Hanna A Rauf
Hanna is an urban researcher with an MSc in Building and Urban Design in Development from the Bartlett Development Planning Unit, University College London. She graduated from the University of Sheffield, UK with a Bachelor of Urban Studies under the Department of Urban Studies and Planning. Having a multidisciplinary background, she had conducted research across different contexts – Asia, the UK and Europe. Prior joining NTU, Hanna had undertaken action-oriented fieldwork for Yangon city-wide upgrading on public space and citizenship; explored the effectiveness of community-led total sanitation (CLTS) in addressing open defecation in Cambodia for her undergrad thesis. Her research interest spans across informal urbanism, post-disaster recovery, gentrification and community-based climate change adaptation.