Dr. Mujibul Anam
Dr. Mujibul Anam is an Associate Professor in the Department of Anthropology at Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh, where he completed both his Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in Social Anthropology. He has also completed his MA in Health and Society in South Asia at the Heidelberg University, Germany. Dr. Mujibul started his career with a Department for International Development funded research program on the Decentralization of Fish Seed Technology. The fieldwork was interdisciplinary and carried out by researchers at Stirling University, Sussex University, UK and the Bangladesh Agricultural University. At the end of the research, he returned to Jahangirnagar as a lecturer on 18 January 2006. Mujibul's area of interest is public health anthropology, social justice, and environment. He has completed his PhD at the Queensland University of Technology, Australia. The title of his PhD research is “Majmawalas and Sexual Health Promotion in Bangladesh: An Ethnography of Street Healers in Dhaka City”. He is a co-author of “Sex, Pornography, and Medicines in the Markets of Dhaka”, in Lenore Manderson (Ed) Technologies of Sexuality, Identity and Sexual Health, London and New York: Routledge.
Public Health Anthropology, Social Justice, and Environment