Asep Darmini

Asep Darmini

Asep Darmini holds a PhD in Media and Communication from the Centre for Cultural and Media Policy Studies, University of Warwick UK. His doctoral project was fully funded by the Indonesian Endowment Fund for Education (LPDP), Ministry of Finance Republic of Indonesia. He has considerable experience in teaching and researching the topics of internet and digital ethnography, digital inequality, and digital disconnection. Currently, he is working as a Lecturer at the Communication Department, Bina Nusantara University, Jakarta, Indonesia.


2022 (Co-author with Dwitya Amry). Post-COVID recovery: Scratching the surface of ‘millennial’ start-ups. The Jakarta Post, 26 March 2022

2021 (Co-author with Dwitya Amry). LPDP overseas scholarship needs rethinking. The Jakarta Post, 1 December 2021

2020 Indonesian religious leaders must be more active in communicating messages about the pandemic. The Conversation, 2 April 2020

2019 Nadiem, modernization and Islamization of education. The Jakarta Post, 22 November 2019


2022 Hijab Photo Editor: the Presentation of Edited Religious-Self on Instagram Story. Draft Under Review for Convergence: the International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies special issue on Digital Expressions of the Self

2022 Religious Education in Transition: Internet and the Public Sphere in the Indonesian Islamic Boarding Schools (Pondok Pesantren) Book Proposal for Routledge Research in Media Literacy and Education