Monir Hossain

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Research Interests: Physical and Mental Health, Stressors and Stress Process, Life Course, Environmental Health, Quantitative Method

Education:

  • BSS in Sociology, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
  • MSS in Sociology, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
  • MA in Sociology, Texas Tech University, Thesis: Child health, poverty, and climate issues in Bangladesh

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Select Teaching Experience:

  • Instructor at the department of Sociology & Social Work, The People’s University of Bangladesh, 2010 - present (currently at study leave).
  • Teaching Assistant, Texas Tech University:
    • Introduction to Sociology
    • Homicide
    • Aging and Society
    • Inequality in America

Select Presentations:

  • “Children’s health status and climate changes: an investigation on the coastal belt of Bangladesh.” American Sociological Association (ASA) Conference, New York (with Cristina Bradatan & Hosne Tilat Mahal). 2019.
  • “Climate change and child health disparities in the coastal belt of Bangladesh.” Rural Sociological Society (RSS) Conference, Richmond (with Cristina Bradatan). 2019.
  • “Climate Change-Induced Women’s Health Disparities: A Case of the Coastal Belt of Bangladesh.” Annual Conference on the Advancement of Women, Women and Gender Studies, Texas Tech University, Lubbock. 2019.
  • “Being to Becoming: An identity crisis of the peasant community of Bangladesh.” Agrarian Anthropology: Insights and Pathways, Department of Anthropology, University of Hyderabad, India. 2017.