN Forum,2(3):18-27. 64 1
Anwar, Sajid and Doran, Christine (1998). Government and economy in Singapore: the case of the electrical goods industry. Scandinavian Journal of Development Alternatives and Area Studies,17(2-3):236-249. 31 1
Doran, Christine (1998). Golden marvels and gilded monsters: two women's accounts of Colonial Malaya. Asian Studies Review,22 (2):175-192. 151 1 0
Doran, Christine (1997). The Chinese Cultural Reform Movement in Singapore: Singaporean Chinese Identities and Reconstructions of Gender. SOJOURN: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia,12(1):92-107. 131 1
Jose, Jim and Doran, Christine (1997). Marriage and Marginalisation in Singaporean Politics. Journal of Contemporary Asia,27(4):475-488. 120 1 3
Doran, Christine (1997). 'Oddly Hybrid': childbearing and childrearing practices in colonial Penang, 1850-1875. Women's History Review,6(1):29-46. 159 1 Cited 2 times in Scopus2 0
Doran, Christine (1996). Global integration and local identities: Engendering the Singaporean Chinese. Asia Pacific Viewpoint,37(2):153-164. 42   Cited 3 times in Scopus3
Conference Papers (2)
Doran, Christine (2003). Gender Matters in the Singapore Mutiny, 1915. In: Adam, A and Meng, LY 16th Conference of the International Association of Historians of Asia, Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia, 27-31 July 2000. 111 1
Doran, Christine (1997). Revolutionary Women in Philippine History and Literature. In: International Conference on Women in the Asia-Pacific Region, Singapore, 11-13 August 1997. 60 1
All Others (3)
Harry, Kathleen (2015). The Brunei Rebellion of 1962. PhD Thesis, Charles Darwin University. 258 1483
Abdul Manaf, Azmah (2008). History of Terengganu 1942-1973 : with special reference to Islam, politics and socio-economic development. PhD Thesis, Charles Darwin University. 96 1552
Farram, Steven (2004). From 'Timor Koepang' to 'Timor NTT': a political history of West Timor, 1901-1967. PhD Thesis, Charles Darwin University. 815 8483