Research & Publication (Department of Women and Gender Studies)
Book (11)
1 আফসানা ইসলাম বঙ্গবন্ধুর নারী উন্নয়ন ভাবনা (Bangabandhu's vision for women empowerment). Dhaka: Tamralipi, ২০২০ .
2 Professor Dr. Tania Haque Household Diplomacy: Access to Income and Women’s Agency in Bangladesh. June 2009 .
3 Imtiaz, S. S., Yasmin, F. and Sowad, A. S. M. Knowledge and Perception of Youth On Sexual Violence Against Women and Girls in Dhaka City. Dhaka: Department of Women and Gender Studies, 2018 .
4 Professor Dr. Tania Haque Women’s Issues and rights in the developing countries IGI Global Publishers Pennsylvania, USA. 2017 .
5 Prof. Dr. Ayesha Banu Gendered Lives, Livelihoods and Transformation: The Bangladesh Context. Dhaka: Contributor and joint editor with Meghna Guhathakurta, 2017, University Press Limited, Dhaka, 2017 .
6 Nafisa Tanjeem and Aditi Sabur The Institutionalization of Women and Gender Studies in higher Education. New York and London: Bloomsbury, 2017 .
7 Professor Dr. Tania Haque Discourse Analysis as a Tool for Understanding Gender Identity, Representation, and Equality. IGI Global Publishers, Pennsylvania, USA. 2016 .
8 Professor Dr. Tania Haque Revealing Gender Inequalities and Perceptions in South Asian Countries IGI Global Publishers Pennsylvania. 2016 .
9 Mahtab, N., Parker, S., Kabir, F., Haque, T., Sabur, A. and Sowad, A. S. M. (Eds.) Revealing Gender Inequalities and Perceptions in South Asian Countries through Discourse Analysis. Pennsylvania: IGI Global, 2016 .
10 Mahtab, N., Parker, S., Kabir, F., Haque, T., Sabur, A. and Sowad, A. S. M. (Eds.) Discourse Analysis as a Tool for Understanding Gender Identity, Representation, and Equality. Pennsylvania: IGI Global, 2016 .
11 Dhali H.H. Sustainable Development, State Policy and Gender: Examining the effect of forest policy of Bangladesh on gender relations of Indigenous People in CHT. Germany: LAP, 2010 .
Book Section (16)
1 Meihimuti, D., Dhali, H.H. and Ghosh, R. "The Compassionate Educator: Understanding Social Issues in Canadian Schools." The radicalization of youth in the west. Jule, A. (Ed.) Toronto: CSP Books Inc., 2019 229-250 .
2 Prof. Dr. Ayesha Banu and Dr. Fouzia Mannan "Ageing and Livelihood Vulnerability: Voices of Elderly Women from a Dhaka Slum." Gendered Lives, Livelihoods and Transformation: The Bangladesh Context. Contributor and joint editor with Meghna Guhathakurta, 2017, University Press Limited, Dhaka, 2017 .
3 Sabiha Yeasmin Rosy and Mynul Islam "Communication Process in Family Reinforcing the Gender Differences in Bangladesh." Revealing Gender Inequalities and Perceptions in South Asian Countries through Discourse Analysis. IGI Global, 2016 137-147 .
4 Afsana Islam "Disparity between Boys and Girls: Concerning Sports in Secondary Level Academic Institutions." Discourse Analysis as a Tool for Understanding Gender Identity, Representation, and Equality. Nazmunnessa Mahtab, Sara Parker & Farah Kabir IGI Global, 2016 .
5 Sowad, A. S. M. "Migration Affecting Masculinities: The Consequences of Migration on the Construction of Masculinities of Migrant Bangladeshi Men Living in the United Kingdom." Discourse Analysis as a Tool for Understanding Gender Identity, Representation, and Equality. Mahtab, N.; Parker, S.; Kabir, F.; Haque, T.; Sabur, A. & Sowad, A. S. M. (Eds.) Pennsylvania: IGI Global, 2016 50-73 .
6 Soma Dey and Runa Laila ". Reconstruction of Women’s Role in Jhum Cultivation & the Shift in the Gendered Division of Labour among the Garos." In Lives, Livelihood and Leadership: transformation of gendered roles in Bangladesh. Megna Guha Thakurata & Ayesha Banu (Eds,) Dhaka: UPL, 2016 7-39 .
7 Afifa, A. and Dhali H.H. "Environment, Migration and Adaptation. Evidence and Politics of Climate Change in Bangladesh." Environment, Migration and Adaptation. Evidence and Politics of Climate Change in Bangladesh. B. Mallick & B. Etzold (Ed.) Dhaka: AHDPH, 2015 161-174 .
8 Umme Busra Fateha Sultana and Md. Mokhlesur Rahman "Gender in Water, Sanitation and Hygiene." Rajshahi: Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation and DASCOH, 2015 .
9 Umme Busra Fateha Sultana "Problematizing Love, Sex and Marriage: Contraceptive Advertisements in Bangladesh." Past and Present: Perspectives on Gender and Love. Kelly Gardiner and Sina V. Pfister Oxford, UK.: Inter-Disciplinary Press, 2015 163-177 .
10 Umme Busra Fateha Sultana and Md. Mokhlesur Rahman "Institutional Protection Mechanisms, Potentials of Mainstreaming and Readiness of the Society: Unveiling Struggles of Children of Sex Workers in Bangladesh." Sex Workers and Their Children in Bangladesh: Addressing Risks and Vulnerabilities. Daniel M. Sabet, Tawhidur Rahman and Sate Ahmad Dhaka: University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh, Center for Sustainable Development and ActionAid Bangladesh, 2012 181-201 .
11 Umme Busra Fateha Sultana "Orientalisation of Veil: Unpacking the Politics of Veil in the Context of Bangladesh." AN EXERCISE IN WORLD MAKING. The Hague: Institute of Social Studies (ISS), the Netherlands, 2009 .
12 Umme Busra Fateha Sultana "Researched and wrote entries for Gender O Unnoyon Kosh (Gender and Development Encyclopedia)." Gender O Unnoyon Kosh (Gender and Development Encyclopedia) Volume 1 & 2. Selina Hossain Dhaka: Somoy Prokashoni, 2009 .
13 Umme Busra Fateha Sultana "Researched and wrote 14 entries in 1st and 2nd volume of Gender Biswakosh (Encyclopedia of Gender)." Gender Biswakosh (Encyclopedia of Gender) Volume 1 & 2. Selina Hossain and Masuduzzaman Dhaka: Mowla Brothers, 2006 .
14 Rosie Majod ahsan and Soma Dey "Marriage Migration of Muslim and Hindu Women of Galachipa Pourashava in Patuakhali District: A Comparative Study." Gender Geography: A Reader, Bangladesh Perspective. Rosie Majid Ahsan, Nasreen Ahmad & Hafiza Khatun (EDS.) Dhaka: The Bangladesh Geographical Society, 2005 405-427 .
15 Rosie Majid Ahsan and Soma Dey "Marriage Migration Process of Women: A Proposed Model." Nagarayane Bangladesh (in Bangla),. Nazrul Islam and Abdul Baki Dhaka: Department of Geography & Environment, 2002 167-181 .
16 Prof. Dr. Ayesha Banu "Nariprodhan Khana;Daridra banam Shachhalota ;Kotipoy Shuchak Nirnoy." Women: : Representation and Politics (in Bangla Nari: Protinidhitto o Rajniti. Eds Guhathakurta, M and etal Shamaj Nirikkhon Kendro, University of Dhaka, Dana Printers Ltd., 1997 .
Journal Article (81)
1 তানিয়া হক, সাবিহা ইয়াসমিন রোজী and আফসানা ইসলাম : নারীবান্ধব কৃষি ব্যবস্থাপনা এবং কৃষিতে নারীর সক্রিয় অংশগ্রহণ: বাংলাদেশ পরিপ্রেক্ষিত (Women-friendly Agricultural Extension Services and Women’s Participation in Agriculture: The Context of Bangladesh), সামাজিক বিজ্ঞান পত্রিকা , vol.১২ , no.১২ , pp.৫১-৬৬ , ২০১৮ .
2 Ghosh, R., Tiflati, H., Dhali, H.H., Maihemuti, D. and Chan, A. : Social-Ecological Portrait of Two Females from Montreal who joined ISIS, Perspectives on Terrorism , Submitted .
3 Prof. Dr. Ayesha Banu and Firdous Azim : Burqa and Shalwar, Jeans and Sari - Changing Fashion on the Streets of Dhaka, Himal, Southasian, , November December, 2005 .
4 Prof. Dr. Ayesha Banu : Mere Pawns or Gaining Power? Construction of National and Gender Identity in Bangladesh, Social Science Review, Number 2 , vol.19 , November 2002 .
5 Ayesha Banu : Violence against Women: An Unending Cycle, Social Science Review, The Dhaka University Studies, Part-D , vol.34 , pp.21-45 , March 2018 .
6 Umme Busra Fateha Sultana : Marketing of a Liberation War! Its Symbolic Representation in Commercials of Bangladesh, Social Science Review, The Dhaka University Studies, Part-D , vol.27 , no.1 , June, 2010 .
7 Umme Busra Fateha Sultana : Representation of Gender and Heterosexuality: A Study of Contraceptive Advertisements in Bangladesh – 1971 to 2011, Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bangladesh (Hum.) , vol.Volume 63 , no.2 , pp.205-245 , December 2018 .
8 Prof. Dr. Ayesha Banu : Roots and Revisions: Looking at Feminism in Bangladesh: Some Preliminary Reflections, Social Science Review, (The Dhaka University Studies), Part-D, No-2 , vol.32 , December 2015 .
9 Prof. Dr. Ayesha Banu : Global-Local Interactions: First Three Decades of Women’s Movement in Bangladesh, Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bangladesh (Humanities), No-2 , vol.60 , December 2015 .
10 Nahid Sultana and Soma Dey : From Vulnerability to Resilience: A Study on the Livelihood Struggles of the Tiger Widows in Bangladesh, Asian Journal of Women's Studies (impact factor:0.350 (2020-2021)) , vol.27 , no.1 Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group , pp.2-21 , 2021 .
11 Sabiha Yeasmin Rosy : Can My Pain Become My Strength to Fly Again? Reintegration of Women Trafficking Survivors in Bangladesh, Forthcoming , 2021 .
12 Sabiha Yeasmin Rosy and Fatemeh Nejati : Bargaining over remittances in Tajik extended families, forthcoming , 2021 .
13 Dr Fouzia Mannan Dr Ayesha Banu : Women in Politics: Gender Quota and Women's Movement in Bangladesh, Rajasthan Journal of Sociology, India , vol.Volume 12, October 2020 , pp.77-91 , 2020 .
14 Sanzida Akhter, Gouranga Lal Dasvarma and Udoy Sakia : Reluctance of women of lower socio-economic status to use maternal healthcare services–Does only cost matter?. , 15(9), ., PloS one , vol.15 (9) , pp.p.e0239597 , 2020 .
15 Soma Dey and Runa Laila : Women’s status and fertility: Realities of matrilineal Garo women in Bangladesh, Empowerment , vol.27 , no.2020 , pp.23-40 , 2020 .
16 সাবিহা ইয়াসমিন রোজী, আফসানা ইসলাম and তানিয়া হক : নারী প্রধান কৃষি পরিবারের খাদ্য নিরাপত্তা, পুষ্টি ও আর্থ-সামাজিক উন্নয়ন (Food security, nutrition and socio-economic development of female farmers from Female Headed Households), Probondhaboli , 2020 .
17 Sabiha Yeasmin Rosy and Aditi Sabur : Interconnecting women’s changing socio-economic role and the significance of reforming women’s inheritance laws in Bangladesh, Social Science Review , vol.37 , no.1 , pp.39-60 , 2020 .
18 Sabiha Yeasmin Rosy : Development and Culture in the Context of Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT), Bangladesh, Social Science Review , vol.37 , no.2 , 2020 .
19 Mohosina Islam and Afsana Islam : বাংলাদেশি সিনেমার পোস্টার: ‘পৌরুষ’ উপস্থাপনের রূপ-রূপন্তর (Bangladeshi Cinema Poster: Representation of Masculinity), Bangladesh Film Archive Journal , vol.15 , pp.28-38 , 2019 .
20 Umme Busra Fateha Sultana and N. Tabassum : “The Gendered Space of Home in Television Advertisements ─ the “Dutiful” Wives and the “Carefree” Husbands”, Social Science Review, The Dhaka University Studies, Part-D , vol.36 , no.December 2019 , pp.69-90 , 2019 .
21 Umme Busra Fateha Sultana and Tuba Ahmed : “Women’s Empowerment through Social Media Entrepreneurship: A Critical Analysis of Online Female Entrepreneurship in Dhaka City”, Empowerment: A Journal of Women for Women , vol.26 , pp.1-16 , 2019 .
22 Aditi Sabur : Performing fatherhood in Bangladesh: Changing roles, responsibilities and involvement of older and younger fathers, MASCULINITIES : A journal of culture and society , no.11 , pp.23-45 , 2019 .
23 Sowad, A. S. M. : Is Gender a More Important Axis of Representation than Race, Ethnicity or Class in Politics?, International Journal of Social Ecology and Sustainable Development (IJSESD) , vol.10 , no.2 , pp.29-36 , 2019 .
24 Khadiza Akhter, Soma Dey and Shakeel Hasan : Riverbank erosion and its impact on rural women: A case study of Ulania village, Bangladesh, Asian Journal of Women's Studies (impact factor:0.19 (2017)) , vol.25 , no.1 , pp.76-95 , 2019 .
25 Sabiha Yeasmin Rosy, Afsana Islam and Tania Haque : Food security, nutrition and socio-economic development of female farmers from Female Headed Households (in Bangla), প্রবন্ধাবলী , vol.10 , 2018 .
26 Tania Haque, Sabiha Yeasmin Rosy and Afsana Islam : Women-friendly Agricultural Extension Services and Women’s Participation in Agriculture: The Context of Bangladesh (in Bangla), সামাজিক বিজ্ঞান পত্রিকা , vol.12 , no.12 , 2018 .
27 Sanzida Akhter, Soma Dey and Kuntala Chowdhury : Immigrant Bangladeshis in Australia: Reorganization of Gender Roles and Power Relations, Social Science Review , vol.35 , no.2 , pp.43-63 , 2018 .
28 Sanzida Akhter, Soma Day and Kuntala CHowdhury : Immigrant Bangladeshis in Australia: reorganisation of gender roles and power relations., Social Science Reiew, The Dhaka University Studies, Part D , vol.35 , no.2 , pp.43-63 , 2018 .
29 Sanzida Akhter and Susanne Schech :  Choosing caesareans? The perceptions and experiences of childbirth among mothers from higher socio-economic households in Dhaka, , Health Care for Women International, (impact factor:0.950) , vol.39 , no.11 , pp.1177-1192 , 2018 .
30 Sabiha Yeasmin Rosy : Trafficking of Bangladeshi Young Women to India: NGO Response and Government Measures to Protect Youth, Samajbodh , vol.7 , no.1 , 2017 .
31 Prof. Dr. Ayesha Banu and IffatRumman : Gender and Education in South Asia: An Overview, The Journal of Social Studies (CSS), No.155, July-September,2017, Centre for Social Studies, Dhaka , 2017 .
32 Prof. Dr. Ayesha Banu and Sadiatun Rasna Eti : A Gendered Reality: An Overview of the Health Sector in South Asia, Perspectives in Social Science , vol.A Compilation Volume of Seminar Papers , 2017 .
33 Sowad, A. S. M. : Influences of Emerging Beauty Industry for Men on Construction of Masculinities of Male Students of Dhaka City, Masculinities and Social Change , vol.6 , no.1 , pp.1-16 , 2017 .
34 Soma Dey and Palash Basak : Rana Plaza Disaster and Thereafter: Evaluating the Condition of RMG Workers in Bangladesh, Perspective in Social Sciences , vol.12 , no.1 , pp.67-85 , 2017 .
35 Soma Dey and Palash Basak : Out of the shadows: Women and wage struggle in the RMG industry of Bangladesh, Asian Journal of Women's Studies (impact factor:0.19 (2017)) , vol.23 , no.2 , pp.163-182 , 2017 .
36 Sanzida Akhter and Gour Dasvarma : Whither MDG 5 in Bangladesh and its regions?., Journal of Population Research (Springer) , vol.34 , no.3 , pp.279-301 , 2017 .
37 Sabiha Yeasmin Rosy : Bangladeshi Women Trafficking Survivors Situation in Family and Society: NGO Response towards their Reintegration, Multidisciplinary Journal of Gender Studies , vol.5 , no.1 , pp.911-928 , 2016 .
38 Dhali, H.H., Kabir, A.H. and Haque, T. : Perceiving 'Gender' in higher education: A critical experience from the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, Social Science Review , vol.33 , no.1 , pp.65-78 , 2016 .
39 Dhali H.H. : Remaking of women in Bangladesh: Central to the projection of modernity through questing national identity, ensuring economic development, and gaining legitimacy, The Arts Faculty Journal , vol.2017 , no.8,9,10 , 2016 .
40 Prof. Dr. Ayesha Banu : Anti-Dowry Movement: A Milestone in the History of Women’s Movement in Bangladesh, Empowerment: A Journal of Women for Women, Women for Women: A Research and Study Group, Dhaka , vol.23 , 2016 .
41 Ayesha Banu : Human Development, Disparity and Vulnerability: Women in South Asia, HDRO Occasional Paper Series, Human Development Report Office, USA, , 2016 .
42 Fuad al Mannan and sanzida Akhter : International Human Rights Doctrine: Should the Rights for Democracy be included?,, Asian Online Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences , vol.4 , no.1 , pp.45-51. , 2016 .
43 Afsana Islam : Sexism in Defining Gender Sensitive Lexical entries: A lexicographical study from feminist perspective in the February 2016., Dhaka University journal of Linguistics , vol.7&8 , no.13-16 , 2016 .
44 Haque, T. and Sowad, A. S. M. : Impact of NGOization on Women’s Movement Organizations: A Critical Analysis from Bangladesh Perspective, Social Science Review , vol.33 , no.2 , pp.29-36 , 2016 .
45 Sowad, A. S. M. : Picking the People up from Poverty: Urban Labour Market Deregulation Vs. Encouraging the Development of Micro-Enterprises, International Journal of Sustainable Economies Management (IJSEM) , vol.5 , no.4 , pp.1-9 , 2016 .
46 Umme Busra Fateha Sultana : A Critical Trajectory of Family Planning and Birth Control in Bangladesh-Interventions, Challenges, and Tensions, Social Science Review, The Dhaka University Studies, Part-D. , vol.33 , no.1 , pp.45-64 , 2016 .
47 Soma Dey : New Agriculture, New Knowledge and New Gender Roles: Sharing the Experience of an Indigenous Community, Social Science Review , vol.33 , no.2 , pp.1-12 , 2016 .
48 Sanzida Akhter : Beyond Maternal Mortality: Maternal Health Care Seeking Behavior for Post-Partum Morbidity for Urban mothers, International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences , vol.4 , no.1 , pp.229-235 , 2016 .
49 Sabiha Yeasmin Rosy : Contributions of Anthropology in Bringing Forth Local Perspectives and Challenges in Development Processes, Anthropol , vol.2 , no.5 , 2015 .
50 Dhali H.H. : The Nexus between Economic Growth and Gender Inequality: Case Studies from China, East Asia, Mexico and Latin America., Social Science Review , vol.32 , no.2 , pp.187-194 , 2015 .
51 Bashabi Barua and Afsana Islam : Development with a Body: Interrogating Gender and Development (GAD) discourse, Social Science review , vol.32 , no.1 , 2015 .
52 Soma Dey : An Assessment of the Situation of Women Home Workers in Dhaka City, Bangladesh, International Journal of Green Economics (impact factor:o.67) , vol.9 , no.1 , pp.24-34 , 2015 .
53 Soma Dey : Resource Enclosure, Land rights and Gender: A Case Study of the Matrilineal Garo Community of Modhupur Sal Forest, Bangladesh, Empowerment , vol.22 , no.1 , pp.99-114 , 2015 .
54 Sanzida Akhter : Mothers’ socio-economic status and health care for maternal morbidity: a study in urban Dhaka,, Internatinal Journal of Social Sciences , vol.5 , no.1 , pp.1-26 , 2015 .
55 Sabiha Yeasmin Rosy : Trafficking in Women in Bangladesh: Impact on Women’s Health and Recovery Process in Shelter Home, Social Science Review , vol.31 , no.2 , 2014 .
56 Mahtab, N., Dhali, H.H. and Islam, M. : Understanding a safe city for women through exploring programme and policy intervention, Social Science Review , vol.31 , no.2 , pp.13-30. , 2014 .
57 Soma Dey, Bernadette P. Resurreccion and Philippe Doneys : Gender and Environmental Struggles: Voices from Adivasi Garo Community in Bangladesh, Gender, Place & Culture (impact factor:1.594 (2017)) , vol.21 , no.8 , pp.945-982 , 2014 .
58 Dhali, H.H., Akter, S. and Haque, T. : Towards a safe city for women: Case studies from seven districts in Bangladesh, Social Science Review , vol.30 , no.2 , pp.239-254 , 2013 .
59 Sanzida Akhter, Helal Hossein Dhali and Tahmina Haque : Towards a Safe City for Women: Case Studies from Seven Districts in Bangladesh,, Social Science Review, University of Dhaka, Part D , vol.30 , no.2 , pp.239-253. , 2013 .
60 Umme Busra Fateha Sultana : Revisiting ‘Bargaining’ - Reflections on Feminist Extensions of Sen’s Household Bargaining Model: Case Studies of Gendered Labour Regime, International Journal of Research in Humanities, Arts and Literature , vol.1 , no.2 , pp.39-46 , 2013 .
61 Dhali H.H. : Co-management model of forest management in Bangladesh and its Gendered effects: A case from Lawachara protected forest, Maulavibazar, Sylhet in Bangladesh, Social Science Review , vol.29 , no.2 , pp.139-163 , 2012 .
62 Soma Dey : Book Review 'Market and Malthus: Population, Gender, and Health in Neo-liberal Times', Gender, Technology and Development (impact factor:1.70 (2018)) , vol.16 , no.2 , pp.247-252 , 2012 .
63 Afrose, T. and Dhali H.H. : Paribarik Sidhanto Grahone Karmojibi O Grihini Narir Parthakya: Prekhkhit Bangladesh, Shamajik Bigyan Patrika , vol.5 , no.5 , 2011 .
64 Dhali, H.H. and Kabir, A.H. : The Politics of Forest Policies and The Alienation of Khyang Women in the Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh, Social Science Review , vol.28 , no.2 , pp.63-76 , 2011 .
65 Umme Busra Fateha Sultana : Sexuality, Power and Norms: Understanding Facets of Female Sexual Behavior in Socio-Cultural and Political Context of Bangladesh, Education and Development Special Issue, Published by the Research Centre for Educational Innovation and Development, Tribhuvan University, Nepal, , vol.Special Issue, Published by the Research Centre for Educational Innovation and Development, Tribhuvan University, Nepal. , pp.1-16 , 2011 .
66 Umme Busra Fateha Sultana : The Imageries of Menstruation in Sanitary Napkin Ads: Representation and the Practice of Discourse as a Marketing Strategy, Advertising & Society Review , vol.11 , no.4 , 2011 .
67 Umme Busra Fateha Sultana : From Image Realities to Social Realities: Unpacking Pleasure and Procreation in TV and Press Advertisements of Contraceptives in Bangladesh, VISUAL ENCOUNTERS: BEYOND THE WRITTEN AND TOWARDS THE SENSORY , vol.7 , no.4 , pp.31-39 , 2011 .
68 Dhali H.H. : ‘Statization’ of forests and its effect on indigenous women in Bangladesh: A case from Kukkachhari village in Rangamati, Social Science Review , vol.28 , no.2 , pp.175-195 , 2010 .
69 Abdul Wohab and Sanzida Akhter : The effects of childhood sexual abuse on children’s psychology and Employment, Procedia Social and Behavioral Sciences , vol.5 , pp.144-149 , 2010 .
70 Soma Dey and Sabiha Sultana : The Socio-Cultural Impacts of Economic Changes to Matrilineal Garo Society in Bangladesh, International Journal of Green Economics (impact factor:0.67) , vol.3 , no.2 , pp.184-198 , 2009 .
71 Ishrat Parveen and Soma Dey : Gender Discrimination in the Construction Industry of Bangladesh, International Journal of Green Economics (impact factor:0.67) , vol.3 , no.2 , pp.223-233 , 2009 .
72 Dhali H.H. : Deforestation and its Impacts on Indigenous Women: A Case from the Chittagong Hill Tracts in Bangladesh, Gender, Technology, and Development , vol.12 , no.2 , pp.229-246 , 2008 .
73 Sanzida Akhter : Millennium development goal on maternal health in Bangladesh; Progress and Prospects, Journal of Management and Social Sciences , vol.4 , no.1 , pp.73-85. , 2008 .
74 Sanzida Akhter : Regional Variations and determinants of skilled birth attendant during delivery; some socio demographic characteristics, Social Science Review, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. , 2008 .
75 Sanzida Akhter and Abdul Wohab : Millennium development goal of improving maternal health in Bangladesh: A review of concepts, BRAC University Journal , vol.5 , no.1 , pp.99-112 , 2008 .
76 Soma Dey : Deforestation and the Garo Women of Modhupur Garh, Bangladesh, Asian Women , vol.24 , no.2 , pp.57-81 , 2008 .
77 Soma Dey : The Commercialization of Indigenous Economy and its Impact on the Environment of Modhupur Garh, Bangladesh, International Journal of Green Economics (impact factor:0.67) , vol.1 , no.3/4 , pp.465 - 477 , 2007 .
78 Sanzida Akhter and Abdul Wohab : Health nutrition and human resource development: A critical link, BRAC University Journal , vol.3 , no.2 , pp.125-133 , 2006 .
79 Rosie Majod Ahsan and Soma Dey : A Geographical Analysis of Degraded Modhupur Sal Forest ( in Bangla), Bhugol O Poribesh Journal , vol.5 , no.Special , 2006 .
80 Soma Dey and Palash Basak : Trafficking Routes of Women and Children near Border Areas of Jessore and Chapai-Nawabganj Districts (in Bangla), Bhugol o Poribesh Journal , vol.3 , no.1 , pp.61-74 , 2003 .
81 Prof. Dr. Ayesha Banu : Fabrics of Reality vs. Fabricated Reality: A Case for an Alternative Feminist Methodology, Theoretical Perspectives: A Journal of Social Science and Arts, Centre for Alternatives, Dhaka University , vol.6 , pp.1-28 , 1999 .
Conference Proceedings (16)
1 Sabiha Yeasmin Rosy "Situating Indigenous people within the tourism-environment nexus in the Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) of Bangladesh." Annual Meeting of American Association of Geographers (AAG) Washington DC, USA: AAG, 2019 .
2 Dhali H.H. "Toward a theoretical framework in understanding the gender differences in the youth perception of extremism in the developing countries,." CIES Annual Conference 2019 , pp. 172. San Francisco: Comparative & International Education Society, 2019 .
3 Dhali H.H. "Beyond Islamist Terrorism: Paradoxes in the State of Extremism and Counter-extremist Measures in Bangladesh." SSSR Annual Meeting 2019 St. Louis, Missouri, USA: Society for the Scientific Study of Religion, 2019 .
4 Sabiha Yeasmin Rosy "Tourism in the Chittagong Hill Tracts, Bangladesh: political economy and ethical considerations." Destination Dynamics Copenhagen, Denmark: Association for Tourism and Leisure Education and Research (ATLAS) and Aalborg University, 2018 .
5 Sabiha Yeasmin Rosy "Exploring Tourism Geographies in the Chittagong Hill Tracts, Bangladesh: A Political Ecology of Uneven Development." Creative Conversations, Constructive Connections Auckland, New Zealand: NZGS (New Zealand Geographical Society) / IAG (Institute of Australian Geographers), 2018 .
6 Dhali H.H. "Rhetoric and Realities: Countering Religious Extremism through Education in Bangladesh." CIES Annual Conference 2018 , pp. 138. Mexico City, Mexico: Comparative & International Education, 2018 .
7 Dhali H.H. "Religion as a tool of exercising state power: Making and remaking of ‘women’ in Bangladesh." SSSR 2018 , pp. 30. Las Vegas, Nevada, USA: Society for the Scientific Study of Religion, 2018 .
8 Aditi Sabur "Performing fatherhood in Bangladesh: Fathering Roles, Responsibilities and Involvement." KANITA International Conference of Gender Studies , pp. 125-134. Penang: Center for research on women and gender, 2018 .
9 Sowad, A. S. M. "Empowering women through encouraging leadership: Government and non-government approaches in Noakhali district of Bangladesh." Kanita international conference on gender studies (KICGS 2018) proceedings: selected full papers , pp. 114-123. Penang: Centre for Research on Women and Gender (KANITA), 2018 .
10 Sabiha Yeasmin Rosy "The Expansion of Reserved Forests in the Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh: Exploring the Impact on Indigenous People’s Lives." Symposium for IA practitioners and researchers: Doing impact assessment in the context of uncertainty and risk Sydney, Australia: Curtin University, Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand inc. and SMEC, 2017 .
11 Sabiha Yeasmin Rosy "Crisis in identity for sharing household responsibilities: perception and experiences of men." Gender, Diversity and Development Dhaka, Bangladesh: 2015 .
12 Sabiha Yeasmin Rosy "Bangladeshi Women Trafficking Survivors Situation in Family and Society: NGO Response towards Their Reintegration." Bangladesh Summit on Sustainable Development: Mission for 100 years Eminence: Associates for Social Development, 2014 .
13 Sabiha Yeasmin Rosy "National Health Policies of Bangladesh: Analysis and Impact on Young Women’s Reproductive Health." Inclusive Youth Policies in South Asia Kathmandu, Nepal: The Social Science Baha (SSB), the Delhi Office of South Asia Institute (SAI) of Heidelberg University and the Konrad Adenauer Foundation New Delhi (KAS), 2014 .
14 Dhali H.H. "Gender' in higher education: A critical experience from the University of Dhaka." International Summit on Sustainable Development 2014 .
15 Sabiha Yeasmin Rosy and Afroz Sultan "Women and Water Academy: An Initiative to Bring Change." Water Futures: A Dialogue for Young Scholars and Professionals Assam, India and Dhaka, Bangladesh: IUCN, University of Dhaka and Jamia Milia Islamia, 2013 .
16 Dhali H.H. "Gender Effects’ of ‘Statization’ of communal forests on indigenous people in Bangladesh: A case from Kukkachhari village in Rangamati." CERES Summer School Nijmegen, The Netherlands, 2009 .