Department of Peace and Conflict Studies
|Degree Name||Group/Major Subject||Board/Institute||Country||Passing Year|
|Masters||Peace and Development Work||Linnaeus University||Sweden||2015|
|Masters||Peace and Conflict||Dhaka University||Bangladesh||2007|
|Bachelor||Peace and Conflict||Dhaka University||Bangladesh||2006|
|Ph.D.||International Conflict Management||Kennesaw State University, Georgia (Ongoing)||United States||0|
|Title||Organization||Location||From Date||To Date|
|Graduate Research/Teaching Assistant (GTA)||International Conflict Management, Kennesaw State University||Georgia, U.S.A.||04, Jan 2019||Currently Working|
|Graduate Assistant||The Carter Center||Atlanta, GA||26, Jul 2017||10-05-2018|
|Assistant Professor||Dhaka University||Dhaka||15, Sep 2015||Currently Working|
|Lecturer||Dhaka University||Dhaka||29, Feb 2012||14-09-2015|
|Subject||Description||Research Interest (Goal, Target Indicator)|
|ICT for Development (ICT4D), digital humanitarianism|
|Religion, conflict, and reconciliation; identity conflicts, peace process|
|Faith-based and secular INGOs and peacebuilding|
|Digital Mapping tools and peacebuilding, Crowdmap, Ushahidi|
|ICTs/election technology and electoral integrity||Assesses the use of ICTs in four aspects of the electoral process – voter registration, voter identification, election result processing, and publication of results – and test multiple variables to isolate the effect of ICTs on electoral integrity.|
| Gender-Based Violence (GBV), crowdsourcing, and digital activism; conflict transformation||Assesses the promise and failure of an evolving third space ( digital space) in countering gender-based violence, especially looks into how community-based digital activism and data gathering through crowdsourcing build agency in women.|
| Peace technology and peacebuilding, ICTs and humanitarianism||Examines the intersection of digital technology and peacebuilding, particularly how the use of peace technologies enhances peacebuilding works.|
|Level of Study||Title||Supervisor||Co-Supervisor(s)||Name of Student(s)||Area of Research||Current Completion|
|Masters||Spoilers in the Peace Process of Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT)||Manuela Nilsson||Spoilers, Peace Process; Post-conflict peacebuilding||2015|
|Ph.D.||The Role of Digital Technology in Improving Electoral Integrity: Hope or Just Hype?||Joseph G. Bock, Ph.D.||Digital Technology; election technology, ICTs and electoral integrity||Current Year|
|Subject||Project Name||Source of Fund||From Date||To Date||Collaboration|
|No project/research work is found|
|No invited talk is found|
|SL||Collaboration & Membership Name||Type||Membership Year||Expire Year|
|No Collaboration & Membership is found|
Lundy, Brandon D, Haque, Ziaul, Adebayo, Akanmu G., Hayes, Sherrill W and Aaron Clarke "“Introduction: Reconciling religious conflicts / reconciling conflict through religion,”." Atone: Religion, conflict, and reconciliation. Lundy, Brandon D., Adebayo, Akanmu G., Hayes, Sherrill W., eds. Maryland: Lexington Books, 2018 xv-xxxvi .
Islam, Md. Rafiqul and Ziaul Haque "Climate Change and Threats to Human Security in Bangladesh: An Analysis." Climate Change and Threats to Human Security. Narottam Gaan ed. New Delhi, India: Kalpaz Publications, 2014 78-113 .
Haque, Ziaul and Bock, Joseph G. : Are there Ways That Digital Technologies Break down Walls of Communication during Conflict: Lessons from Leaders of a Women’s Movement in Egypt, Conflict Resolution Quarterly , Revision Submitted .
Haque, Ziaul and Carroll, David : Assessing the Impact of Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) on Electoral Integrity,, Election Law Journal (impact factor:0.47 (2018)) , Revision submitted .
Bock, Joseph G., Haque, Ziaul and McMahon, Kevin A. : Displaced and dismayed: How ICTs are helping refugees and migrants, and how we can do better, Information Technology for Development , Revision submitted .
Ziaul Haque and Anashua Ananga : Surging Illiberalism: How Do International Students Assess the Challenge of Populism, Social Science Review , vol.35 , no.1 , pp.149-164 , 2018 .
Joseph G. Bock and Ziaul Haque : Getting a Sharper View of the Humanitarian Marketplace: Introducing Conduit Engagement Theory, Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Organizations, (impact factor:0.73 (2018) H Index (48)) , vol.24 , no.2018 , pp.517–535 , 2018 .
Ziaul Haque and Anashua Ananga : Does Transition to Democracy Improve Human Rights?, Social Science Review , vol.34 , no.1 , pp.87-100 , 2017 .
Ziaul Haque and M. Sazzad Hossain : Arab Spring and Democratization in the Middle East: Does Regime Change Facilitate Democracy, Social Science Review , pp.65-85 , 2014 .
Bock, Joseph G., Haque, Ziaul and McMahon, Kevin A. "Massive displacement meets cyberspace: information and communication technologies designed to help refugees and migrants and how we can do better." The Migration Conference 2017 Proceedings , pp. 48-69. Athens, Greece: Transnational Press London, 2017 .
|International||International Conflict Management Summer Research Fellowship Award||2018||United States||
The INCM Summer Research Fellowship carries a summer stipend of $3000 to support research work in the summer.
|International||Travel Grant||2018||Canada||Travel Grant ($500, CAD), Royal Military College of Canada to participate conference at MIT. (https://www.electoralintegrityproject.com/2018apsaworkshop)|
|International||"Best Paper"||2017||Greece||“Best Paper” honor among the more than 500 papers scholars from around the globe submitted for presentation at the 2017 Migration Conference in Athens, Greece. Their paper, titled “Massive Displacement Meets Cyberspace: Information and Communication Technologies Designed to Help Refugees and Migrants and How We Can Do Better,” was judged best by the chairs and advisory committee of the fifth annual international conference. (https://news.kennesaw.edu/stories/2017/conflict_management_award.php)|
|International||Graduate Assistant||2017||United States||A graduate assistantship from Emory University to work in democracy program at the Carter Center, Atlanta.|
|International||Swedish Institute (SI) Scholarship||2014||Sweden||Swedish governmental financial/scholarship support to pursue MSc in Sweden|
|National||United Nations Population Fund Research Fellowship ($ 500)||2009||Bangladesh||
Research fellowship jointly awarded by UNPF and Department of Population Science, Dhaka University, to support master
|National||Dhaka University Alumni Association-Eastern Bank Bangladesh Ltd. Scholarship||2009||Bangladesh||
DU Alumni Award
|National||Shahid Shafi (Rumi) Memorial Trust Fund Scholarship||2006||Bangladesh||
Memorial Trust Fund Scholarship.
|National||MMR Khan Trust Fund Scholarship||2006||Bangladesh||
Trust fund scholarship for the Faculty of Social Science, DU.
|National||Dean's Award||2006||Bangladesh||Dean's Award is conferred on the best student in each discipline under the Faculty of Social Sciences at Dhaka University|