Mohammad Morad

moradsust@yahoo.com

mohammad.morad@studenti.unipd.it

Skype: mohammad.morad11

Research interest

International Migrations, Diaspora and Transnational Studies, Qualitative Methodology, and Contemporary Bangladesh Society.

Selected Publications

  1. Morad, M., and Gombac, J. (2015). Transmigrants, Transnational Linkages and Ways of Belonging: The Case of Bangladeshi Migrants in Italy. Dve domovini / Two Homelands (41), 61-76, Slovenian Migration Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
  2. Haque, S., and Morad, M. (2015). Public Attitudes towards Legal Immigrants: A comparative Analysis of France and Germany. Journal of Politics and Administration, 2 (1), Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Sylhet, Bangladesh.
  3. Morad, M., Haque, S., & Alam, J. (2014). Contextualizing Formation of Diaspora of Bangladeshi Immigrants in the UK. Research in Social Change, 6(2), 103-128, School of Advanced Social Studies, Nova Gorica, Slovenia.
  4. Morad, M. (2014). Political Participation of Immigrants through Voting and Representation: The Case of Norway. Raziskave in Razprave / Research and Discussion, 7(3), 3-29, School of Advanced Social Studies, Nova Gorica, Slovenia.
  5. Morad, M. & Haque, S. (2014). Immigrants’ Citizenship and Social Rights in Liberal Democratic Countries: A Special Focus on Norway. Society and Change, viii (2), 29-45, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  6. Morad, M. (2014). Media Concern and Trend in Fertility in Bangladesh. Innovative Issues and Approaches in Social Sciences, 7(2), 99-112, Slovenia.
  7. Uddin, N., Hamiduzzaman, M., and Morad, M. (2014). Hazardous Child Labor & Psycho-Physical and Economic Consequences: A study in Sylhet City, Bangladesh. Innovative Issues and Approaches in Social Sciences, 7(1), 18-31, Slovenia.
  8. Morad, M., Uddin, N., Uddin, J., and Kamal, M. (2007). Women in Workplace and Fertility: A study in Sylhet City, Bangladesh. Sylhet International University Studies, 1(3), 40-48, Bangladesh.
  9. Kashem, A., and Morad, M. (2008). The Contribution of Manipuri Women in Family Expenditure: An observation (in Bengali). Annual Review of Ethnic Affairs, (4), 77-89.

 Article in progress

  1. Bangladeshi Migrant Association in Italy: Formation and Activities
  2. Bangladeshi Newcomers in Italian Small Cities: History, Trends, Origin and Profiles

Educational and Professional Experiences

  1. Education
  • The Joint European Master in Migration and Intercultural Relations (August 2013), University of Oldenburg (Germany), University of Stavanger (Norway) and University of Nova Gorica (Slovenia). Thesis: Formation of Diaspora through Diasporic and Transnational Linkages: The Case of Bangladeshi Migrants in Padova, Italy.
  • Master of Social Sciences in Sociology (1999), Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Sylhet, Bangladesh.
  • Bachelor of Social Sciences in Sociology (1998). Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Sylhet, Bangladesh.

Educational

  1. Teaching

8 Feb 2006–present: Faculty member (currently on study leave), Department of Sociology, Shahjalal University of Science & Technology, Sylhet-3114, Bangladesh.

Course Taught

Introduction to Sociology, Social History of Bangladesh, Social Thought, Sociology of Contemporary Bangladesh, Urban Sociology, and Qualitative Analysis of Social Data .

Grduate Supervision

  • Dutta, S (2009). Status Discrepancy and Health Facility of Elderly People: A study in Sylhet City, Bangladesh (Undergraduate Thesis).
  • Shahin, A. N. (2009). Exploring the forms of cultural change of the Pathra community: A Sociological Investigation (Master Thesis).
  • Sultana, N. (2010). The Family Barriers Behind the Dropout of Primary Education of Slum Children: A Sociological Analysis in Sylhet city, Bangladesh (Master Thesis).
  • Das, S. (2014). Pattern and Trends of Crime in Dhaka City: A Historical Study (Master Thesis).
  • Kar, P. (2016). Feminization of Migration and Violence Against Migrant Women: The Case of Bangladeshi Female Domestic Workers in the Middle East (Master Thesis).
  1. Worked with NGOs and Research Organization
  • 1 Jul 2012-23 Oct 2012: Research Intern, Slovenian Migration Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
  • 1 Sep 2005–7 Feb 2006: Program Officer, Strengthening Household Ability to Development Opportunities Program, Care Bangladesh.
  • 1 Feb 2005–31 Aug 2005: Program Officer, Project of Increasing Participation of Women in the Decision Making Process, Chittagong Social Development Forum, Bangladesh.
  • 15 Mar 2004–31 Jan 2005: Project Officer, Promoting Rights and Social Justice for Improving Livelihood Security Program, Care Bangladesh and DFID.
  • 1 Sep 2002–14 Mar 2004: Project Officer, Improvement of Living Standard of the Hard-Core Poor Project, CARITAS Bangladesh.