- Medie- och kommunikationsvetenskap
- Institutionen för kommunikation och medier
Helgonabacken 12, Lund
Box 117, 221 00 Lund
Internpost hämtställe 20
I am a researcher in media studies and visual culture. I have been undertaking a doctoral research in Media and Communication Studies (MKV) at Lund University. This PhD project deals with mediated urban creativity in contemporary Indonesian and Malaysian cities, including its interplay with the notions of identity, space, place, memory and power in Southeast Asian contexts. By combining ethnographic and visual approaches, including the photo-documentation in documentary photography expression, the research draws on qualitative, ethnographic and visual methodologies to explore what people do with media in the context of Southeast Asian urban everyday creativities.
Research interest: the interrelation between media practice and everyday life in cities. The research cover media practice, media and memory studies, documentary photography and film, and creativity in everyday life, especially in Southeast Asian urban contexts.
Böcker (1 st)
- Habibi, Z. (2016). Surrounded by Images and Meanings : Essays on Media and Cultural Studies. Penerbit Komunikasi UII.
Artiklar (3 st)
- Habibi, Z. (2020). Book, craft and vintage suitcase : everyday media practice in creative collectives. Continuum : Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, 34, 117-132. Routledge.
- Habibi, Z. (2017). Participatory as everyday life: from creativity-based initiative to the production of networked space in Southeast Asian cities. Asian Journal of Media and Communication, 1, 123-136.
- Habibi, Z. (2016). Spotify dan tantangan kajian media digital. Remotivi.
Konferensbidrag (7 st)
- Habibi, Z. (2019). “Our community is not commodity” : A visual storytelling of subtle resistance in creative cities.
- Habibi, Z. (2019). The Voice from the Edge : A Digital Ethnography on Experiencing Identity Articulation within Creative Collectives in Indonesia and Malaysia.
- Habibi, Z. (2018). Juxtaposed narrative : The dilemma of cultural memory on display in George Town’s street art.
- Habibi, Z. (2018). Reshaping Organic Space by Creative Collective in George Town, Malaysia.
- Habibi, Z. (2017). Poetics of everyday creativity : The visual articulation on space by the collectives in Bandung, Indonesia.
- Habibi, Z. (2016). City identities and cultural memories : A digital ethnography of the poetics and politics of participatory cultures in Southeast Asian cities.
- Habibi, Z. (2016). Participatory as everyday life : From creativity-based initiative to the production of networked space in Southeast Asian cities.
Recensioner (1 st)
- Habibi, Z. (2018). Islamic Modernities in Southeast Asia. Exploring Indonesian Popular and Visual Culture, by Leonie Schmidt. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde, 174, 538-541. Koninklijk Instituut voor Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde.
Tidningsartiklar (1 st)
- Habibi, Z. (2016). A fever of creativity in Southern Swedish Cities. The Jakarta Post, 22-22.
Övrigt (1 st)
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The complete list of my academic publications can be seen in https://lu.academia.edu/ZakiHabibi
Before joining Lund University as a PhD Fellow in March 2016, I taught at the Department of Communications, Islamic University of Indonesia (UII), Yogyakarta from August 2006 to February 2016, mainly in the field of media and cultural studies. I received my Bachelor degree from the Department of Communications, Gadjah Mada University (UGM), Yogyakarta, Indonesia and obtained my Master of Communications specialisation in Media and Cultural Studies from the School of Communications and Arts, Edith Cowan University (ECU), Perth, Australia.
My teaching roles in Lund University vary in topic and teaching-term, including the student supervision for "SKOC39/KOMC24 Introduction to Research Methods and Academic Writing" in the autumn term 2018 at Helsingborg Campus. I have also taught a few lecture series on the topic of media, popular and visual cultures for "CÖSM25 Contemporary Southeast Asian Societies" at the Centre for East and Southeast Asian Studies in the spring terms from 2018 to 2020.