Mohammad Ainul Haque

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Mohammad Ainul Haque

Associate Professor

Comilla University
Cumilla-3506, Bangladesh


Mohammad Ainul Haque, on the surface, is an Associate Professor in the Department of Anthropology at Comilla University, Bangladesh with thirteen years of experience in teaching which enriched him to develop a cadre of young professionals with anthropological knowledge. After completing BSS (2005) and MSS (2006) from the Department of Anthropology, Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, he joined the Population Council, Bangladesh office in 2006, one of the leading public health research organizations of the world. While
working there, he was able to blend his acquired theoretical knowledge of Anthropology with the diversified cultural context of population and health research in practice at the national as well as community levels of Bangladesh. Moreover, his work experiences at ICDDR,B help him to flourish as a researcher in the public health sector of Bangladesh.

•Master of Arts Memorial University of Newfoundland Folklore 2020
Master of Social Science Shahjalal University of Science and Technology Anthropology 2005
Bachelor of Social Science Shahjalal University of Science and Technology Anthropology 2004

Comilla University, Bangladesh
Associate Professor
November 2020 - Present

Comilla University, Bangladesh
Assistant Professor
May 2013 - November 2013

Comilla University, Bangladesh
February 2010 - May 2010

  • Haque, Mohammad Ainul. 2022. “Reconceptualizing Idol Making in the Context of Bangladesh”. Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal 9(1):68-75. https://doi.org/10.14738/assrj.91.11519.
  • Miah, M.S., Mamun, M.R., Hasan, S.M., Sarker, M.G.F., Miah, M.S., Khan, M.G.U., Kabir, A., Haque, M.A. and Chowdhury, N.R.A., 2022. COVID19 transmission flow through the stigmatization process in Bangladesh: A qualitative study. Lifestyle Medicine, 3(1), p.e52. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/lim2.52https://doi.org/10.1002/lim2.52
  • Chowdhury, R.A., Ainul, H., Nasrin, S. 2020. Exploring cultural beliefs and practices associated with maternal health-care: a qualitative study of Salmanpur village in Cumilla city, Comilla University journal of social sciences, Faculty of social science, Volume 3, Number 1, ISSN 2663-2659
  • Akter, Salma, Mohammad Ainul Haque. “Knowledge, Attitudes and Behavioral Practices about Cervical Cancer: A Socio-Cultural Understandings of Reproductive aged Women Living in Slum areas of Bangladesh.” 2018. Peoples Preface, Experiencing Anthropology: Agendas & Prospects. Issue 01 (Special issue), Vol 01, ISSN 2520-7679, 125-137.
  • Sharior, F., Haque, Mohammad Ainul Haque., et al, 2018. Cyborg- Identity, experience and the body-Ontological Standpoint of Performativity. Peoples’ preface A journal of research initiatives, Special issue 01, Vol 01, ISSN 2520-7679.
  • Mohammd Ainul Haque. 2013. “Population Dynamics of Bangladesh: where number mater”, RABINDRA JOURNAL, VOL.09, NO.01, MARCH 2013, ISSN 2477-1714
  • Chowdhury, R. A., Haque, M. A., Lipa, I. J. & Sharior, F., 2017. “Response to Cyclone Early Warning in a Coastal Island of the Southern Bangladesh”, CULTURE, ADAPTATION AND RESILIENCE-Essays on Climate Change Regime in South Asia,Chapter ten. Bangladesh Climate change trust (BCCT) and department of anthropology, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
  • Chowdhury, R. A., Mohammad Ainul, H., 2013 “Role of Anthropologist in Behavior Change communication development” Ideas and Practices in development, Department of Anthropology, Rajshahi University, Bangladesh, ISBN 978-984-33-7516. www.ru.ac.bd/anthropology

  • Anwar, Md. Mahabub Ul, Ubaidur Rob, Ismat Ara Hena, Mohammad Masudul Alam, Mohammad Ainul Haque, and Mohammad Ataur Rahman. 2008. “Increasing the rational use of modern contraceptive methods during the reproductive life cycle.” DBRHCP Research Update 2. Dhaka, Bangladesh: Population Council.
  • Mutahara, Marium ul., Ubaidur Rob, Ismat Ara Hena, Md. Mostafizur Rahman, Mohammad Ainul Haque, and Md. Ataur Rahman. 2008. “Creating a space for men and youth at health and family welfare centers.” DBRHCP Research Update 4. Dhaka, Bangladesh: Population Council.
  • Anwar, Md. Mahabub Ul, Ubaidur Rob, Mohammad Ataur Rahman, Mohammad Ainul Haque, and Ismat Ara Hena. 2008. “Rational use of modern contraceptive methods in rural Bangladesh: Implementation of interventions.” DBRHCP Research Update 6. Dhaka, Bangladesh: Population Council.
  • Mutahara, Marium ul., Ubaidur Rob, Mohammad Ainul Haque, and Md. Ataur Rahman. 2008. “Integration of reproductive health services for men and youth at HFWCs: Intervention status.” DBRHCP Research Update 7. Dhaka, Bangladesh: Population Council.

  • Medical Anthropology, Cultural Heritage, Ecology and Environment, and Development Issues