Department of Anthropology
|Degree Name||Group/Major Subject||Board/Institute||Country||Passing Year|
|Ph.D.||Sociology and Social Anthropology||University of Tampere||Finland||2010|
|Masters||Master of Social Science (majoring Sociology)||University of Tampere||Finland||2000|
|Bachelor||Bachelor of Social Sciences (majoring Sociology)||University of Tampere||Finland||1997|
|Title||Organization||Location||From Date||To Date|
|Associate Professor||University of Dhaka, Department of Anthropology||Dhaka, Bangladesh||17, Jul 2016|
|Associate Professor||Jagannath University, Department of Anthropology||Dhaka, Bangladesh||13, Aug 2015||16-07-2016|
|Assistant Professor||Jaganath University, Department of Anthropology||Dhaka, Bangladesh||02, Oct 2012||12-08-2015|
|Assiatant Professor||Eastern University, Faculty of Business Administration||Dhaka, Bangladesh||12, Feb 2011||01-10-2012|
|Lecturer (part time)||Lahti University of Applied Sciences, Faculty of Business Studies||Lahti, Finland||30, Jan 2006||31-05-2008|
|Research Associate||BRAC, Research and Evaluation Division (RED)||Dhaka, Bangladesh||01, Jul 2000||30-06-2002|
|Subject||Description||Research Interest (Goal, Target Indicator)|
|Fundamentalism in the Era of Globalization||Since 1990s the term 'globalization' has been able to pay attention from the academics, politicians and the others concerned. As to the academicians in this field 'globalization' has both negative and positive impacts on societies. It means that globalization synchronizing the both good and bad in the human society. As a fast moving developing country participation of Bangladesh in the process of globalization is eye catching. Recent history shows that in Bangladesh religious fundamentalism has been seen in many cases as the by product of globalization given birth to many barbaric attack in Dhaka and some other areas in the country. However, anthropological research in this field is still limited. Therefore, tracing the reasons and impetus of fundamentalism in the era of globalization and in the context of Bangladesh would be able to save lives of the people and build a safe society as well. My future research interest in this specific area in many senses would serve the country and its people.|
|Urban Anthropology||Urbanization process is a burning issue in the developing countries and it is estimated that by the year 2050 most of the world's population will be urban among which the majority number would reside in the developing countries. Therefore, researching the issues like health, sanitation, employment and other human related phenomena in urban locale would be essential for the anthropologists all around the world. In fact, research in human related issues in urban locale in Bangladesh would benefit the country and its people with regard to all aspects. With this in mind, one of my future research interests in urban anthropology will make good sense in my academic career as well as to serve my country.|
|Level of Study||Title||Supervisor||Co-Supervisor(s)||Name of Student(s)||Area of Research||Current Completion|
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|Subject||Project Name||Source of Fund||From Date||To Date||Collaboration|
|Disaster Communication||Coastal Risk and Disaster Reporting||Self||30-05-2021||Md. Juel Mia, University of Dhaka; Mamunor Rashid, Khulna University; Nadia Rahman, Bangladesh University of Professionals|
|Medical Anthropology||Front Fighters during COVID-19||Self||22-12-2020||Nahida Sultana Kazi, Department of Community Medicine, Dhaka Medical College|
|Legal Anthropology||Virtual Court in Bangladesh during COVID-19||Self||07-10-2020||Md. Mofazzal Hossain, Department of Law, Jagannath University|
|Disaster Anthropology||Graffiti on COVID-19||Self||01-10-2020||Md. Juel Mia, Institute of Disaster Management and Vulnerability Studies, University of Dhaka|
|Medical Anthropology||Response to COVID-19 Symptoms||Self||03-08-2020||04-04-2021||Nahida Sultana Kazi, Department of Community Medicine, Dhaka Medical College|
|Economic Anthropology||Life Struggles, Livelihood Dynamics, and Management Strategies of Marginal People During COVID-19||Self||01-07-2020||Md. Juel Mia, Institute of Disaster Management and Vulnerability Studies, University of Dhaka|
|Linguistic Anthropology||Study on Sadri Language||Self||01-06-2020||05-07-2021||Mohammad Sharif Ul Islam, Department of Information Science and Library Management, University of Dhaka|
|Human Rights Violation During Election||Joint Actions to Prevent Election-Related Violence against Women and Religious and Ethnic Minorities in Bangladesh: Context 11th National Election 2018||NETZ Bangladesh||10-11-2018||15-02-2019||Md. Riaz Khan, University of Liberal Arts; Anichha Parvin Jolly, Jahangirnagar University; Md. Juel Mia, University of Dhaka|
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|SL||Collaboration & Membership Name||Type||Membership Year||Expire Year|
|No Collaboration & Membership is found|
Shahedul Halim Kazi Making Ends Meet: Entrepreneurship in a Bangladeshi Village. Tampere: Tampere University Press, 2010 .
Shahedul Halim Kazi and Khalid Jubaer : Youth Gangs in Uttrara: Urban Anthropology Perspective, The Journal of Social Studies , no.160 , pp.17-28 , 2018 .
Shahedul Halim Kazi : Livelihood Diversification in Rural Bangladesh: Economic Anthropology Perspective, Bangladesh Journal of Political Economy , vol.34 , no.1 , pp.635-646 , 2018 .
Shahedul Halim Kazi : Necessity Entrepreneurship: Contexts of Rural Bangladesh, Man and Culture , vol.3 , no.1 , pp.38-49 , 2017 .
Shahedul Halim Kazi : Understanding Entrepreneurship with Particular Spatial Characteristics: A Case Study at the Grassroots, Asian Studies: Jahangirnagar University Journal of Government and Politics , no.34 , pp.81-91 , 2015 .
Shahedul Halim Kazi : Diversification into Petty Business: A Case Study from a Bangladeshi Village, The Journal of Social Studies , no.142 , pp.17-42 , 2014 .
Md. Ashaduzzaman and Shahedul Halim Kazi : Factors Affecting Cosmetic Products Buying Behavior: A Bangladesh Case, International Journal of Consumer Research , vol.2 , no.1 2013 , pp.20-36 , 2013 .
Shahedul Halim Kazi : Livelihood of Street Vendors in a Peripheral Town of Naogaon District in Bangladesh, The Journal of Rural Development , vol.43 , no.1 , pp.81-100 , 2020 .
Shahedul Halim Kazi and Md. Juel Mia : Street Vending during COVID-19: A View from Dhaka City, Journal of Sociology , vol.11 , no.1 , pp.105-122 , 2020 .
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