Department of Development Studies
Md. Faruk Shah is Associate Professor of Development Studies at the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. Prior to joining this university, he served as a faculty member of Anthropology at Rajshahi University. Shah holds a PhD in anthropology from the University of Auckland, New Zealand. His research interest includes medical anthropology, health, sustainable development, social history, and ethnicity.Show less
|Degree Name||Group/Major Subject||Board/Institute||Country||Passing Year|
|Ph.D.||Anthropology||University of Auckland||New Zealand||2015|
|Masters||Anthropology||University of Dhaka||Bangladesh||2005|
|Bachelor||Anthropology||University of Dhaka||Bangladesh||2004|
|Title||Organization||Location||From Date||To Date|
|Associate Professor||Dept of Development Studies, University of Dhaka||Dhaka, Bangladesh||10, Sep 2017||Currently Working|
|Associate Professor||Dept of Anthropology, University of Rajshahi||Rajshahi, Bangladesh||29, Nov 2016||09-09-2017|
|Assistant Professor||Dept of Anthropology, University of Rajshahi||Rajshahi, Bangladesh||12, Apr 2012||28-11-2016|
|Lecturer||Dept of Anthropology, University of Rajshahi||Rajshahi,Bangladesh||02, Jan 2010||11-04-2012|
|Lecturer||Dept of sociology, Dhaka International Universty||Dhaka||01, Aug 2008||31-12-2009|
|Subject||Description||Research Interest (Goal, Target Indicator)|
|Medical Anthropology||Biomedicine, traditional medicine, health, healthcare, health policy , corruption in health sector|
|Sustainable Development||GOs and NGOs interventions, small entrepreneurship, sustainability|
|Reasearch Methodology||Ethnographic research, qualitative reaserch|
|Ethnic and Miniority Studies||Ethnic minority communities, integration process, identity crisis and recognition, third gender|
|Social History||Social history of minority groups, history and culture of Bangladesh, culture of civilizations|
|Level of Study||Title||Supervisor||Co-Supervisor(s)||Name of Student(s)||Area of Research||Current Completion|
|No project/research supervision is found|
|Subject||Project Name||Source of Fund||From Date||To Date||Collaboration|
|No project/research work is found|
|No invited talk is found|
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Shah, M. F. Biomedicine, Healing and Modernity in Rural Bangladesh. Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020 .
Rahman, M.M. & Shah, M.F : Constructing the challenges and meaning of post graduate study abroad by Bangladeshi students: A qualitative narrative analysis of personal experiences, MAN AND CULTURE , vol.04 , no.02 , pp.29-54 , 2019 .
Shah, M. F. : Global Biomedicine: Issues of biomedical Power, Indigenization and Capitalism., Social Science Journal , vol.20 , pp.215-230 , 2016 .
Shah, M.F. : Changing Medical Practices and Behavior of the Santal Community in Bangladesh: Co-existence or Biomedical Hegemony?, Rajshahi University Journal of Social Science and Business Studies, , vol.20-22 , pp.29-42 , 2015 .
|International||Faculty of Arts Doctoral Research Fund, University of Auckland||2012||New Zealand||Scholarship awarded for covering field research expenses during PhD program|
|International||University of Auckland Doctoral Scholarship||2011||New Zealand||Scholarship awarded for pursuing a PhD at the University of Auckland|