Bilde av Mashiur, Zoheb
Bilde av Mashiur, Zoheb
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Zoheb Mashiur


Job description

I am a researcher in human-water relations at the Nfh - Norwegian Fisheries College. I am a member of the CRAFT research group, and am engaged in the projects FUTURES4FISH and FLOW.

My research interests lie in cultural critique, particularly in new media, on representations of power in the context of futures and environmental discourse.

  • Holger Pötzsch, Zoheb Mashiur, Melania Borit, Cornel Borit :
    Between ‘Stochastic Parrots’ and ‘Skynet’: Imaginaries of Data in Films on AI and Autonomous Technologies
  • Zoheb Mashiur, Melania Borit, Riyan J. G. van den Born, Bernadette F. van Heel, Krisztina Jonas, Max Priebe et al.:
    FLOW D1.1 Open Access Transdisciplinary Dataset FLOW Encyclopædia
    2023 FULLTEKST

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    Publications outside Cristin

    Mashiur, Zoheb. '“A Very Entertaining Book”: The Ventriloquism of Rudyard Kipling's The Eyes of Asia'. Litteraria Pragensia: Studies in Literature and Culture, no. 61 (2021): 80–99.

    Research interests

    Colonialism and postcolonialism

    Race, gender and class


    South Asian colonial and national history

    Politics and populism

    Games (digital, tabletop, roleplaying)

    Member of project


    PhD candidate in EJD-MOVES: Migration and Modernity -- Historical and Cultural Challenges
    Charles University (Department of Anglophone Literature and Cultures) & University of Kent (School of English, Brussels School of International Studies)

    MA in International Migration with International Conflict and Security
    University of Kent (Brussels School of International Studies)

    BSS in Economics
    BRAC University (Department of Economics and Social Sciences)