M.Soc.Sci, National University of Singapore
Irna Nurlina is currently working on cities and urbanisation in Southeast Asia, with a focus on Jakarta, and was previously attached to the 'Future of Cities: Imagining the New Diversity' project. She completed her Master's Degree in Political Science at the National University of Singapore (NUS). Her research interests include comparative immigration policy and state-society relations in Asia, with a focus on Indonesia, Japan, and Singapore, the impact of digital technology on movement and identity, and knowledge production. She photographs landscapes and structures as well as everyday life, and de-stresses through crafting and (re)watching really good films. She hopes to be a polyglot one day.
- Master of Social Sciences in Political Science, National University of Singapore
- Bachelor of Social Sciences (2nd Uppers) in Political Science, National University of Singapore