|Professor of Dhaka University
|Academic and International Relations Analyst
Full Name: Dr. Imtiaz Ahmed
Area of Interest: Political Theory; Theories of International Relations; South Asian Politics; Religion and Culture; Tolerance and Terrorism; Foreign Policy Analysis; Strategic Studies; Politics of Development; Refugee and Migration; Women and Environment.
Affiliation: University of Dhaka
Current Position: Professor, Department of International Relations
Date of Birth: April 07, 1958
Place of Birth: Bangladesh
Home District: Barisal
Dr. Imtiaz Ahmed (born 07 April 1958) is a Bangladeshi Academic and International Relations Analyst. He is Professor of International Relations and Director, Centre for Genocide Studies at the University of Dhaka. Ahmed was educated at the University of Dhaka, The Australian National University, Canberra, and Carlton University, Ottawa. He is also currently Visiting Professor at the Sagesse University, Beirut.
Ahmed is the recipient of various awards and honours. He has authored, co-authored, or edited 26 books and 8 monographs. More than 120 research papers and scholarly articles have been published in leading journals and chapters in edited volumes. His recent publications are the following edited books: Genocide and Mass Violence: Politics of Singularity (Dhaka: Centre for Genocide Studies, University of Dhaka, 2019); The Rohingya Refugee Crisis: Towards Sustainable Solutions (Dhaka: Centre for Genocide Studies, University of Dhaka; BRAC University: Centre for Peace and Justice; ActionAid, 2019); and Women, Veiling and Politics (Dhaka: University Press Limited, 2020).
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