Dk Dr. Noor Hasharina Pg Hj Hassan

hasharina.hassan@ubd.edu.bn

Lecturer, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

     

Dk Noor Hasharina Pg Hj Hassan is a lecturer in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Universiti Brunei Darussalam. She was previously Postdoctoral Visiting Research Fellow at the Department of Geography at King’s College London and a Visiting Scholar at the East West Centre, Hawaii. Her research falls under the umbrella of urban landscape and consumption where her current research interests includes: retail and consumption dynamics; housing development; landscape studies; sustainable development and welfare.

She is currently Deputy Director of the Office of AVC (Research) and Head of Borneo Studies Network Secretariat Office, UBD.

EDUCATION

B.A Universiti Brunei Darussalam, Brunei
M.A. University of Southampton, United Kingdom
PhD University of Southampton, United Kingdom

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Retail and Consumption, Urban Culture and Housing Issues, Place and Landscape Studies, Sustainable Development

FUTURE PROJECTS

Teraja Ecotourism Development Project: Facilitating Sustainable Growth.


Applications Invited

Poverty and Changing Livelihoods in Brunei


Applications Invited

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Yong, G.Y.V. and Noor Hasharina H.H. Strategies for Ecotourism: Working with Globalisation. Southeast Asia: A Multidisciplinary Journal, 8: 35-52.2008.

King, Victor.T; Zawawi Ibrahim & Noor Hasharina Hassan. (Eds). Borneo Studies in History, Society and Culture. Springer. 2017.

Noor Hasharina Hassan. ‘Everyday Finance and Consumption in Brunei Darussalam.’ in Borneo Studies in History, Society and Culture. Springer. 2017

Noor Hasharina Hassan & Yong. G.Y V. A Vision Where Every Family has Basic Shelter. National and Regional Approaches to the Sustainable Development Goals in Southeast Asia and ASEAN. Singapore: Brill (2019).

AKM Ahsan Ullah, Siti Mazidah Haji Mohamad, Noor Hasharina Hassan & Diotima Chattoraj. (Forthcoming) Global Skill Deficiency: Does Southeast Asia gain or lose? Asian Education and Development Studies Journal (Scopus). (Paper Accepted).

TOP PUBLICATIONS

Hassan, Noor Hasharina. Housing Matters: The Value of Home Ownership in Brunei Darussalam. Working Paper No. 36. Gadong: Institute of Asian Studies, Universiti Brunei Darussalam 2017.

King, Victor.T; Zawawi Ibrahim & Noor Hasharina Hassan. (Eds). Borneo Studies in History, Society and Culture. Springer. 2017.

Yong, G.Y.V. and Noor Hasharina H.H. Strategies for Ecotourism: Working with Globalisation. Southeast Asia: A Multidisciplinary Journal, 8: 35-52.2008.

GRANT DETAILS

Co-Researcher: ‘Skill Mobility from ASEAN Countries: A Cost Benefit Analysis’. 1 April 2018 - 30 March 2020, FIC Research Grant. Funding: $30,502.00

PI: Millennial Muslims’ Consumption Culture and Identity of Malay Muslim Millennial in Brunei, Malaysia and Indonesia. $5720.00, July 2018

Co-Researcher: Teraja Ecotourism Development Project: Facilitating Sustainable Growth.

PI: Reconstructing the Geography and Landscapes Of Brunei through History

PI: Poverty Alleviation in Brunei Darussalam.

RESEARCH OUTPUTS (PATENTS, SOFTWARE, PUBLICATIONS, PRODUCTS)

Yong, G.Y.V. and Noor Hasharina H.H. Strategies for Ecotourism: Working with Globalisation. Southeast Asia: A Multidisciplinary Journal, 8: 35-52.2008.

King, Victor.T; Zawawi Ibrahim & Noor Hasharina Hassan. (Eds). Borneo Studies in History, Society and Culture. Springer. 2017.

Noor Hasharina Hassan. ‘Everyday Finance and Consumption in Brunei Darussalam.’ in Borneo Studies in History, Society and Culture. Springer. 2017

Hassan, Noor Hasharina. Housing Matters: The Value of Home Ownership in Brunei Darussalam. Working Paper No. 36. Gadong: Institute of Asian Studies, Universiti Brunei Darussalam 2017.

Noor Hasharina Hassan & Yong. G.Y V. A Vision Where Every Family has Basic Shelter. National and Regional Approaches to the Sustainable Development Goals in Southeast Asia and ASEAN. Singapore: Brill (2019).

AKM Ahsan Ullah, Siti Mazidah Haji Mohamad, Noor Hasharina Hassan & Diotima Chattoraj. (Forthcoming) Global Skill Deficiency: Does Southeast Asia gain or lose? Asian Education and Development Studies Journal (Scopus). (Paper Accepted).

Others:
Noor Hasharina Hassan & Gabriel Y.V. Yong. Borneo Transport Infrastructure: What is Delaying Development?. International Tourism Conference and Exhibition (ITCE) 2018 “Tourism and Heritage: The ASEAN and Borneo Context”, UBD, Brunei Darussalam. January 2018. – awaiting book chapter publication.

Noor Hasharina Pg Hassan & Gabriel Y.V. Yong. Cultural Value of Bakuts in Kampong Ayer, Brunei Darussalam. 14th International Borneo Research Council Conference 2018: Translating the Past, Envisioning the Future. UNIMAS, Kuching, Sarawak. 6-8 August 2018 – Awaiting Conference Organizer for paper submitted.

Gabriel Yong & Noor Hasharina Pg Hassan. Reconstructing the 10th-14th Century Geography of Limau Manis, Brunei Darussalam. 14th International Borneo Research Council – Conference 2018: Translating the Past, Envisioning the Future. UNIMAS, Kuching, Sarawak. 6-8 August 2018. – Awaiting Conference Organizer for Paper Submitted

Noor Hasharina Hassan & Gabriel Y.V. Yong. Poverty Alleviation in Brunei Darussalam. Challenges of Governance for Innovation, Resilience and Sustainability: ASEAN and EU – Looking toward the Global Goals 2030, Groningen Research Centre for Southeast Asia and ASEAN, Brussels, Belgium 29 October-31st October 2018.

CONSULTANCY

Yes, provide consultancy.

Industry, Institute, or Organisation Collaboration

Head, Office of Secretariat (UBD), Borneo Studies Network

Research Associate, Institute of Asian Studies, UBD

Editorial Board Committee Member, Asia in Transition IAS-UBD Springer Book Series

Joint Appointee, Institute of Asian Studies, UBD (2013-2018)

AUN Culture and the Arts Thematic Committee (March 2018)

Visiting Research Scholar at the Geography Department of King’s College London, UK. (2015)

Visiting Scholar at the East West Centre, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA (2014)

SOCIAL, ECONOMIC, or ACADEMIC BENEFITS

Contribute towards the creation of information on Brunei, Borneo and Asian Studies.