Dr. George Baylon Radics is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Sociology at the National University of Singapore. He also received his PhD from the Department. He currently teaches Law in Society, selected topics in Law and Justice, Social Thought and Social Theory, and Sociology of Emotions. His interests are law and minorities, sociology of the law, criminal law, sociology of emotions, postcolonial studies, and Southeast Asia.
After receiving his doctorate, Radics studied law at the University of Washington, where he obtained his law degree with a concentration in Asian law. Radics served as a research attorney at the Supreme Court of Guam for two years after graduating from law school. His interests are law and minorities, sociology of the law, sociology of emotions, postcolonial studies, and Southeast Asia.
- Profile of Dr. George Baylon Radics, National University of Singapore's Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences (FASS) staff profile.
- George Baylon Radics, "Challenging antisodomy laws in Singapore and the former British colonies of ASEAN", Journal of Human Rights, Volume 20, 2021 - Issue 2: ASEAN and Human Rights Governance.
- George Baylon Radics, "Decolonizing Singapore's Sex Laws: Tracing Section 377a of Singapore's Penal Code", Columbia Human Rights Law Review, Vol. 45, No. 1, 2013, 15 December 2013,.