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Zarine L. Rocha

Managing Editor
Current Sociology and the Asian Journal of Social Science

Zarine L. Rocha is the Managing Editor of Current Sociology and the Asian Journal of Social Science. She has a PhD from the National University of Singapore, an MSc from the London School of Economics and Political Science, and a BA from the University of Canterbury, New Zealand. She has worked at the United Nations Research Institute for Social Development, the United Nations Environment Programme and the World Economic Forum.

Areas of Research / Professional Expertise

    Issues of “mixed race”/mixed ethnic identity, race and ethnicity, narratives of belonging, multiculturalism, and social conflict in Singapore and New Zealand.  

    Publications include:
    Rocha, Z. L. (2018). “Narrative Enquiry and Analysis: Exploring Narratives of Identity and Mixed Race in Singapore”, SAGE Research Methods Cases, Part 2.

    Rocha, Z. L. and M. Webber (2018). “Introduction: Situating mixed race in New Zealand and the world” in Mana Tangatarua: Mixed heritages, ethnic identity and biculturalism in Aotearoa/New Zealand, Rocha, Z. L. and M. Webber (eds.), London: Routledge.

    Rocha, Z. L. and A. Wanhalla (2018). “A history of “mixed race” in Aotearoa/New Zealand” in Mana Tangatarua: Mixed heritages, ethnic identity and biculturalism in Aotearoa/New Zealand, Rocha, Z. L. and M. Webber (eds.), London: Routledge.

    Rocha, Z. L. and F. Fozdar (2017). “Introduction: Mixed Race in Asia” in Mixed Race in Asia: Past, Present and Future, Z. L. Rocha and F. Fozdar (eds.), London: Routledge.

    Rocha, Z. L. (2017). “Eurasian as Multiracial: mixed race, gendered categories and identity in Singapore” in Mixed Race in Asia: Past, Present and Future, Z. L. Rocha and F. Fozdar (eds.), London: Routledge.

    Rocha, Z. L. (2016). “Narratives of belonging and not belonging: Chinese/European “mixed” identities in Aotearoa/New Zealand”, in Kirsten McGavin and Farida Fozdar (eds.), Mixed Race Identities in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands, London: Routledge

    Rocha, Z. L. (2014). Stretching out the categories: Chinese/European Narratives of Mixedness, Belonging and Home in Singapore, Ethnicities, 14(2): 279-302.

    Rocha, Z. L. (2013). Destabilizing “Half-caste” in New Zealand and “Eurasian” in Singapore, Asian American Literary Review, 4(2) Special Issue on Mixed Race, Fall 2013.

    Rocha, Z. L. (2012). “Identity, dislocation and belonging: Chinese/European narratives of ‘mixed’ identity in Aotearoa/New Zealand”. Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power, 19(6): 673-690.

    Gabriel, S. P., Gomez, E. T. & Rocha, Z. (2012). “Between Policy and Reality:  Multiculturalism, the Second Generation, and the Third Space in Britain”.  Asia Europe Journal, 10(4): 267-285.

    Rocha, Z. (2012). “(Mixed) Racial Formation in Aotearoa/New Zealand: Framing biculturalism and ‘mixed race’ through categorization”.  Kotuitui: New Zealand Journal of Social Sciences, 7(1): 1-13.

    Rocha Z. (2012). “Multiplicity within Singularity: Racial Categorization and Recognizing ‘Mixed Race’ in Singapore”.  Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs, 30(3): 95-131.

    Rocha, Z. (2010). “Mixed Messages, Mixed Memories, Mixed Ethnicity: mnemonic heritage and constructing identity through mixed parentage”.  New Zealand Sociology, 25(1): 75-99.

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