Mohammad Salehin, CPS
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Salehin, Mohammad

Associate Professor & Academic Coordinator
Centre for Peace Studies (CPS)

Job description:

MPCT Academic Coordinator: MPCT - Master Programme in Peace and Conflict Transformation




Research interests

Salehin Mohammad is an Associate Professor and Academic Coordinator of the Master of Peace and Conflict Transformation Programme (MPCT) at the Centre for Peace Studies (CPS), University of Tromsø- The Arctic University of Norway. Salehin holds a PhD in Sociology from the University of Sydney (Australia), an MPhil in Peace and Conflict Transformation from University of Tromsø (Norway). He has taught at the University of Sydney, University of Bergen, and Bangladesh Agricultural University. He has published on gender, (faith-based) development, Islam, democracy, NGOs, terrorism, human security, and governance. His research interest also includes migration and refugee issues, citizenship and minority issues.

Latest book:

“Islamic NGOs in Bangladesh: Development, Piety and Neoliberal governmentality” https://www.routledge.com/Islamic-NGOs-in-Bangladesh-Development-Piety-and-Neoliberal-governmentality/Salehin/p/book/9781138844452    

Teaching

SVF-3025 Methods in social research: An interdisciplinary approach

SVF-3028 Development, Migration and Security

Publications in CRIStin


  • Salehin, Mohammad. Piety, Gender Relations and Muslim Women’s Empowerment: Case of Islamic NGOs in Bangladesh. Ashgate 2014 ISBN 9781409470809.s 173 - 196.

  • Salehin, Mohammad. Democracy and Islam: A Tale of Democratic Struggle in a Muslim Majority State. Sociology of Islam 2013; Volum 1 (1&2). ISSN 2213-140X.s 88 - 114.s doi: 10.1163/22131418-00101005.

  • Salehin, Mohammad. Islamic NGOs in Bangladesh: Development, Piety and Neoliberal governmentality. Routledge 2016 ISBN 9781138844452.

  • Salehin, Mohammad. Religion, Gender Relations and Islamic NGOs in Rural Bangladesh. 2011 ISBN 978-0-646-56779-2.