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Chand Mia

Research Monitor - Monitoring and Evaluation at Johns Hopkins University Center for Communication | Sylhet , Bangladesh

Subjects:
Anthropology
Spoken languages:
Bangla, English
Status:
Looking for a mentor and open to collaboration.
Support Level:
Editing Support, Long-term mentoring and support
Support Needed:
Proofreading, Article planning, Dealing with the publishing process, Medium/heavy editing, Responding to peer review, Language editing or proofreading support, Theses and dissertation writing

Work

Subjects:
Anthropology
Research Keywords:
Environment, Health, Global Politics, Public Policy, Political Economy, Cultural Anthropology
Collaboration interests:
I am currently working as a research monitor at Johns Hopkins University Center for Communication, Bangladesh. The area of my research interests includes environment, health, and global politics. I am here to collaborate with other researchers.
Biography:
Mr. Chand Mia has completed his bachelor and master degrees from the Department of Anthropology at Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Sylhet, Bangladesh. He has completed his bachelor's research monograph on "Burkey Labor: Understanding the Livelihood Strategies and Politics of Existence in Stone Quarry, Bholaganj, Sylhet, Bangladesh" and is currently writting his master's thesis on "Faded Landscape and Disrupted Ecology: An Exploration into the Environmental Government in the Sylhet City, Bangladesh". Currently, he collaborates with the research team of Johns Hopkins University Center for Communication, Bangladesh. His major area of research interests includes environment, health and global politics.
Curriculum Vitae:
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