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# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Creative Commons Why are men muscular? Reproductive, hormonal, and ecological hypotheses to explain variation in human male muscularity within populations of Bangladeshi and British men An Evolutionary Medicine and Public Health seminar presented by Kesson Magid (Department of Anthropology, University of Durham) on 7 November 2018 Kesson Magid 31 Jan 2019
2 Creative Commons Peopling Policy Processes? Methodological Populism in the Bangladesh Health and Education Sectors David Lewis speaks at the South Asia Seminar on 15 May 2018 David Lewis 25 Jun 2018
3 Cyclone–migration–adaptation nexus in the social context of Bangladesh Bishawjit Mallick investigates how coastal communities in Bangladesh perceive, react and adapt to a cyclone disaster, and what role migration and non-migration play in recovering devastated livelihoods Bishawjit Mallick 22 Nov 2016
4 Creative Commons Bangladeshi women's experiences of infant feeding in Tower Hamlets This Fertility and Reproduction Seminar by the London Borough of Tower Hamlets Public Health Team looks at why so many Bangladeshi women in the borough are mix feeding with breast and bottle (3 Nov 2014) Christine McCourt, Juliet Rayment 13 Apr 2015
5 Creative Commons FMR 45 Migrants on offshore islands of Bangladesh Riverbank erosion and the consequent formation of new islands in the Bay of Bengal cause frequent changes in the shape and size of the delta, forcing the inhabitants to migrate frequently. Rezwan Siddiqui 28 Mar 2014
6 Sharia-guided family laws in Bangladesh: The Impact of the Constitution Tahrat Naushaba Shahid, DPhil Student, Department of Politics, University of Oxford gives a talk for the Law, Religion and Social Order: Unpacking the Promise of Sharia workshop held on 17th May 2013. Tahrat Naushaba Shahid 28 Aug 2013
7 Creative Commons FMR 41 Undermining development: forced eviction in Bangladesh The case of a proposed coalmine in Bangladesh clearly illustrates the potential for human rights violations in such projects, the need for stronger safeguard policies that uphold people's rights and prevent displacement, and the power of local protest. Kate Hoshour 08 May 2013
8 Creative Commons FMR 39 The reintegration programme for Bangladeshi returnees When evacuated Bangladeshi migrants arrived home, the government, civil society, international organisations and the private sector cooperated to help them. Anita J Wadud 08 May 2013
9 Dept Seminar: The Oil Company, 'Partnership' and the Moralities of Giving and Receiving In this Anthropology Dept Seminar, Katy Gardner of the University of Sussex examines the impact of oil companies on 'corporate community engagement' in Bangladesh. 21 October 2011. Katy Gardner 29 Nov 2011