Dr. Helal Mohiuddin is a social science educator-learner with special interest in sociology, anthropology, development planning, globalization, livelihood strategy, social safety-net and policy analysis.
Research: Diverse areas of globalization, participatory development, livelihood strategy
Policy analysis: Managed 24 national-international research projects
Publication: 6 books, 3 books chapters, 21 journal papers, and 80 newspaper articles
Training: Received 5 research methodology training; facilitated 10 modules (as a trainer)
Report writing: First author in 12 reports, co-author in 30 reports
Consultation and communication: More than hundred with GO-NGO stakeholders
University teaching: 26 years (taught in 6 universities in Bangladesh and Canada)
Extra-academic: Newspaper op-ed, and essay and story writing, movie scripting
2019.Ahmed, Kawser and Helal Mohiuddin,. The Rohingyas: Crisis, Response & Peacebuilding Avenues. USA: Lexington.
2007 H. Mohiuddin. Livelihood and Survival Strategies: Issues of Globalization, Adolescent Migration, Gendered Vulnerabilities, Resistance and Rural-Urban Linkages of Bangladesh Garment Workers. Dhaka: Focus Books.
2007 H. Mohiuddin (Bengali) Political Sociology of Mass Upsurge of 1990 in Bangladesh. Dhaka: CASS.
2006 A. Khatun & H. Mohiuddin. Gender Dimensions of Occupational Health Hazards: Experiences of Women Garment Workers in Dhaka City. Dhaka: Focus Books.
2005 H. Mohiuddin & A. Ali. Total Sanitation: A Community Stake. Dhaka: NGO Forum.
2006 M. Hasan (H. Mohiuddin eds). The Livelihood of the Santals: Contemporary Change Dynamics. Dhaka: CASS.
Awards & Honors
2001-03 University of Manitoba Graduate Fellowship (UMGF)
2000-01 Doctoral Research Fellowship,The Globalization Project, International Development Research Centre (IDRC)
2001 University of Manitoba Anthropology Department Research Grant
2000a University of Manitoba Students Union (UMSU) Bursary
2000b UM/SSHRC Research Proposal Development Grant
01/96-09/97 Queen Sirikit Environmental Conservation Scholarship, Thailand
1996 Research Grant of the University Grants Commission (UGC), Bangladesh
1995 & 1994 Teachers’ Training Grant. BIASTT
Ph.D. Cultural Anthropology. University of Manitoba, Canada. 2004.
M.Sc. Development Planning. Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand. 1997.
MSS & BSS. Sociology. University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. 1989(1992) & 1988(1990)
Professor. Political Science and Sociology. North South University, Bangladesh (2020-present)
Professor & Chairperson. Applied Sociology, ASA University Bangladesh (2011 & 2012)
Associate Professor. Sociology, University of Chittagong, Bangladesh (2005 – 2008)
Assistant Professor. Sociology, University of Chittagong, Bangladesh (1997 – 2005)
Lecturer. Sociology. University of Chittagong, Bangladesh (1994 – 1997)
Contract Faculty. Sociology, University of Winnipeg, Canada (2013 – 2014)
Adjunct Professor. Anthropology, University of Winnipeg, Canada (July 2009-June 2012)
Contract Faculty. International Development Studies, Menno Simons College (2009, 2010, 2013)
Contract Faculty. Anthropology, University of Manitoba, Canada (2009, 2011)
Contract Faculty. Geography and Environmental Studies, University of Winnipeg, Canada (2010)
Associate Professor. Women and Gender Studies, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh (2006)
Director of Research. Conflict and Resilience Research Institute, Canada (2017-Present)
Research Fellow. St. Paul’s College, University of Manitoba, Canada (2013-Present)
Legislative staff. Manitoba Legislative Assembly (2017-2019)
Consultant. Human Development Research Center, Bangladesh (2006-Present)
Outreach Coordinator, Multiculturalism and Literacy, Gov. of Manitoba (2015)
Graduate Research Assistant. University of Manitoba, Canada (2000-2004)
Research Associate. Gender & Development, AIT, Thailand (1997-1998)
Program Organizer. Research Cell, PROSHIKA, Bangladesh (1993 – 1994)
Lead Researcher. Center for Applied Social Studies, [CASS] Bangladesh (2005 – 2007).
- Introductory Sociology
- Sociology of the Environment| Globalization and Environment|
- Cultural Perspectives on Global Processes
- Anthropological Perspectives on Globalization and the World System
- Regional and Rural Development Planning
- Sociology of Development and Underdevelopment
- Sociology of Capitalism and Socialism
- Sociology of Media and Communication
- Social History
- Research Methods in Social Sciences
- Cultural Anthropology
- Industrial and Urban Sociology
- Advanced Research Monograph
- Methods of Gender-Sensitive Social Research
- Introduction to Anthropology
- Gender and Development
- Introduction to Sociology of Gender Relations
- Gender Analysis
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