Curriculum Vitae

DR. VILASHINI SOMIAH

Senior Lecturer
  • Gender Studies
    Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
  • 60379675479

BIOGRAPHY


 

Vilashini Somiah is an anthropologist who is a senior lecturer at the Gender Studies Programme at Universiti Malaya. She received her Ph.D. from the National University of Singapore, an MA from Ohio University, an MRes from Universiti Malaya, and a BA from the Universiti Malaya. She maintains a keen interest in underrepresented narratives of women, migrants, and Borneans living in the interiors. She co-edited “Revisiting Covid-19 in Malaysia: Plight and perseverance” (UM Press, 2023) and “Sabah from the Ground: The 2020 Elections and the Politics of Survival (SIRD/ISEAS, 2021). Her first single authored book, “Irregular Migrants and the Sea at the Borders of Sabah, Malaysia: Pelagic Alliance'' (Palgrave Macmillan, 2022) won the ACUM (The Universiti Malaya Award for Outstanding Achievement) for the best Social Science book of 2022 and has received favourable reviews internationally. Outside of academia, she writes ethnographic articles on the local socio-political landscape.

To learn more about Dr. Somiah and her work, please visit https://www.vilashinisomiah.com


 

 

 

AREAS OF EXPERTISE


  • HUMAN & MORE-THAN-HUMAN RELATIONSHIPS
  • ETHNOGRAPHY
  • GENDER AND SEXUAL MINORITIES ; MASCULINITY
  • SABAH STUDIES
    Marginalisation & Mobility
  • MINORITY GROUPS
    Irregular migrants and Indigenous communities in Borneo

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION


  • PhD (Southeast Asian Studies), (Pengajian Asia Tenggara)
    National University of Singapore
  • MA (Southeast Asian Studies), (Southeast Asian Studies)
    Ohio University, Athens, Ohio
  • MA (Media Studies), (Media Studies)
    Universiti Malaya (UM)
  • BA (Hons)(MediaStud), (Media Studies)
    Universiti Malaya (UM)

ADMINISTRATIVE DUTIES


  • Committee Members
    01 Oct 2022 - 31 Dec 2023 (Gender Studies, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences)
  • Project Leader
    01 Jul 2022 - 30 Jun 2023 (Gender Studies, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences)
  • Editor-in-chief of Faculty e-bulletin - PULSE
    01 Jul 2020 - 30 Jun 2022 (Gender Studies, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences)

MEMBERSHIPS


  • THE INDO-PACIFIC CIRCLE, MEMBER
    2022 to 2024 (International)
  • ASSOCIATION FOR ASIAN STUDIES, ACTIVE MEMBER
    2019 to 2020 (International)

AWARD AND STEWARDSHIP


  • CSDR Exchange Academic Fellowship
    Council for Strategic and Defense Research (CSDR), 2024 (International)
  • Best Book Publication 2022 (Humanities and Social Sciences)
    Universiti Malaya, 2023 (University)
  • Indo Pacific Circle Capstone Research Award
    Centre for Policy Research , 2022 (International)
  • ANUGERAH PERKHIDMATAN CEMERLANG TAHUN 2022 (2022 EXCELLENT SERVICE AWARD)
    Universiti Malaya , 2022 (University)
  • Anugerah Pensyarah Muda Cemerlang 2020 (Outstanding Young Lecturer Award 2020)
    Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, UM, 2021 (University)

PUBLICATIONS


Article in Journal
  1. Somiah,V. (2021). The Sea is Indigenous Land Too: Negotiating Presence and Rights of Indigenous Maritime Communities in Sabah, Malaysia. SOJOURN
Scopus
  1. Agyemang D., Somiah V., Ying Hooi K. (2024). Divine Mandates and Political Realities: Exploring Power, Religion, and Transition in the Gambia, Africa Spectrum. . doi:10.1177/00020397241230565
  2. Low B.Y.H., Somiah V., Nie K.S. (2023). The Right to Cyberbully? A Gendered Analysis During COVID-19 in Malaysia, Jurnal Komunikasi: Malaysian Journal of Communication. 39(3), 292-312. doi:10.17576/JKMJC-2023-3903-16
  3. Padzil R.B., Somiah V. (2023). "Leaderless" resistance? An anatomy of female leadership in Orang Asli grassroots movements, Wacana. 24(2), 328-354. doi:10.17510/wacana.v24i2.1166
  4. Idrus R., Chua L., Bala P., Buadaeng K., Egay K., Leepreecha P., Lumenta D., Man Z., Mitot K., Paredes O., Thambiah S., Somiah V. (2022). Views from the Ground: Reflections on Studying Indigeneity in Southeast Asia, Sojourn. 37(1), 113-127. doi:10.1355/sj37-1e
  5. Loh B.Y.H., Somiah V., Ali S. (2022). Shame and shamelessness: Changing discourses in Najib Razak s social media campaign, SEARCH Journal of Media and Communication Research. 14(3), 41-57
  6. Somiah V. (2022). The Sea is Indigenous 'Land' Too: Negotiating Presence and Rights of Indigenous Maritime Communities in Sabah, Malaysia, Sojourn. 37(1), 85-112. doi:10.1355/sj37-1d
Books
  1. Somiah, V. & Ariffin, N. D. M. (2023). Revisiting Covid-19 in Malaysia: Plight and perseverance. Universiti Malaya Press.
  2. Somiah, V. (2021). Irregular Migrants and the Sea at the Borders of Sabah, Malaysia: Pelagic Alliance (Migration, Diasporas and Citizenship) (1st ed. 2021 ed.). Palgrave Macmillan.
  3. Welsh, B., Somiah, V. & Loh, B.Y.H., Sabah From The Ground: The 2020 Elections and the Politics of Survival, ISEAS: Singapore (2021)
Chapter in Books
  1. Ariffin, N. D. M. & Somiah, V. (2023). Malaysia: Pandemic recovery amidst the new normal .In V. Somiah & N. D. M. Ariffin (Eds.). Revisiting Covid-19 in Malaysia: Plight and perseverance. Universiti Malaya Press
  2. Somiah, V. & Ariffin, N. D. M. (2023). The pandemic in retrospect: Self-determination and agency. In V. Somiah & N. D. M. Ariffin (Eds.). Revisiting Covid-19 in Malaysia: Plight and perseverance. Universiti Malaya Press
  3. Somiah, V. (2023). Romance Through Digital Avatars: Online Courtship, Representation and Catfishing Amongst Irregular Female Migrants in Sabah. In Loh, B.Y.H. & Chin, J. (Eds.) New Media in the Margins: Lived Realities and Experiences from the Malaysian Peripheries (pp. 67-90). Singapore: Springer Nature Singapore.
  4. Somiah, V., Baltazar, M. A., & Wong, Y. V. (2023). Discovering from the margins: Migrant mothers and Covid-19 vaccines in Sabah. In V. Somiah & N. D. M. Ariffin (Eds.). Revisiting Covid-19 in Malaysia: Plight and perseverance. Universiti Malaya Press
  5. Somiah, V. & Jalil, A., Incessant Political Narratives: Perilous Migrants and the Treacherous East Welsh,B., Somiah, V., Loh, B.Y.H. (eds.), Sabah From The Ground: The 2020 Elections and the Politics of Survival (ISEAS: Singapore, 2021)
  6. Somiah, V., Usman, M.R., & Baltazar, A. (2021). Remembering the undocumented of Sabah in a panicked Malaysia. In Baysa-Barredo, J.M., Khoo, Y. H. & Wiratraman, H.P. (Eds.) Southeast Asia, Infected and Interrupted: Elevating Critical Voices on the State of Human Rights and Peace in the Time of COVID-19. SHAPE-SEA.
  7. Welsh, B., Loh, B.Y.H., Somiah, V. (2021). Sabah after the Covid-19 Election Aftermath: Beyond New (and Old) Political Alignments. In Welsh, B., Somiah, V., Loh, B.Y.H. (Eds.) Sabah From The Ground: The 2020 Elections and the Politics of Survival. ISEAS: Singapore.
  8. Welsh, B., Loh, B.Y.H., Somiah, V., Introduction: Sabah goes to the Polls, Welsh, B., Somiah, V., Loh, B.Y.H. (eds.), Sabah From The Ground: The 2020 Elections and the Politics of Survival (ISEAS: Singapore, 2021)
Other Publications
  1. Somiah, V. (2024). Gendering The Indo-Pacific Conversation. (Policy Brief). Council for Strategic and Defence Research.https://csdronline.org/upload/user/CSDR_IndoPac_Vilashini_Somiah_.pdf - Policy Paper
  2. ASEAN Regional Study on Women, Peace and Security. (2021, March). ASEAN. https://asiapacific.unwomen.org/en/digital-library/publications/2021/03/asean-regional-study-on-women-peace-and-security - Policy Paper
  3. Loh, B.Y.H., Somiah, V., The right to cyberbully?, Malaysiakini, May 2021. - Mass Media(Newspaper,Radio,Tv,Popular Magazine)
  4. Somiah, V. & Sto. Domingo, J.R, (2021) Sabah s Unrelenting Exclusionary And Inclusionary Politics (RSIS Working Paper, no. 334) S. Rajaratnam School Of International Studies: Singapore - Technical Report
  5. Somiah, V. (2020, September 15). What Is the MA63? And Why it Is Important to Sabah and Sarawak. https://newnaratif.com/comic/what-is-ma63/. - Mass Media(Newspaper,Radio,Tv,Popular Magazine)
  6. Somiah, V., Usman, M., & Baltazar, A. (2020, March 22). Remembering Sabah's undocumented in a panicked Malaysia. Malay Mail. Retrieved from https://www.malaymail.com/news/what-you-think/2020/03/22/remembering-sabahs-undocumented-in-a-panicked-malaysia-vila-somiah-michelle/1848908 - Mass Media(Newspaper,Radio,Tv,Popular Magazine)

RESEARCH PROJECT


National
  1. 2023 - 2025, University Grant
    Child Trafficking: The Exploitation of Children in Malaysia ( Co-Researcher)
  2. 2023 - 2025, University Grant
    Affective Polarization in Malaysia: Perils and Implications ( Co-Researcher)
  3. 2022 - 2024, Others MOHE - Top 100 (IIRG)-SAH
    WP3: Understanding Women?s Narratives and Strengthening Women?s Participation and Empowerment in Economic Development ( Principal Investigator(PI))
  4. 2023 - 2024, University Grant
    The Mental Health Struggles And Other Survival Issues Of Indigenous, Rural Sabahans Post Covid-19: A Gendered Analysis ( Principal Investigator(PI))
  5. 2019 - 2023, Others MOHE - Top 100 (IIRG)-HWB
    Dis/empowering Socio-cultural, Religious And Legal Aspects Towards Early Diagnosis Of Cancer Among Urban B40 Women ( Co-Researcher)
  6. 2020 - 2023, RU Geran - Fakulti Program
    Activism, Technology And Politics ( Co-Researcher)
  7. 2020 - 2023, RU Geran - Fakulti Program
    The Interdisciplinary Medical Humanities Book Project ( Principal Investigator(PI))
  8. 2020 - 2021, FSSS Book Grant
    Pelagic Alliance: Irregular Migrants and Sea at the Borders of the Malaysian State of Sabah (Book Project) ( Principal Investigator(PI))
Private
  1. 2022 - 2023, TAYLOR'S FSLM SEED FUNDING
    A study on Mental Health Struggles of Indigenous LGBTQ Sabahans During Covid-19 (FSLM-SEED/1/2022/SCM/001), Taylor's University ( Co-Researcher)
International
  1. 2022 - 2026, International Funding
    Narratives Of Progress In An Urbanizing And Ageing Neighbourhood ( Co-Researcher)
  2. 2022 - 2026, Henry Luce
    SEANNET Collective: Neighborhood network, focus on Seremban, Singapore Institute of Management, Singapore ( Co-Researcher)
  3. 2022 - 2024, International Funding
    Crisis And Coalescence: Flashpoints For Inter-asia Cultural Studies ( Co-Researcher)
  4. 2023 - 2024, International Funding
    Research On Migrant Agricultural And Domestic Workers In Sarawak, Malaysia ( Principal Investigator(PI))
University
  1. 2020 - 2021, Private Funding
    Pelagic Alliance: Irregular Migrants And Sea At The Borders Of The Malaysian State Of Sabah ( Principal Investigator(PI))

PAPER PRESENTED


PLENARY SPEAKER
  1. Writing an Ethnography of Trauma and Resilience from Maritime Southeast Asia: Reflections from a Dyslexic Researcher, MALAYSIA-BRUNEI FORUM 2023, FASS, Universiti Malaya (International) (13 Dec 2023 - 13 Dec 2023)
INVITED SPEAKER
  1. Indigenous Cultures and the Media, Gender, Sexuality and Media, University of Nottingham, Malaysia (International) (06 Dec 2023 - 06 Dec 2023)
  2. Melahirkan Keberanian (Giving Birth to Fearlessness): Overcoming Intergenerational Trauma in the Sabah Trans Woman Activist Movement. , Feminist and Queer Youth Activism in Asia: Identity Performance and Cultural Politics in Contemporary Mobilization, The New York Southeast Asia Network (NYSEAN) (International) (10 Nov 2023 - 11 Nov 2023)
  3. ONGOING DISCOURSES IN NUSANTARA MIGRATION & MOBILITIES: MARITIME BASED LESSONS FROM MALAYSIA, International Symposium on the 50th Anniversary of ASEAN-Japan Friendship and Cooperation- Mobilities among ASEAN and Japan: Its Future and How We Shape It, Japan Foundation (International) (25 Jul 2023 - 26 Jul 2023)
  4. Kami Urang Sini (We Are from Here ): Agency Across Equivocal Space, Standards of Decision-Making Across Cultures Guest Lecture Series , Friedrich-Alexander-Universit t Erlangen-N rnberg (International) (24 Apr 2023 - 24 Apr 2023)
  5. Movement: In, Between, and Beyond Myanmar and Malaysia, 2022 Inter-Asia Cultural Studies (IACS) Society Summer School, Inter-Asia Cultural Studies Association and Universiti Malaya (International) (17 Aug 2022 - 17 Aug 2022)
  6. The View from Southeast Asia: Building Shared Values of Equity, Indo Pacific Circle Chennai Residency , Indo Pacific Circle (International) (23 Jul 2022 - 27 Apr 2023)
  7. Water as Indigenous territory, Indigenous Peoples in Southeast Asia, UCLA Department of Asian Languages and Cultures (International) (20 Apr 2022 - 20 Apr 2022)
  8. Gender and Migration in Southeast Asia,, Roundtable on Gender and Migration in Southeast Asia, National University of Singapore (International) (22 Mar 2022 - 22 Mar 2022)
  9. Romance Through Digital Avatars: Online courtship, representation and catfishing amongst irregular female migrants in Sabah, Brunei-Malaysia Forum 2021, Universiti Brunei Darussalam (International) (14 Sep 2021 - 15 Sep 2021)
  10. Women in leadership: Achieving an equal future in a COVID-19 world, UNFPA Malaysia s Special Presentation commemorating International Day of Women 2021 (IWD 2021), United Nations Population Fund (International) (08 Mar 2021 - 08 Mar 2021)
  11. Race and Ethnicity in Sabah, Wacana tentang Kajian Etnik, KITA, UKM (National) (05 Jan 2021 - 05 Jan 2021)
  12. The East Coast Swing, Sabah State Election Primer: Borneo Goes to Polls, University of Nottingham (International) (10 Sep 2020 - 10 Sep 2020)
  13. King Makers/King Breakers: Anthropological Perspectives on Sabah and Sarawak Politics , XPLORE: The International Young Scholars Xchange, Centre of Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS) (International) (03 Dec 2019 - 08 Dec 2019)
PRESENTER
  1. An Interrogation of Sabah Through Anthropological Lenses, Malaysian Studies Beyond 2020: Crossing Disciplines and Rethinking Critical Approaches, FASS, UM (National) (30 Nov 2020 - 02 Dec 2020)
  2. Imagined Affinity, Veridical Effects: An exploration of Taiwan s ancillary impact on network and survival amongst irregular migrants living in Sabah, Malaysia, International Workshop on Culture Politics in Taiwan, National Chung Hsing University (International) (15 Nov 2019 - 19 Nov 2019)
OTHERS
  1. Governance and Strong Institutions, SDGs for Indigenous Peoples Stakeholder and Expert Roundtable on the Mapping Report, JEFFREY CHEAH INSTITUTE ON SOUTHEAST ASIA (JCI) (International) (20 Nov 2020 - 21 Nov 2020)

ACADEMIC/PROF. SERVICES


Evaluation
  1. (2023) Proposal Defence for Elchin Huseynov The Question of The National Identity of Azerbaijanis: 1991-2021, University, (Reviewer)
  2. (2023) Proposal Defence for Iris Ng Pei Yi "Institutional Role of Temple in Cultural Sustainability of Chinese Hokkien Potehi in Malaysia", University, (Reviewer)
  3. (2022) Yunhuan Tan - Inheritance and Innovation of Minorities Traditional Art in Sichuan Province, China Through Digital Media Design - Taking Yi Traditional Arts as An Example, University, (Reviewer)
  4. (2022) Maria Hani Mustaffa - Knowledge Management Framework Application in Improving The Quality of Orang Asli S Education in Perak., University, (Reviewer)
  5. (2022) Hao Zhang - Using Social Media for Adhd Education and Advocacy: a Case Study of Mental Health Influencer Dr. Ned Hallowell, University, (Reviewer)
  6. (2022) Christina Chin - Public Perception of E-Cigarettes and Vape (Ecv); User Health Belief Model (Hbm) Perception of Ecv in The Klang Valley; and Stakeholder Recommendations: a Gender Analysis, University, (Internal Examiner)
  7. (2022) Meiqing Shao - The Changes of China S National Images in Foreign News Media and Online Public Opinion from 2018 to 2021, University, (Reviewer)
  8. (2022) Yifei Dong- The Implementation of Government Regulation: a Crisis Communication Study Under Covid-19 Pandemic, University, (Reviewer)
  9. (2021) Examiner for Ma (English)- Dalia Ahmed Elhashmi Idris Mohamed Ahmed, University, (Internal Examiner)
  10. (2021) Internal Examiner Phd- Iffat Ali Aksar, University, (Internal Examiner)
  11. (2020) IFFAT ALI AKSAR (AVA170050) - SOCIAL MEDIA NEEDS, SOCIAL CAPITAL, AND PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEING AMONG WOMEN IN PAKISTAN, (Panelist)
  12. (2020) Reviewer for East Asia: An International Quarterly (Journal) , (Reviewer)
  13. (2019) eTropic special issue on: 'Environmental Artistic Practices and Indigeneity: In(ter)ventions, Recycling, Sovereignty', (Reviewer)
  14. (2019) Sivagamavalli Selvarajan (RGK140001) - THE INFLUENCE OF FOURTH WAVE FEMINISM ON THE FEMALE ODISSI DANCERS IN MALAYSIA, (Panelist)
Contribution to external organisation
  1. (2023) To Guest Lecture, Organise Writing Clinic, Joint Publication With Faculty Members., International, (Adjunct/Visiting Professors)
  2. (2023) Visiting Professorship, International, (Adjunct/Visiting Professors)
Contribution to event
  1. (2021) A Talk On How to Participate and Contribute to Gendered Policy Making for Young Malaysian Women, National, (Panelist/Moderator)
  2. (2021) Panelist At National Level Talk - Language & National Unity, National, (Panelist/Moderator)
  3. (2021) Panelist for National Forum- Sabah S Covid-19 Responses, National, (Panelist/Moderator)
  4. (2021) Panelist At Talk, National, (Panelist/Moderator)
  5. (2021) Speaker At Workshop, National, (Panelist/Moderator)
Media appearance
  1. (2023) Step Up and Speak Out for Fat People, National, (Interview)
  2. (2023) Fat People Need More Acceptance, Less Judgement, National, (Interview)
  3. (2023) UM Mental Health Study On Nabawan Residents, National, (Interview)
  4. (2023) Consider This: Public Transport (Part 3) - Gender-Segregated Coaches, Safer Commutes?, National, (Interview)
  5. (2023) "Research On Rural Sabah Entrepreneurs Impacted by Covid-19", National, (Interview)
  6. (2023) "Consider This: Social Media | Empowerment or Furthering Marginalisation?", National, (Interview)
  7. (2023) Radio Interview "What Should (or Shouldn'T) Lecturers Do to Get Their Students to Class", National, (Interview)
  8. (2023) Gender Studies Teaches Us to Believe in Equality, for a More Respectful, Caring, Equal Society, National, (Interview)
  9. (2023) Cna Insight 2022/2023 - Lahad Datu: The Sabah-Sulu Conflict, International, (Interview)
  10. (2023) The Discourse: Education for All, National, (Interview)
  11. (2022) International Day for The Elimination of Violence Against Women, International, (Panelist/Moderator)
  12. (2022) Getting The Lay of The Land in Sabah, National, (Interview)
  13. (2022) How Would Malaysia Be Different If Ma63 Were Honoured?, National, (Interview)
  14. (2022) Indo Pacific Voices - #Ep16 Gender is Crucial: Migration in Southeast Asia, International, (Host)
  15. (2022) Book Review: Voices from The Sulu Sea, National, (Interview)
  16. (2022) Book Review | Sabah's Irregular Migrants Straddling Two Worlds, National, (Interview)
  17. (2022) Sabah's Stateless: Who Are Malaysia's Invisible People? | Cna Insider, International, (Interview)
  18. (2022) We Speak of Naughty Things : The Hidden Lives of Migrant Women: Gtlf Apple Podcast and Vlog, International, (Interview)
  19. (2022) Book Review - Migrants and The Sea At The Borders of Sabah, Malaysia: Pelagic Alliance, National, (Interview)
  20. (2021) Interview, Perpaduan Kaum Harus Terus Utuh, Rtm, Sept 2021, National, (Interview)
  21. (2021) Interview, Sabah from The Ground: The 2020 Elections & The Politics of Survival, Bfm, April 2021., National, (Interview)

SUPERVISION


Postgraduate Student
PhD/ Doctoral
  1. (2023) Attitudes about fathers as active and engaged parents in Malaysia, SABRINA ARIPEN
  2. (2023) Deconstructing Malaysian Men's Emotional Intimacy in Male-to-Male Friendships, CHRISTINE MARYANNA GABRIEL
  3. (2023) SAFEGUARDING MIGRANT MOTHERS IN SABAH’S PALM OIL PLANTATIONS, MARY ANNE K BALTAZAR
  4. (2023) INDONESIAN UNDOCUMENTED CHILDREN OF MIGRANTS IN MALAYSIA, YULIANA NUR SAMAD LIA
  5. (2023) HYBRIDITY AND THE QUEST FOR SELF-ACTUALIZATION: ARAB WOMEN IN THE SELECTED WORKS OF AHDAF SOUEIF, FADIA FAQIR AND LEILA ABOULELA, GALAL ABDULGABAR AHMED AL-MOHAMMEDI
  6. (2023) The Role of Mothers and Fathers in Nationality Selection Among Japanese–Singaporean Mixed-Race Children in Singapore, KAYOKO MATSUMURA
  7. (2023) MALAYSIAN PUBLIC, USERS AND STAKEHOLDERS' PERCEPTION OF E-CIGARETTES AND VAPE (ECV): A GENDER ANALYSIS, CHRISTINA CHIN
  8. (2023) POSITIONING ANALYSIS OF NEW MOTHERS NARRATIVE IN THE TRANSITION BACK-TO-WORK AFTER CHILDBIRTH, WONG YEE VON
  9. (2023) Intergenerational Conceptions of Power among Rural Women and Girls and its Effects on the Imaginative Power of Adolescent Girls in The Gambia, DANIELLE AGYEMANG
  10. (2020) HETEROSEXUAL MALAYSIAN MEN S SOCIAL CONNECTEDNESS WITH OTHER MEN: THE INTERSECTIONALITY OF ETHNICITY AND RELIGION, Christine Maryanna a/P Gabriel
  11. (2019) Social Integration Among Japanese Singaporean Mixed-Race Children in Singapore: Ethnicities and Gender, Kayoko Matsumura
  12. (2019) Positioning Analysis of New Mothers Narrative in the Transition Back-to-work After Childbirth, WONG YEE VON
Master
  1. (2023) Narrative Analysis of Gender Roles, Financial Autonomy, and Health Priority Among Those with Cancer in Urban Poor Families in Selangor, NOOR HUSNA BINTI AHMAD TOHA

TEACHING


Master
  1. (2022) AQD7003 - Feminist and Gender Theories
  2. (2022) AQD7006 - Gender Issues in Contemporary Society
  3. (2022) AQD7009 - Gender, Migration and Diaspora
  4. (2022) AQD7014 - Gender, Traditional Local Knowledge and Community Engagement
  5. (2022) AQD7001 - Methodology and Gender Studies
Bachelor
  1. (2022) AIO1004 - Gender and Development
  2. (2022) AIO3010 - Gender and Sexuality
  3. (2021) AIX3001 - Ethics and Professionalism in Social Sciences
  4. (2020) AZEA2306 - Gender, Science and Technology
  5. (2019) AZEA3306 - Seksuality and Gender

SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ACTIVITIES


  • Speaker for The "Mapping Gaps and Pathways Towards Gender Equality in Citizenship" Academic Dialogue., (23 Sep 2022 - 23 Dec 2022) (National)
  • Modul Supervision for ‘Gender Mainstreaming in Advocacy’ During The 'Ndi National Workshop With Youth Csos'., (15 Sep 2022 - 15 Sep 2022) (National)
  • Interview, “Consider This: Ph Plus - Playing The Sabah Card?',” Bernama News Channel, (26 Sep 2020 - 26 Sep 2020)
  • Interview, “#Ltsk: Sabah Bangkit – More Than Youth Anthem?” Astro Awani, (19 Sep 2020 - 19 Sep 2020)
  • Interview, “Tea With Tehmina - Episode 20 - Educating Sabah'S Stateless Children,” Bernama News Channel, (17 Aug 2020 - 17 Aug 2020)
  • Interview, “Consider This: Ph Plus - Playing The Sabah Card?',” Astro Awani, (29 Jun 2020 - 29 Jun 2020)
  • Interview, “Consider This: Kimanis by-Election - 'Down to The Wire',” Astro Awani, (17 Jan 2020 - 17 Jan 2020)