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Amena Mohsin

Amena Mohsin is a former professor at the Department of International Relations, University of Dhaka, and currently an adjunct faculty at the Department of History and Philosophy, North South University.  She graduated from the same department and later received her MA and PhD from the University of Hawaii, and Cambridge University. Mohsin has received several national and international fellowships, including the East-West Center Graduate Fellowship, CIDA International Fellowship, Commonwealth Staff Fellowship, SSRC Fellowship, and Freedom Foundation Fellowship. She writes on rights, gender and minority, state, democracy, civil-military relations, borders, and human security issues. She is the author of “The Politics of Nationalism: The Case of Chittagong Hill Tracts, Bangladesh” (UPL, 1997), “The Chittagong Hill Tracts, Bangladesh: On The Difficult Road To Peace” (Lynn Rienner Publishers, 2002), “Ethnic Minorities of Bangladesh: Some Reflections the Saontals and Rakhaines” (Programme for Research on Poverty Alleviation, 2002), “Women and Militancy: South Asian Complexities,”edited (with Imtiaz Ahmed), (Dhaka, University Press Limited. 2011), “Conflict and Partition,” CHT, Bangladesh, with Delwar Hossain (SAGE, 2015), “Of the Nation Born,” edited with Hameeda Hossain, Zubaan, Delhi, 2016, Women and Work in South Asia: Rights and Innovations, edited with ASM Ali Ashraf, Niloy Ranjan Biswas and Mohammad Atique Rahman (Dhaka, UPL, 2020). 

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