Hurriyah is a lecturer and currently Head of Undergraduate Program in Department of Political Science Universitas Indonesia. Previously, she was a researcher in Center for Political Studies Universitas Indonesia while she was also an expert staff of Commission II of Justice and Prosperous Party House of Representative Republic of Indonesia. In 2010, she obtained scholarship from Asia Europe Institute to continue her study in ASEAN studies at University of Malaya, Malaysia. She wrote about civil society and consolidation of Indonesian democracy for her final thesis.
- Indonesian politics,
- Southeast Asian politics,
- Democratization studies,
- Islam politics
Singka, Valina, Hurriyah, and Evida Kartini, Politics of Human Rights in ASEAN:
From Rhetoric to Institutionalization, Depok: Department of Political Science, 2014
Hurriyah, “Preparing Campaign Strategy” in Sutjipto, Ani. et. al.
A Guideline for Women Legislature Candidate for 2014 General Eection,
Jakarta: The Asia Foundation and PUSKAPOL UI, 2014
Hurriyah, “The Role of Islamic Civil Society in Consolidating Indonesian Democracy”,
Jurnal Maarif, Vol 8, No.2, 2013
Hurriyah, “Civil Society and Democratic Consolidation in Indonesia: Problems and Challenges,
in Thomas J.Conners, Frank Dhont, Mason C.Hoadley, Adam D.Tyson (eds),
Social Justice and Rule of Law: Addressing the Growth of a Pluralist Indonesia Democracy,
International Conference Book Series 3, Yale Indonesia Forum and Dipenogoro University, 2012