Ninnet Ongartthaworn

Job title
Communications Intern

Holder of Bachelor of Economics from Nagoya University, Japan, and currently a master's student in Global Markets, Local Creativities (GLOCAL), an interdisciplinary Erasmus Mundus International Master jointly taught by Erasmus University Rotterdam’s Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication, together with University of Glasgow, Scotland, and University of Barcelona, Spain.

My research interests include urban history and heritage, globalisation, and creative and cultural industries. As a second-year master's student residing in Rotterdam, I am working on my master's thesis on multilingualism in the city of Tokyo's linguistic landscape in relation to its urban transformations and diversity and inclusion policy, to which I aim to explore and apply a variety of research methods, in particular making more use of online tools and source.

Ninnet Ongartthaworn