Research Output per year
From Manila, Philippines, Anjeline de Dios is a cultural geographer researching the intersections of migration, mobilities, creative/cultural labour, ethnography, and music. She completed her bachelors and masters degrees in philosophy and applied ethics (BA & MA Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines; Erasmus Mundus MA in Applied Ethics, Linköping University, Sweden), and holds a PhD in Geography from the National University of Singapore. Prior to joining the Department of Cultural Studies, she was a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore. She is co-editor (with Lily Kong) of The Elgar Handbook Geographies of Creativity (Edward Elgar, forthcoming 2019), and is working on a booklength manuscript based on her ethnographic dissertation on the labour geographies of overseas Filipino musicians. Parallel to her academic work, Anjeline is also a chant performer who writes and collaborates with artists and facilitators in contexts of improvisational performance (jazz, dance, sound art), and community meditation.
Music, sound, performance, labour, embodiment, mobilities, migration, creative industries, cultural geography, ethnography
book review Social Sciences
migrant Social Sciences
musician Social Sciences
overseas Social Sciences
labor Social Sciences
music Social Sciences
Philippines Social Sciences
migration Social Sciences
YOON, S. R., DE DIOS, A. & CASTILLO BAUTISTA, R., 1 Jun 2019.
Research output: Other Conference Contributions › Conference Paper (other) › Other Conference Paper › peer-review
Book review : Tropical Renditions : making musical scenes in Filipino America by Christine Bacareza BalanceDE DIOS, A., 1 Aug 2017, In : Southeast Asian Studies. 6, 2, p. 381-384 4 p.
Research output: Journal Publications › Review article › Book review