Mohammad Mozahidul Islam, PhD
Mohammad Mozahidul Islam, PhD Professor , Department of History

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SHORT BIOGRAPHY

Dr Mohammad Mozahidul Islam is Professor, Department of History, Jahangirnagar University, Savar, Dhaka-1342, Bangladesh. He obtained his PhD in Politics & International Relations from the School of Social Sciences, University of New South Wales, Australia and received MA in International Relations from the University of Tsukuba, Japan. Previously, in Bangladesh, he was educated in the Department of History, Jahangirnagar University and received MA in History with First Class (placed first position). He has published numerous research articles in various Bangladeshi and international peer reviewed academic journals which include Journal of Asian and African Studies (published by SAGE), Asian Journal of Political Science (Routladge: Taylor & Francis), Commonwealth & Comparative Politics (Routladge: Taylor & Francis), Journal of International Development (Wiley BlackWell) and the like. Dr Islam has been teaching at the Jahangirnagar University since 1999; an Adjunct Professor of the North South University; and he also has 03 years teaching experiences at the University of New South Wales, Australia. Moreover, he has closely been working with the Centre for Higher Studies and Research (CHSR) at the Bangladesh University of Professionals (BUP) in his various capacities which include PhD supervision, expert panel member, MPhil/PhD selection committee member, and also offer a course for research candidates. Dr Islam has presented a number of papers in various national and international conferences/seminars as a keynote speaker.  

RESEARCH INTEREST
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JOURNAL PAPER

Rudd, A.E. and Islam, M.M. (2016), ‘Political Dynasty Formation in Bangladesh,’ South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies, 39:2, 401-414,

§  Rudd, A.E. and Islam, M.M. (2016), ‘Political Dynasty Formation in Bangladesh,’ South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies, 39:2, 401-414 [The DOI of the paper is: 10.1080/00856401.2016.1164107.Link: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/00856401.2016.1164107]. 

 

§  Islam, M.M. (2015), ‘Electoral violence in Bangladesh: Does confrontational bipolar party politics matter?’, Commonwealth & Comparative Politics, 53:4, 359-380, DOI: 10.1080/14662043.2015.1089001 [Link: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14662043.2015.1089001?journalCode=fccp20]

 

 

§  Islam, M.M. (2015), 'The Politics of the Public Food Distribution System in Bangladesh: Regime survival or promoting food security?' Journal of Asian and African Studies, 50:6, 702-715. [Link: http://jas.sagepub.com/ content/early/2014/07/15/ 0021909614541082.abstract].

 

§  _____  (2014), 'The Contending Images of Food Security in Bangladesh,' Journal of International Development; 26:7, 1054-1070, DOI: 10.1002/jid.2995. [Link: http://onlinelibrary.wiley. com/doi/10.1002/jid.2995/ abstract].

 

§  _____ (2013), 'The Toxic Politics of Bangladesh: A bipolar competitive neopatrimonial state?',Asian Journal of Political Science, 21(2):148-168. [Link: http://www.tandfonline.com/ doi/abs/10.1080/02185377.2013. 823799#preview].

 

§  _____ (2014), Dealing with Qualitative Methods in Bangladesh: The Potentials and Pitfalls of Research Design and Fieldwork, The Oriental Anthropologist, 14(1): 13-26. [Published from New Delhi; Link: http://connection.ebscohost.com/c/articles/98226220/dealing-qualitative-methods-bangladesh ].

 

§  _____ (2013), The state, institutions, and the challenges of development in Bangladesh, Bangladesh Journal of Public Administration, XXII:1, pp. 20-39.

 

§  _____ (2013), 'The Political Economy of Food Aid: Does food aid stabilize food availability for ensuring food security in Bangladesh?',Journal of International Relations, IV (4): 21-36.

 

§  _____ (2014), 'Mapping the Linkages between the Politics of Food, Food Security and Governance',Bangladesh Journal of Public Administration, [Forthcoming].

 

§  _____ (2012) Book Review, 'Understanding Bangladesh', Asian Studies Review,http://search.proquest.com.wwwproxy0.library.unsw.edu.au/assets/r2013.1.1-0/core/spacer.gif36 (4):http://search.proquest.com.wwwproxy0.library.unsw.edu.au/assets/r2013.1.1-0/core/spacer.gif 577-578. [published by Routledge, Taylor & Francis].

                             

§  _____ (2009), 'Exploring the Linkage Between Foreign Aid and Political Influence: A Study of Japanese Aid Towards Bangladesh', Bangladesh Journal of Public Administration, XVIII (I): 35-57 (with Miah Rabbi).

§  _____  (2008), 'Partition of Bengal in 1905: A Post Colonial Reader', Clio:Journal of the Department of History [Jahangirnagar University], XXV: 35-46 (in Bengali).

§  _____ (2006), 'The Political Economy of Corruption in Bangladesh', Clio:Journal of the Department of History [Jahangirnagar University], XXIII (1): 105-113.

§  _____ (2006), 'World Bank in Bangladesh Education: Why Does the Bank Changes its Education Policy?',The Jahangirnagar Review,Part-c, IX: 00-00.

§  _____ (2005), 'World Bank in Education: An Appraisal', Clio:Journal of the Department of History [Jahangirnagar University], XXII (1): 95-114.

§  _____ (2000), 'The Role of United Nations in Decolonization of Africa: A Review', Clio:Journal of the Department of History [Jahangirnagar University], XVII (1): 33-47 (in Bengali).

§  _____ (2002), 'Post World War II USA Foreign Policy towards Africa: Apathy and Negligence?',Clio:Journal of the Department of History [Jahangirnagar University],  XIX (1): 115-130 (in Bengali).

§  _____ (2002), 'Democracy in Contemporary Africa,'TheJahangirnagar Review,Part-c, IX (1): 1-12 (in Bengali).

§  _____ (2003), 'Tajuddin Ahmed and the Liberation War of Bangladesh', Clio:Journal of the Department of History [Jahangirnagar University], XX (1): 95-110 (in Bengali).

§  ______ (2001), 'War and Peace in Post Cold War Africa', Clio:Journal of the Department of History [Jahangirnagar University], XVIII (1): 37-53 (in Bengali).

§  ______ (2001), 'The European Occupation of Africa: A Review', Didaskalus, 1(1): 1-12 (in Bengali).


Academic Info

Institute: University of New South Wales, Australia
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I received PhD in Politics & International Relations from the School of Social Sciences, University of New South Wales, Australia and received MA in International Relations from the University of Tsukuba, Japan. 

Activity

Organization: Jahangirnagar University
Position: Professor
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Mohammad Mozahidul Islam, PhD

Professor
Department of History
Jahangirnagar University, Savar, Dhaka-1342, Bangladesh.
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Email: mozahid@juniv.edu