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SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS

The Rohingya_An Ethnography of Subhuman

Books

February 15, 2021in
1. The Rohingya: An Ethnography of “Subhuman” Life. Oxford University Press, 2020. 2. Editor (with Nasreen Chowdhory), Deterritorialised Identity and ...Read More
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Selected Journal Articles

February 15, 2021in
“The Local Translation of Global Indigeneity: A Case of the Chittagong Hill Tracts” Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, Vol. 55, No. ...Read More
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Book Chapters

February 15, 2021in
“The State, Vulnerability and Transborder Movement: The Rohingya in Bangladesh and Myanmar.” In Nasir Uddin & Nasreen Chowdhory, eds. Deterritorialised Identity ...Read More
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Popular writings on the Rohingya people

February 15, 2021in
“The World Must Stand by the Rohingya” Culturico, December 07, 2020. [Link: https://culturico.com/2020/12/07/the-world-must-stand-by-the-rohingya/] “No Future for the Rohingya in Sight.” An ...Read More
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CONFERENCE / WORKSHOP

Lecture at Columbia University, USA in 2019

Conferences/Workshops

February 15, 2021in
“Legal, Political and Ethical Dimension of Refugee Studies” a Keynote Speech delivered at a Research Workshop on Refugee Studies and ...Read More
Lecture at Columbia University, USA in 2019

Invited Talks and Lectures

February 15, 2021in
Department of Geography, University of Adelaide, Australia (December, 2019) Department of Anthropology, Flinders University, Australia (December, 2019) Migration Research Group, ...Read More
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Seminar, Conference and Workshop Organizer

February 15, 2021in
Rohingya Crisis in Bangladesh: Challenges and Resolutions held  on July 18, 2019 at Business Faculty Auditorium, Chittagong University as a join ...Read More
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Current Research Projects

fieldwork in the Chittagong Hill Tracts (2005)-1

The State in Everyday Life

February 15, 2021in
The research concerns dialectical relations between the “state” and the “margins”, where the former itself (re)produces the latter. While dominant historical works ...Read More
Fieldwork in Dinajpur (December 2015)

Indigeneity, Identity Politics and Marginality

February 15, 2021in
‘Indigeneity’ is a continuously contested concept, and a site of socio-cultural (re)presentation of self and others linked to social, cultural and ...Read More
Fieldwork in Rohingya camp (2017)-2

Spaces of Vulnerability, Statelessness and Refugee-hood

February 15, 2021in
The project concerns intricate relations between the state and statelessness in relations to spaces of vulnerability in the society. Space ...Read More
Fieldwork on construction workers (Dhaka 2014)

Rural-Urban Migrations and Urbanization-Migration Nexus

February 15, 2021in
The project focuses on urbanization-migration nexus with the exploration of new socio-economic and political relationships generated through spatial mobility from ...Read More
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Theoretical Contributions

Fieldwork in Rohingya camp (2018)-2

Theory of “Subhuman” life

February 15, 2021in
Nasir Uddin has been working for years to build a new theory what is called “Subhuman Life” theory to understand ...Read More
Fieldwork in Rohingya camp (2019)-3

Ethnography is a “joint product”

February 15, 2021in
Uddin published an article titled “Decolonising ethnography in the field: an anthropological account” in the International Journal of Social Research Methodology where ...Read More
fieldwork in the Chittagong Hill Tracts (2005)

Many faces of the state [Anthropology of the state]

February 15, 2021in
Anthropology of the state has grown up as an emerging field of research in Anthropology during the last three decades. ...Read More
Addressing a big gathering of Adivasi people (Rangamati 2015)

Reconceptualizing “Indigeneity”

February 15, 2021in
The popular images tend to depict indigenous people as having lived a “simple”, “locally locked” in the remote forest, “isolated” ...Read More
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FIELDWORK EXPERIENCES

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LECTURES AT DIFFERENT UNIVERSITIES

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ABOUT NASIR

NASIR UDDIN, PhD
Professor of Anthropology
Faculty of Social Sciences
University of Chittagong
Chittagong-4331, Bangladesh
Email: nasir.anthro@cu.ac.bd
Web: nasiruddinbd.com

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